Maharani Jind Kaur & Queen Victoria – A Tale Of Two Queens

By: Dr. Jaspreet Kaur (Bal) July marks the launch of the long awaited The Black Prince, the on-screen telling of the life of Maharaja Duleep Singh, the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, and his struggle with Queen Victoria’s rule. Interestingly, a second movie is being released later in the fall,

American Sikh Youth Reverberate The Need For Equality At Darbar Sahib

By: Rajwant Singh Sikh youth and camp organizers in Washington raised the question of why Sikh women are not performing kirtan at Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple), the sacrosanct of the Sikh faith. Camp Gurmat, a Sikh youth camp, organized by the Washington-based Guru Gobind Singh Foundation (GGSF), explored the theme of

National Sikh Day Celebrations In America A Reality In The Near Future

WEST HARDTFORD, Connecticut, USA—Sikh Coordination Committee East Coast Congratulate Sikhs of Connecticut for Making “National Sikh Day” into a Wave. Himmat Singh Coordinator of Sikh Coordination Committee East Coast praised Sikhs of Connecticut for showing the support for concept of National Sikh Day. Swaranjit Singh Khalsa, a member of the

Sikh Politicians or Politicians Who Happen To Be Sikh

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By: Harwinder Singh (Mander) The upcoming general election in the United Kingdom has provided the very real chance that a number of Sikhs could be elected to Parliament. Whilst they will not be the first to take up that office, most successful candidates will be from a new generation of

Hate & Discrimination Are Not Acceptable In A Civilized Society

In February, I was honored to rise in Canada’s House of Commons to speak on the issue of systemic racism and religious discrimination. This conversation is long overdue and vital to ensuring that we continue to build a nation that chooses diversity over division. Sikhs are often confused for Muslims

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