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Guru Argun Dev Ji

SikhNet News - Fri, 06/14/2024 - 4:44pm
Glorification of Martyrdom

Regional SYANA Sikh Youth Symposium 2024

SikhNet News - Fri, 06/14/2024 - 9:53am
Held in Cleveland, Ohio

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SikhNet News - Wed, 06/12/2024 - 6:05pm
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College Student Loves Sikh Culture After Attending ‘Langar’ Class

SikhNet News - Tue, 06/11/2024 - 8:16pm
​​Going into the class, I didn't expect to be impacted as profoundly as I was. The warm welcome we received at the Gurdwara and the respectful dialogue surrounding the protest opened my eyes to the beauty of the Sikh faith and community. But beyond that, it challenged me to truly embody the values of honesty, contentment, and humility in my daily life.

479 Months Of Remembering Sacrifice of Akal Takht

SikhNet News - Fri, 06/07/2024 - 12:08pm
There is only one ultimate destination for the Guru and his beloveds: Glory. 

Un-erased, 2024. 

SikhNet News - Tue, 06/04/2024 - 10:49am
A poem for my people, inspired by so many people...

40th Anniversary

SikhNet News - Tue, 06/04/2024 - 9:49am

Caste and Sikh Identity: An Insightful Exploration

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 11:51pm
There has been an ongoing discussion within the Sikh community regarding the issue of caste system since the late 19th century. Generally, this discussion has been shaped by two main viewpoints. One perspective argues that Guru Gobind Singh did not abolish the caste system among Sikhs but rather implied equality among all castes.

Women Take Charge in Preserving Sikh Art at Golden Temple

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 11:28pm
Namita Jaspal and her team of six women are dedicated to restoring these magnificent paintings to their former glory. Using scientific techniques, they aim to preserve these ancient traditions for future generations.

Unstoppable Force: 10 Sikh Women Who Defied Norms & Made History

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 11:21pm
Their powerful legacies continue to inspire and empower generations, serving as a constant reminder of the transformative impact that determined individuals can have in shaping a better world.

The tale of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Duni Chand

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 11:16pm
On the day Guru Nanak arrived, Duni Chand was hosting a sharadh, a large feast that Hindus offer to Brahmans. They believe that whatever they give to the Brahmans after the feast reaches their deceased ancestors in the next world.

Sikhi and Marriage: Understanding the Significance of Anand Karaj

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 11:11pm
Anand Karaj is the traditional Sikh marriage ceremony, symbolizing the equal partnership between two individuals. The term translates to "blissful union." In Sikhism, marriage holds not only physical, social, and legal significance but also a deep spiritual connection.

Preserving Peshawar's Heritage: The Legacy of Sikh Architecture

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:58pm
In Peshawar, Mohallah Jogan Shah is a really old place where Sikhs have lived for a long time. It's near Dabgari. There's a historic gurdwara there and a school for the community. Even though big buildings are all around, people still value these old places.

Origin of the Shabad Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:50pm
This shabad has been sung at least once a day at the Harimandir Sahib in Amritsar for over 400 years. It has become a common mantra for people in and around the Harimandir Sahib, often heard on their lips daily

Honouring Tradition: The Vibrant Essence of Baisakhi

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:44pm
The Baisakhi of the year 1699 marked a significant moment in Sikh history It's seen as a time of renewal and revival for a community that had faced oppression from foreign rulers. Baisakhi set the stage for a new generation of fearless Sikhs. Over time, the Sikhs emerged as the defenders and champions of the Gateway to India.

Hari Singh Nalwa: The Lion-Shredder Who Reshaped Empires

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:38pm
Hari Singh was only 16 years old when he was called to a military meeting. Ranjit Singh talked about his plan to attack Kasur. Kasur was a strong fort. It belonged to the Islamic Kasuria Pathan people.

Exploring the Murals of Gurdwara Baba Atal Sahib Ji

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:33pm
In the Gurdwaras of Punjab, particularly in the revered city of Amritsar, a stunning example of artistic expression can be found adorning the walls of the famous Gurdwara Baba Atal Sahib Ji.

Sikhs in Old Shanghai: A Walk down the Past

SikhNet News - Sun, 06/02/2024 - 10:24pm
Indian Sikhs were often recruited into the British police force, serving in various Chinese cities including Tientsin (now Tianjin), Amoy (now Xiamen), and Hankow (now part of Wuhan).

I found my God

SikhNet News - Fri, 05/31/2024 - 4:24pm
A poem


SikhNet News - Fri, 05/31/2024 - 4:15pm
The Conscious Energy