To truly be a Sikh, we need not acknowledge His verses by mere recital, but by holding His presence in our heart and practicing His teachings in our daily lives.
We went to see the movie Chaar Sahibzaade 2 by Harry Baweja this Friday. When I walked out of the cinema, I had no words to explain how beautiful the movie was and what impact it made.
Your thoughts create your reality. What you choose to pay attention to stimulates your thoughts. So what are you listening to? What soundtrack is going on in your mind?
A common fallacy propagated amongst Sikhs is that the Indian Constitution includes Sikhs in the definition of Hindus. The write-up aims to dispassionately analyse this view. The contention swirls around Article 25 of the Indian constitution.
Movement on women’s rights has been slow even in progressive societies. In the United States women got the right to vote only in 1920, a good 150 years after the birth of this nation.
While the origins of this dilemma are multi-faceted, surely you would agree with me that much of this confusion would go away if we only took a moment to stand in each other’s shoes.
Guru Nanak, initiated a monumental project of nation building that took ten generations – a little over 240 years – to complete, before 1699 marked the initiation (birth) of the Khalsa.
What I am going to describe is not unusual and is not so dissimilar from the Republican Party’s mess today. A friend of mine is involved in a Midwestern gurduara that is going through the usual yearly conniptions on managerial structure.
What face do we show the world? How do we define ourselves? These are questions that are vital and fundamental to our sense of self.
The biggest emotional journey of my life. I don't think they show even would be able to fathom how much they have given me personally or given us as a Sikh community.