Food for the body and the soul
The army of volunteers is testament to another key tenet of the Sikh faith. "Without selfless service our bodies will become like hell," says Dalbir Singh, the temple's information officer. "There can be no worship without good actions."
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Rough sleepers are sheltering in bins, says Sikh Welfare Awareness Team
Migrants in west London have had to resort to sleeping rough under motorway flyovers and bins in freezing temperatures, according to a charity supporting the Sikh community.
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Sikhs for Haiti ~ 2010 in Retrospect : Seva to continue in 2011
A year later, today, many Haitians still go without access to basic services such as access to hospital care despite the influx of over $1 billion in aid. According to several estimates, more than a million Haitians are still homeless.
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The 8th Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das ~ Colombia
As the uproar of drug cartels dominates the news throughout Mexico and Central America; Colombia stands as a strong force fighting to resolve many of the current conflicts throughout the region. Colombia's Police force serves as an example for forces throughout the world; it has become an institute to serve both its countrymen as well as its neighboring countries.
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Easy availability of Saroops on cards for Sikhs in US
Talking to The Tribune, Joginder said: “The land offered to us at Charlotte in North Carolina for printing of Guru Granth Sahib is quite suitable in terms of road connectivity with Canada and rest of the US. It will enable us to facilitate ‘birs’ and other Gurmat literature in two countries having the most Sikh population outside India.”
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Mumbai Sikhs Experience Interactive Sikhi Learning
“Today’s lecture brought forward Sikhism in a new perspective,” wrote Anupreet Kaur Dhody, one of the participants. Harjeet Singh, the program coordinator of the event gave equally positive feedback. “Very, very enlightening! What a brilliant, beautiful process and an excellent way to teach the Guru’s wisdom.
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Christmas celebrated, Christians not understood
Christmas belongs to everyone now. The Capital City Minstrels, a popular choral group in Delhi, is proof of the widening of a festival once limited to those who believed Jesus was the son of God. Advertising professional Prabhsharan Singh Kang, a practising Sikh, has been part of the choir for 11 years...
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Kartar Singh ~ Musical Messenger, dedicates life to revival of Gurmat Sangeet
"I want to reintroduce traditional instruments in today's world, which has forgotten the beauty of classical hymns. I teach my students to be the messengers of traditional music"
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Brazil and the 8th Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das
They are a well established organization that serves and serves. From teaching yoga to the city's business leaders to serving langar at many orphanages they are effective and well known. Their numerous seva projects have been so successful that they constantly are having people from all walks of life wanting to work with them.
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Catch: He brings hot meals to India's homeless
If you had not heard of Narayanan Krishnan, as I had not, it is a collective failure. This is one of the most incredible stories of personal commitment.
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