Content tagged "Culture"

It is 6 am as I walk into the Divan Hall at Sidak.

Voices chanting Vahiguru, Vahiguru fill me. Arpinder Kaur, is already there. She guides us ever so gently as we recite...

Grammar of Gurbani - Online Course

Grammar of Gurbani (GoG) online course offers an investigation into the elementary linguistic characteristics of the Guru Granth Sahib. It...

The Month of Vaisakh (April 13 - May 13)

Glorious VaisakhBoughs adorned. I, too,Yearn adornment. I hearWhispers...  My mind is in constant turmoil? I long for serenity. Look at...

Sikhi & Acceptance: Feminism

As a young girl, born into a Punjabi speaking family in Canada, I often grappled with adhering to many of...

One Creative Power, Permanent Reality, Grace of the Guru

Vahiguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vahiguru Ji Ki Fatih,   Today, 1st of Cet, Nanakshahi 548, we Sikhs celebrate the enthronement...

The Clay Pot & I

I’m super-excited, It’s my first pottery-making class. I just love the studio— Large windows, the sun pouring in, I can...

Blueprint For A Dignified World - Interpreting Guru Granth Sahib

We understand Guru Granth Sahib religiously but do we really understand whats in there?Guru Granth Sahib is Guru for Sikhs...

A Journey Towards Ghar

Music has a very unique role in creating and propagating Sikh values. The width and depth of Sikh musical heritage...

Ranjha

Twilight sets in. Veera lets out a long sigh. “What’s the matter?” her mother asks. “I wonder where he is…”...

I Never Knew My Mothers

From my early childhood days, I have been bombarded with stories about the bravery of Banda, the courage of Nalwa,...

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