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Here are a few Highlights of the Memorable Celebration:
The AES 500-Festival theme: "ICONIC IMAGES OF INDY" lived up to and excelled that spirit in its visually rich sights and sounds and an amazing tapestry at the annual Hoosier Parade that has emerged as the third largest nationally celebrated Parade in America since its inception in 1957...Read More

NRIs Celebrate Vaisakhi/Baisakhi Worldwide from Australia to USA, 2024

Vaisakhi has become one of the most popular celebrations in the world. Vaisakhi Day is of paramount importance for the Sikhs, as it was on this day Guru Gobind Singh - the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs sought to eliminate social discriminations with the establishment of the universal caste Khalsa Panth. History of Baisakhi traces its origin from the Baisakhi Day celebrations of 1699 organized by the Tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh...Read More


Dr. Albert Chen, the visionary founder and the brilliant force behind the journey and success the Asian American Alliance, Inc. was present among the over 200 guests including several distinguished dignitaries - Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, Mayor of Carmel Sue Finkum; the Terre Haute, Mayor Brandon Sakbun; Indiana Secretary of State, Diego...Read More

NRI Sikhs in the United States Unite in Solidarity with
Farmer’s Protest in India.

In a powerful display of solidarity, the Sikh Coordination Committee East Coast (SCCEC) and the American Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (AGPC) have thrown their support behind the ongoing farmers' protest in India...Read More

"NRI Sikh Juror Reportedly Denied Access to Jury Service Due to Kirpan, a Religious Sword"

NRI Jatinder Singh, said he felt "embarrassed and discriminated against" after being prevented from taking part in jury service due to his religious sword. NRI Sikh, from Smethwick, was summoned to serve as a juror at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday.....
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The Fabulous Exhibit Features Over 20 Faith And Spiritual Traditions Including The Sikh Faith

A spectacular "Sacred Places" Exhibit recently opened in Indianapolis at the world's finest Children's Museum with a beautiful Reception attended by over three hundred invited guests, faith leaders, and friends representing my cultures, nationalities, and faith traditions. I was an honor for me to serve on the Sacred Places Exhibit.....Read More

Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard Honored with the Indiana Ratna Award at the IIBC Gala

A multicultural and multi-generational gathering of over 300 strong galaxy of friends, supporters, and sponsors attended the event. Many of the guests proudly wore elegant and festive Indian attire for the happy occasion where "India and Hoosier Indian-Americans were honoring Indiana and a respected Hoosier leader and a dear friend."....Read More

No Charge on NRI Sikh 7-11 man who beat shoplifter in Stockton, California

The District Attorney of San Joaquin County announced that no charges will be pressed against the Sikh convenience store employee who was seen thrashing a shoplifter with a stick in a viral video clip, watched over 50 million worldwide. The Stockton 7-11 Store Clerks are not and have never been suspects of the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office....Read More

Singapore's Deputy PM Lawrence Wong Praises Sikhs’ Contribution At the Sikh Advisory Board (SAB) 75th Anniversary Celebration Dinner

The Sikh community in Singapore, while being small in numbers, has made significant contributions to the nation’s development in various fields. Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong acknowledged the community’s outstanding achievements in areas.....Read More

NRI Hardeep Singh Nijjar President Guru Nanak Gurdwara Surrey, gunned down in his vehicle

NRI Hardeep Singh Nijjar, one of India's most-wanted terrorists who carried a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh on his head, was shot dead outside a gurdwara in the north American country, officials here said. Hardeep Singh lawyer Gurpatwant Singh Pannuntold that Canada’s spy agency warned him days ago that there were threats against him....Read More

Saskatchewan allows Sikh motorcyclists to ride without helmets for special events

The seventh annual Nagar Kirtan celebrations in Regina marked the first time that Sikh motorcyclists have been able to ride in Saskatchewan with turbans instead of helmets.“It’s hard for them to put their hair in the helmets and when they take it off, the hair opens up......Read More

2023 Baisakhi Celebration and 324th Khalsa Sirjana Divas at Gurdwara Sikh Satsang in Indianapolis

A BEAUTIFUL COMMEMORATION AND CELEBRATION OF BAISAKHI AT GURDWARA SIKH SATSANG Sacred Recitations, Shabd Keertan, A Joyous Welcome and Fellowship Highlighted the 324th Khalsa Sirjana Divas and 2023 Baisakhi (Vaisakhi) Celebration in Indianapolis. The festive celebration centered around the dazzling spiritual Light, a Saint-Soldier, life and legacy, the sacred compositions and amazing enlightened vision that was Tenth Sikh Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708).....Read More

Sikh center of Riverside, California to Celebrate Vaisakhi 2023

Millions of Sikhs around the world celebrate Vaisakhi, traditionally on April 14, especially in India. Vaisakhi is a spring festival which happens on the 13 or 14 April every year.  In 1699, Guru Gobind Singh chose the festival as the moment to establish the Khalsa - that's the collective name given to Sikhs who've been baptised. Vaisakhi also known as Khalsa Day celebrates the Sikh New Year. .....Read More

California assembly passes resolution urging US Congress to recognise 1984 anti-Sikh riots as 'genocide'

The California state assembly passed a resolution, requesting the US Congress to formally recognise the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in India as 'genocide'. The resolution also urged the US Congress to condemn the violence. The resolution, passed on Monday by the California assembly, said the Sikh community in the US had not yet recovered from the physical and psychological trauma of the riots, and urged the US Congress to formally recognise and condemn the November 1984 anti-Sikh violence as a genocide........Read More


Supporter of Amritpal protesters on Sunday attacked and damaged the Indian Consulate in San Francisco, prompting sharp condemnation from NRI who demanded immediate action against those responsible for it.....Read More

'All Sikhs are terrorists': Indian tow truck drivers take boss
to Human Rights Commission

Two Sikh tow truck drivers are taking their former boss to the Human Rights Commission, saying she took no action about racial abuse by their manager.Raminder Singh and Sumit Nandpuri say they received no apology from Southern Districts Towing after they quit - and instead were questioned about whether they had celebrated the death of the Queen. Singh resigned after he says his new manager told him “all Sikhs are terrorists”, ........Read More

Sikhs begin langar service as cyclone Gabrielle batters NZ

Weeks after cyclone Gabrielle hit New Zealand leaving at least 11 dead and displacing thousands, the Sikh community has cooked and delivered more than 7,000 meals so far to those in need. When Gabrielle hit the island’s northern region on February 12, and power went out, the Sikh community in Hastings swung into action......Read More

Sikhs slam US correctional agency’s discriminatory beard policy

Sikhs and civil rights activists have expressed grave concerns over California correctional agency’s updated policy that forces bearded officers to shave or face disciplinary action.The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) rolled out an updated policy on February 1 that requires staff members to shave facial hair, irrespective of any religious or medical reasons they may have.......Read More

Now Sikhism to be part of school curriculum in 2 USm states

More than 24 million students in the US can now learn about Sikhs with two more states voting in favour of new social studies standards that will include Sikhi, or Sikh faith, in their school curriculum for the first time ever. Utah and Mississippi became the 15th and 16th states in the US recently to include information about Sikhism, Sikh practices, and traditions in their social studies syllabi.......Read More

NRI Amardeep Singh Singapore-based Sikh researcher  Receive 2022 Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize

Amardeep Singh, a Singapore-based researcher, writer, and documentary filmmaker is the recipient of ‘The Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize’ for the year 2022. The ceremony will be hosted on Monday, November 14, 6 PM onwards at Crest Hollow Country Club Emerald Room, Woodbury, New York.....Read More

Honouring Sikh soldiers Statue unveiled in United Kingdom

A statue of a Sikh soldier has been unveiled in Leicester to honour Sikhs who fought for the UK in conflicts around the world. The bronze figure on a granite plinth went on display in Victoria Park on Sunday. The Sikh Troops War Memorial Committee said it would complement the existing war memorials already there.......Read More

NRI Pal Singh Purewal, Man behind Nanakshahi calendar, has passed away

The revised Nanakshahi calendar was designed by Pal Singh Purewal to replace the Bikrami calendar. The epoch of this calendar is the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Nanak Dev in 1469 and the Nanakshahi year commences on 1 Chet. New Year’s Day falls annually on what is 14 March in the Gregorian Western calendar.......Read More

Khalistan referendum in Canada- Over 100,000 Canadian Sikhs took part in voting

Social media showed queues of men and women aligning up for the referendum. Over 100,000 Brampton, Ontario, Canadian Sikhs took part in voting for the Khalistan Referendum on September 19.   Voting for the Khalistan Referendum was organised by pro-Khalistani group Sikhs For Justice.Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Said......Read More

Pat Singh Cheung | The Chinese Man Who Turned To Sikhism..........
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DSGMC to send a 20-members delegation to help
the standed people in Ukraine

Harmeet Singh Kalka, President and Jagdip Singh Kahlon, General Secretary, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has informed the media that Delhi Sikh Committee will send a 20-member delegation to help the stranded people in Ukraine......Read More

16 families contacted Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) for help to their relatives stuck in Ukraine

Harmeet Singh Kalka, President and Jagdip Singh Kahlon, General Secretary, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has issued a press statement informing  that 16 families have contacted DSGMC.......Read More

Hoosier Sikhs Celebrate Guru Nanak Devjee's 552nd Birthday With A Joyful Spirit and Charhdikala

The largest and the oldest Sikh congregation in Indiana was an exciting place on Sunday, November 21st as the hundreds of Hoosier Sikhs and our friends in other spiritual traditions in Indiana,.....Read More

Havelock Road in Southall could be renamed Guru Nanak Road

Havelock Road is where the largest Sikh gurdwara in western Europe is cited and as part of its 550-year celebrations of the birth of Guru Nanak this year, we want to make this name change to Havelock Road to Guru Nanak Road........Read More

Worldwide Sikh NRI devotees participate Patna Saheb on the 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh from December 30 16 to Jan 05, 2017…..During 17th Century when Hindustan was ruled by Mughals all the people were humiliated and were treated like animal. Guruji sacrificed his life for Protection of Hindu religion.

CHICAGO LEADERSHIP PRAYER BREAKFAST" OPENS WITH A SIKH PRAYER- Attended by Governor State of Illinois Bruce Raunerr, President Cook County Board Toni Preckwinkle and more than 600 Chicago leaders from different organizations.

Sikhs have suffered due to mistaken identity after 9/11- To spread awareness of the Sikh faith
"Diversity Festival" on September 12 in California by PACA





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