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Sangat Ji with Vaheguru Ji's Kirpa Basics of Sikhi is getting "Sikh Organization of the Year Award" today at Sikh Awards 2016, Amritsar organized by SEWA. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1286951944676203&id=245721062132635&__tn__=*s Sikh Organisation Of The Year 2016 Khalsa Aid has been awarded Sikh Organisation Of The Year at the Fateh Academy awards ceremony in Amritsar. We are truly humbled by this great honour and dedicate it to all our amazing volunteers around the globe. Amarpreet Singh, Director Khalsa Aid (India) accepted t
Full News: http://singhstation.net/2015/01/sewa-2014-sikh-awards/ The great personalities that have contributed to the promotion of Sikhism were honoured by SEWA ( Social Educational Welfare Association) in association with International Fateh Academy on Monday, December 29, 2014 at a International Level Conference held at International Fateh Academy, Jandiala Guru. The special presence of ‘Five Singh Sahibaan’ to confer awards upon the distinguished personalities of the Sikh panth was a great honour and sanctified the event. The aim of the conference was to recognize those personalities
Just days after an ITV programme paid tribute to Ravi Singh of Khalsa Aid, he has been honoured at an awards ceremony in Amritsar. Ravinder Singh alias Ravi Singh, was named ‘Sikh of the Year’ yesterday in Amritsar at the Media Punjab Tv Fateh Academy Sikh Awards for safeguarding the human rights and reaching out to these afflicted by natural and politically motivated catastrophes.. Khalsa Aid Founder/CEO Ravinder Singh He was accompanied by his friend Jim Winkworth, who he met during his time helping out in Burrowbridge, Somerset, during the flooding there. Jim had tricked Ravi into a
The Sikh Awards were held at The Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster Bridge, London on Saturday 18th October 2014. The Awards recognised Sikh contributions and excellence in a variety of fields from nominations received from around the world. Bhai Baldeep Singh, well known as the “Renaissance Man” of Punjab for rendering the vintage etiquettes of Gurbani Kirtan, won the Sikhs in Entertainment award while Malvinder Mohan Singh, Executive Chairman of Fortis Healthcare, was declared as the Sikhs in Business – Business Man. Describing 81-year-old Singh as a “walking encyclopedia on Sikhism, sports, I