What has the BBC really done for Sikhs?

The BBC has suspended Asian Network DJ Tommy Sandhu over “lewd comments and racist slurs” made about a female radio producer, by his colleagues in WhatsApp groups. The Daily Mail article on the topic waits until the 12th paragraph to reveal that their sources told them that Sandhu “did not make derogatory comments himself and…

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Thank you, Jagraj Singh

Jagraj Singh was the founder of Sikh educational charity Basics of Sikhi, and its parent organisation Everything’s 13. He studied politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford University and served in the British Army before taking it upon himself to begin producing educational videos on Sikhi, in English, via the Basics of Sikhi YouTube channel, and…

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Dhan Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji

Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh “The early morning sun looks small in size, but its light is everywhere. So was Guru Har Krishan’ s fame, without limit.” – Bhai Santokh Singh Guru Har Krishan ji, the 8th Sikh Guru, was born in Kiratpur in the Sivalik Hills mountain range in the Himalayas, Nepal.…

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How To Raise a Sikh

Sadasat Simran Singh from Chardikala Jetha shares his perspective on how to raise a Sikh. As a white American who speaks fluent Punjabi, and learned about Sikhi through his Ustad, Yogi Harbhajan Singh Ji. He was blessed with Amrit at 16, is a Shastar Vidiya expert and an accomplished classical Raag Kirtani.

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Immortal

You are immortal You have love, mercy, forgiveness and compassion for all The director of this world drama Only by serving you can I generate good karma A slave to your saints is all I hope to be Nothing but yours, the dust off your feet All virtues are yours as I have none You…

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