Being a Sovereign Sikh in the Face of Cultural Appropriation and Colonialism

By: Lakhpreet Kaur Austin, TX recently hosted the Austin City Limits Festival, an annual music festival where over 450,000 people flock to our version of Central Park. Blogs and magazines showcased “hip festival wear” and attendees followed suit and put on mehndi, facepaint, Native American Muscogee headdresses, and golden arrow temporary

Do We Need Religion Today?

By: Gurbaksh Singh There are many religious societies, organizations and institutions which teach the basics of the Sikh faith. However, the indifferent attitude of the youth towards religion continues to be a major concern of the elders. To motivate Sikh youth to value their heritage, Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle,

Ten Truths of Guru Tegh Bahadur

By: Harinder Singh Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib’s life and legacy is unparalleled in the annals of world history. He proclaimed: “Be very clear in your mind, the insightful person is the one who doesn’t fear anyone nor frightens anyone.” Born as Tiag-Mall (Renunciator-Master), eventual Nanak IX became Tegh-Bahadur (Sword-Warrior) for

Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji – A Trailblazer Of Miri Piri

By: Ramneet Kaur Guru Hargobind Sahib ji, the 6th Nanak changed the philosophy of the Sikh faith. He is the pioneer of the concept of Miri Piri and Sant Sipahi. Under his leadership Sikhi evolved and took different direction. He inspired the Sikhs to be victorious in both the inner and the outer

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