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Oneness

Fri, 05/31/2024 - 4:15pm
The Conscious Energy

Sikhs Face Legal Litigation

Fri, 05/31/2024 - 4:06pm
in Case-by-Case US Military Accommodations

AI and Sikhism: 

Fri, 05/31/2024 - 1:53pm
Ethical Stewardship and Moral Challenges in the Digital Age

SYANA Sikh Youth Symposium 2024

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 7:29pm
held at Cincinnati, Ohio

Everest Base Camp 

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 7:17pm
Tegbir Singh, Age 5, is the youngest Sikh mountaineer to reach the camp

The Legacy of Guru Hargobind Sahib

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 4:56pm
Divine Grace and Martial Valor

Guru Nanak's Educational Philosophy

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 4:38pm
Exploring the Multifaceted Dimensions of Guru Nanak's Educational Philosophy

Resolving Family Disputes

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 3:56pm
Within The Sikh Community

A Study of Associated Gurdwaras

Mon, 05/27/2024 - 3:48pm
Exploring the Spiritual and Historical Significance of Guru Amar Das Ji's Journey

Gobind Singh:The Hero of the 1917 Battle

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 5:16am
One soldier, Gobind Singh, earned the Victoria Cross for delivering urgent messages despite having three horses shot under him while he did so and completing his journeys on foot.

Why do Sikhs keep long, un-cut hair

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 5:04am
Long hair helps Sikhs feel a connection to their Gurus. It's a physical similarity they share, reminding them to embody the qualities their Gurus represented.

The Turban Fortress in Sikh Martial History

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 4:41am
In the British Museum, there is a Sikh fortress turban, a rare object of which only five exist in Britain. This particular one is wrapped around a wooden cone and was made for a ceremonial purpose rather than everyday wear.

The Sakhi: Guru Ram Rai and Aurangzeb

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 4:06am
Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji, Guru Har Rai Ji embodied the dual role of a saint and a soldier. He maintained a robust army consisting of 2,200 horsemen, prepared to defend when necessary. Despite his military preparedness, the Guru was known for his deep love for peace and his compassionate nature towards all.

The Revival of Stringed Instruments in Sikh Keertan

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 4:03am
This deficiency is why string instruments are preferred for conveying emotions in music compared to the Harmonium. It's widely acknowledged that the Harmonium is not ideal for Indian music. Traditionally, Sikh Keertan, a form of devotional singing, exclusively utilized string instruments.

The Need for Preserving Sikh Heritage in Pakistan

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:57am
In 2014, a researcher from the UK shared that 90% of Sikh heritage sites are found in Pakistan, mainly in Punjab. This shows how strong the connection is between the Sikh community and Pakistan.

The Miracle_ Reviving the Sikh Panth

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:50am
This was Guru Ram Das himself blessing the Sikhs. It let them know that Guru was always there for them. At a time when there were hardly any Sikhs following the true path and Hindu practices were taking over, Guru Ram Das did this miracle to wake them up.

Embracing Identity_ The Kaur Dilemma

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:40am
When a Kaur discovers or shapes herself, she finds connection within a community. This process helps her develop as a unique individual with her own physical appearance, personality, and beliefs.

The Enigmatic Charm of Punjab's Women: A Journey Through History

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:35am
. Another notable figure was Maharani Jind Kaur, also known as Rani Jindan, the youngest wife of the Maharaja. She was renowned for her beauty and strong personality, as depicted in surviving portraits.

Harmony in Diversity - Guru Nanak's Legacy of Oneness

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:22am
During a special ceremony, Guru Nanak, spoke words that shaped his teachings. He emphasized that everyone's worth is determined by their actions, not by birth. Truth, fairness, kindness, satisfaction, and doing good deeds are the foundation of a meaningful life, he believed.

Harmony and Universality_ The Essence of Guru Granth Sahib

Thu, 05/23/2024 - 3:04am
The Guru Granth Sahib is not revered as a deity or image but as the embodiment of Gurbani, the divine Word, revealed directly from the Supreme to the Guru. Gurbani is not a product of human speculation but a sacred revelation bestowed upon chosen individuals at the pinnacle of consciousness, transcending ordinary human experience.