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Snowdeep Singh Thanda

  I’ve been hearing about all the snow that people have gotten in the UK. Unfortunately Espanola, New Mexico hasn’t been graced with any of the "white prashad" for a while.  It looks like the cold white snow inspired some young Sikhs in England to get creative and make "Snowdeep Singh Thanda". Most of the […]

The Yogi

In India at the time of Guru Nanak, there were many yogis.  They lived alone, they did not marry, nor did they work for their living. They lived in meditation caves, wore coats made from many rags patched together (to indicate poverty) large earrings (to indicate that they heard only the Word of God) and […]

Wallpaper Celebration

This morning I realized that the rest of the world was going to be celebrating valentines day. This holiday (like most) is not really religious (for most people at least) but a day when the guys are expected to do something sweet and nice for the girls in their life (wife, mother, sister, etc). So […]

Remembering a Shining Light

This past weekend we celebrated and remembered the life of SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa (aka: Yogi Bhajan). This birthday event has always been a joyous occasion and serves to bring many people together. It is especially a great event for inviting the local community to learn more about us as Sikhs. There are normally quite […]

The Taboo of Sikh Art

It seems like that in the old days of India many people were into art, architecture and other creative skills. For whatever reason less and less people seem to be interested in the arts. I remember when I was in second class/grade the teacher asking all the kids: "What is your father", and the kids […]

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