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Learning never to forget

Kultar’s Mime depicts the aftermath of the horrific 1984 Sikh massacre Kultar’s Mime, a dramatised long poem, not only depicts...

Mime and memories

After being staged more than 28 times internationally and across India since 2014, the English play, Kultar’s Mime: Stories of...

Lovers with Language and Beauty of Panjab

Fascinating! Folktales! Punjab! These three words together instantly captured my attention. I was further hooked when I realized this set...

A World Was Waiting to be Born

Kartarpur? (City of Creator) and 'Begampura' (City without Sorrow) are the Guru's (the perfection) vision of purposeful living, as articulated...

Leaders unite in support of Sikhs in wake of attack

The local Sikh community gathered in a Jewish sanctuary for a memorial service Wednesday night to mourn their six peers...

Diverse clergy celebrate religious liberty

A group of diverse clergy and lay leaders celebrated the nation's right to religious liberty Tuesday with a worship and...

Sikh Research Institute hosts Wisdom Day

SAN ANTONIO, TX— Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) hosted Infinite Wisdom Day 2011 on 7 July at the Concept Therapy Institute...

Interactive Educational Events Strengthen Sikh Families

San Antonio- SikhRI's mission of bringing relevant and innovative educational tools to the Sikh community, drives the organization to design...

Holding on to the Sikh heritage in the U.S.

  A generation of American-born Sikhs had little religious education, but now many are making sure their children can learn...

BC’s Sikh and Non-Sikh Communities Explore Spirit of Vaisakhi

Surrey—From 14 to 17 April, Sikh Research Institute Canada (SRIC) worked closely with community groups, local media and the Lower...

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