Author Archives: Sanmukh

The Thought, Not the Action

Looking above and Beyond Monkey see, Monkey do. Waheguru Ji made us humans, gave us brains and taught us how to use them but we choose to be monkeys. Every day hundreds and thousands of people visit Gurudwara Beed Baba … Continue reading

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Why Amrit?……. Is it really necessary?

When a youngster in the Sikh community wants to take Amrit, many people step forward to stop them, to talk them out of it. They are told they are to young and the guidelines of Sikhi too hard. Moms are … Continue reading

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Rise of The Khalsa -A documentary

For the past decade the Sikhs more than ever have been struggling to portray the Khalsa image in the proper light. Ever since the 9-11 terrorist attacks, the Sikhs have been looked upon as terrorists by many people that are … Continue reading

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Waheguru, where are you?

The Conscience Each one of us have witnessed something which we believed is wrong and kept quiet whilst we asked in our head, “Why is God not doing anything?” “Is God so heartless He can sit back and watch all … Continue reading

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The World is a Stage

We’re the actors This is stage where there is no script, no direction; all the actors must act impromptu. That means unlike scripted actors, we must see what is happening around us and just act out the first thing that … Continue reading

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Sikh: A Student without a Teacher

Everyone in the world has a right to call themselves a Sikh but the word Sikh holds a special meaning for the followers of Sikhism. The proper definition of Sikh is to be a student and in that sense, no … Continue reading

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Conversion of Sikh Girls—-Who falls prey?

The Sikh community is waking up from a long sleep of neglect of the female child to find that their daughters are being converted out of the faith they were born in. Websites, blogs, Youtube videos are being made daily … Continue reading

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