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  1. It is very good to see somebody doing an academic study on our community. Good survey too! Has got me thinking about my life actually! Everybody please take the time out to do it -literally took me five mins!!
  2. wjkk wjkf, a team of sevadaars have compiled an album which gives a complete account of sikh historic events from 1849 till now. It has been presented in quite an innovative way and you need to check it out on www.facebook.com/whysikhspledgeorange. The facebook page contains a fully referenced series of posters that highlights the atrocities carried out on the Sikhs by the Indian government, in a unique format. Our team has spent a lot of time making this for Sikhs and Non-Sikhs to learn and understand the political, economical and social situation in Punjab, and i hope that you can spend a
  3. WJKK WJKF! The SIKHI EXPLORED team (university students) has just published its 8th article.. This edition is on the life of BHAGAT RAVIDAS JEE and will reveal stories about his life, as told by Sant Maskeen Singh, Sant Waryam Singh and Baba Lakhbir Singh. Who was he? What did he do? Why do Sikhs show him so much respect? The article will answer these questions and use examples from His teachings and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee to tackle 'caste' issues, which are still prevalent in society today (despite the Gurus abolishing it centuries ago!) Please check it out @ www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com
  4. Life and martyrdom of Shaheed Sant Baba Deep Singh: One of the greatest ever Gursikhs Today on the 10th February 1758, one of the most outstanding and piv-otal figures in Sikh history attained shaheedi, whilst fighting in Amritsar. Sant Baba Deep Singh Jee was an embodiment of perfect virtues and epitomised the character of a Sikh. His life and what he achieved was nothing short of remarkable, and although he is primarily known for his unmatched feat in the Battle of Amritsar, his en-tire life is inspirational to Sikhs around the world. How did a Singh, aged 76 years old, pick up a sword wei
  5. Wjkk wjkf! I'm happy to hear it. And we appreciate the feedback! We'll incorporate both of the changes into our next article which will be published on 19th feb p.s great job with the store -the website looks fantastic
  6. Just ahead of Sant Baba Deep Singh’s Shaheedi divas this Friday (10th February 1758), an inspiring and informative article has been written on Sant Jees entire life. From growing up around Guru Gobind Singh Jee, to fighting the Durrani army in Battle of Amritsar, all is revealed in this exclusive biography! -Guaranteed to be an interesting read! Please check it out on www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com We have written other articles on -History of Sri Harmandar Sahib –destruction and restoration -Guru Gobind Singh Jee and His Gurbani -Battle of Chamkaur Sahib -Saka Sirhind -Shaheedi Guru Te
  7. Just to update everyone, a new article has been released! It's the most researched one yet and will defo be an interesting read for all the sangat. Please check it out on www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com and support this youth project by sharing with family and friends
  8. Gurfateh! Dass is a university student from London and has just published an article on the history of Sri Harmandar Sahib. It is the 6th article to be published as part of the 'Sikhi Explored' project. The writing style is targeted at Sikh Students and Sikh Youth, and gives them a detailed account of the sacrifices sikhs have made throughout the 18th and 19th centaury to protect Sri Darbar Sahib (as well as an overview of how it was constructed etc) Please check it out and share with other Sikhs. Website is www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com I'm confident all readers will learn at least somethin
  9. Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Jee Ke Fateh! Daas is co-president at Kings College London University Sikh Society and with a group of students we have started a new project called 'Sikhi Explored', where we research and write about Sikh historic events. We design the newsletters ourselves and reference all our sources. All the writing is original and we refrain from copy and pasting from websites. The aim is to produce articles that are interesting for Sikh students/ youth to read and give them a basic understanding of key ithiaas. We read different aritcles, books and listen to katha to m
  10. Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Jee Ke Fateh! Daas is co-president at Kings College London University Sikh Society and with a group of students we have started a new project called 'Sikhi Explored', where we research and write about Sikh historic events. We design the newsletters ourselves and reference all our sources. All the writing is original and we refrain from copy and pasting from websites. The aim is to produce articles that are interesting for Sikh students/ youth to read and give them a basic understanding of key ithiaas. We read different aritcles, books and listen to katha to
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