As Vaisakhi rounds the corner this April 14th (in accordance to the Nanakshahi Sikh Calendar), Harwinder Singh’s article makes us pause and think about what are we celebrating and what we should be reflecting on. . . By: Harwinder Singh (Mander) Vaisakhi was a pivotal moment in the revolution founded
By: Lakhpreet Kaur South Asian cultures have had a diverse and, at times, contradictory attitudes towards women. Through the ups and downs of women’s empowerment in society, the Gurus offer a steadfast and timeless way of honoring women through Sikhi. To commemorate Global Sikh Women’s Day (March 6) and International Women’s Day (March
By: Dr. Gurbaksh Singh A big youth gathering was held at gurudwara Sukh Chain-ana near Phagwara during the late seventies. At that time, there was a joint government of Hindus and Sikhs in Panjab as it is today (1997). I was working as a professor at the Panjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
By: Clement Nocos Photographs by: Arkan Zakharov Meet the man who just might be the new face of Canada’s New Democratic Party. Jagmeet Singh looks the way you hope a progressive politician would. Recently, BuzzFeed anointed him the “most stylish politician in Canada by like a million kilometers.” He’s the first turban-wearing
By: Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa Op-Ed Warning: this article contains explicit language. You may remember the spoken word poet, Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa from Australia’s Got Talent, where she defended the Sikh identity, stood up for Sikh women’s rights, and embraced her fiercely Kaur lifestyle. In this piece, she shares her journey of