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Amritsar massacre: Sadiq Khan calls on Government to apologise for mass killing of Sikhs by colonial troops

Mayor for London Sadiq Khan at the Golden Temple in Amritsar in India where he met religious leaders and paid his respects to the most important pilgrimage site of the Sikh religion Mayor of London Sadiq Khan called on the … Continue reading

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Bringing Alive the History and Forgotten Legacy of Sikhs in Pakistan

Amardeep Singh’s The Quest Continues: Lost Heritage – The Sikh legacy in Pakistan is a vivid reminder for Sikh enthusiasts searching for their dying heritage in inaccessible lands. From The Quest Continues: Lost Heritage – The Sikh legacy in Pakistan. … Continue reading

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Sikhs believe that the Supreme Creator is within each one

The word ‘Sikh’ means a learner or disciple and ‘Guru’ means enlightener, a teacher-prophet. The Sikh faith was founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji (1469-1539) and his divine torch was carried by nine gurus who followed him. Guru Gobind Singh … Continue reading

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Sikh mayor-elect of Hoboken makes history, but now would rather talk about his city | Kevin Riordan

Buy Photo JESSICA GRIFFIN / Staff Photographer Ravi Bhalla, the mayor-elect of Hoboken, N.J., on Washington Street in the heart of the storied little city across from Lower Manhattan. On a sunny morning last week along Hoboken’s Washington Street, it … Continue reading

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In Pakistan, an Inclusive Sikh Festival Highlights History Before Division

Pakistani and Indian Sikh devotees gather around a priest reading from the Sikh holy book to celebrate the birthday of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, in Nankana Sahib. “Everyone is equal in Guru Nanak’s eyes,” says Hardial Singh, an Indian Sikh … Continue reading

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