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More Details of the Good Deeds of the Sikhs

Yet another example of the good work and life of the Sikhs.  Thanks Judy !

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Don’t Freak, I Am Sikh!

The Sikh’s Golden Temple is one of my favorite Indian sites.  Here is a previous post of mine.  Thanks Judy for this video. . . . Don’t Freak, I Am a Sikh !  They are wonderful people!  If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Aerial View of Sikh Golden Temple , Amritsar, India

   The Golden Temple rivals the beauty of St. Peter’s in Rome, in my mind.  This video shows the whole complex tucked in the middle of the ancient city of Amritsar  in the Punjab.  As spectacular as the site is … Continue reading

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Concerns-U Food Pantry. . . . The Voices and Faces of Hunger

My first reaction to this video was tears.  Things often touch my heart first and hardest.  But what happens after the tears dry?  Oh yes, I am a volunteer at Concerns-U, and I have donated food, and money for new … Continue reading

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The Sultan’s Langar

Sultan Ahmed Shah was a pious and generous ruler who founded Ahmedabad in 1411 as the capital city of Gujarat. He introduced the idea of a langar or community kitchen as he decreed that no on in his city should … Continue reading

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The Golden Temple….Part 2 The Langar

Originally posted on TalesAlongTheWay:
Wandering through the narrow crowded streets to the Golden Temple, we were bombarded with requests to buy orange head scarves.Bare feet and covered heads are mandatory in the temple for both men and women. Our guide…

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Protecting the Powerless

” No reform is possible unless some of the educated and the rich voluntarily accept the status of the poor. . . . .and instead of taking avoidable hardships, discourtesies and injustice as a matter of course, fight for their … Continue reading

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