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The idea, context, framing and realities of ‘Sikh radicalisation’ in Britain

Saturday, January 20, 2018 EST

gotowebinar - Online

Register Here About the presentation:“Dr Jasjit Singh will talk about his recent research project which examined the idea, context, framing and realities of ‘Sikh radicalisation...

Seva: Attitude & Accountability

Saturday, February 03, 2018

Central Jersey Sikh Association

Join us this afternoon as Gurpreet Kaur, Technologist, Collaborator, Sevadar, & Harinder Singh, Thinker, Educator, Activist, will dive into the significance and importance of Seva...

Marriage 101: Things I Wish I Knew

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Surrey City Centre Public Library

Join us this afternoon as Arpinder Kaur, Pilot & Servant, and Pritpal Singh, Mentor, Educator & Physician, will be leading an open, unedited, adult conversation...

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Featured Content

History Home November 23, 2017

Top Ten Truths about Guru Teghbahadar Sahib

Guru Teghbahadar 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),...
History Home October 30, 2017

Gurmukhi: Guru Nanak Sahib’s Alphabets

Gurmukhi – what is it?  Its two most popular etymological explanation are from “the mouth of the Guru” or “the utterance of the Guru.”  Here’s another alternative:  “Of the Guru-oriented” for it became the script of choice for those who...
History Culture October 24, 2017

Who is a Sikh?

The State of the Panth series is a report on Sikh matters presented by the Sikh Research Institute to the global Sikh community. The series reports on matters affecting either a large section of the Sikh Nation or a perspective...
Experience Liv October 21, 2017

Rewriting the Era(z)ed Chapters: Chaurasi Then and Now

This talk focuses on the importance of revisiting carnage 1984 and addressing the contemporary concerns of the survivors. The importance and the methodologies both ethnographic and literary (such as collecting oral narrative, life writings and literary writings) to revisit '84...

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