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Making History – Vaisakhi at the Pentagon  | Sikhpoint.com

Making History – Vaisakhi at the Pentagon | Sikhpoint.com

The Great Poetess: The leading 20th century poet of the Punjabi language, Amrita Pritam is considered the Sikh community's unsung heroine. She is the first prominent woman Punjabi poet, novelist, and essayist, equally loved on both sides of the India-Pakistan border. With a career spanning six decades, Amrita Pritam produced more than 100 books. She represents the rise of Sikh women in the humanities -- writers, artists, filmmakers, and scholars.

10 Sikh Women You Should Know and Why You Should Know Them

"When a man denies the power of women, he is denying his own subconscious. " --Amrita Pritam, Indian writer and poet.

Shaheed Bhai Jai Singh chose DEATH over touching a bag containing TOBACCO Bhai Jai Singh ‘Khalkaat’ was a honest hard working Sikh living in the village of Mughalmajra about 5km on the Patiala to Sirhind Road. Read More:http://barusahib.org/general/shaheed-bhai-jai-singh-chose-death-touching-tobacco/

Bhai Jai Singh ‘Khalkaat’ was a honest hard working Sikh living in the village of Mughalmajra about on the Patiala to Sirhind Road.

SECRET TO ETERNAL HAPPINESS by Guru Arjun Dev ji    One should not think there is any other way to achieve this state of bliss (eternal happiness), this blessing is in hands of Waheguru (God). Only those become one with God who does Naam-Simran and seeks company of people connected with God.    Read more: http://dailyhukamnama.ca/secret-to-eternal-happiness-feb-10-page-813-814/

SECRET TO ETERNAL HAPPINESS by Guru Arjun Dev ji -One should not think there is any other way to achieve this state of bliss (eternal happiness), this blessing

Dalai Lama showing his respect, understanding & appreciation of the Sikh beard.

Dalai Lama showing his respect, understanding & appreciation of the Sikh beard.

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connecting the Sikh community

Love. Laughter. God-Minded. Sikhism is not a religion, its a way of life. Equality for every Gender, Race, Caste, Creed because you are seen as HUMAN, you are seen as a soul.

Most Sikh men have Singh has their last name which means lion. Most Sikh females have Kaur as their last name which means princess.

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