Two simple words, Satnam Waheguru, carry profound spiritual significance. A companion in solitude, Satnam Waheguru, offers the universal Truth of … More
Culture and national identity
In a multicultural Canadian society there are a multitude of cultures, traditions and religions, with lot more sub banners within each group. It is a myriad with a diversified web which gives Canada an image of acceptance and tolerance.
Koi Bole Ram Ram, Koi Khudaaye….
One of the spiritual gems of Guru Arjan Devji, that portrays the essence of all religions: “Koi bole Ram, Ram; koi khudae….”
Here is the English translation of the Shabad:
Some call the Lord ‘Ram, Ram’, and some ‘Khuda’.
NANAK DUKHIYA SABB SANSAR SO SUKHIYA JIS NAAM ADHAAR
The sufferings could be innocently or naively self-inflicted, from fellow beings, or other causes. Elements of nature and the so-called fate also play minor or significant roles to accompany man’s lifelong journey through calamity and disaster.
PASSING THROUGH RACIST PASSAGE OUR HISTORY FROM HINDOOS TO SOUTH ASIAN CANADIANS
Immigrants, especially from the “visible minority” communities, not only faced racial discrimination in most aspects of their lives in Canada, but they could also discern reflections of bigotry and segregation in their labelings.
In the early part of the twentieth-century immigrants from the Indian subcontinent were all classified as “Hindoos.”
Sikhism Dwells In Its Saint-soldier Philosophy
By Promod Puri Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Gobind Singh represent two distinct aspects of Sikhism. In the evolution of … More
GURU MANEYO GRANTH
By Promod Puri The 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, close to his death, sealed the continuity of human gurus. … More