Ludhiana World Record: Planting 1 Lakh Trees in 1 Hour
Ludhiana, one of the world's most polluted cities, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) - is attempting to break an environmental record, for the most tree saplings planted in an hour, as Ludhiana Earth Hour (8am-9am) on July 20.
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100 Year Anniversay: Sikhs in WW1 ~ Part 1
The story of the British Indian army on the Western Front starts on 6th August 1914. On that day, the War Council asks the Indian government to send two infantry divisions and a cavalry brigade to Egypt. The divisions chosen were the Lahore and the Meerut Divisions, later followed by the Secunderabad Cavalry Brigade which together formed the Indian Army Corps.
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Turbaned Outfitter Honored With International Award in D.C.
Plymouth city's favorite turban wearing councilor is to be honored with an international award at a religious conference in America. Chaz Singh is set to fly to Washington DC tomorrow to be part of an honorary banquet put together by the organization United Sikhs. He is set to be commended for being a "strong Sikh leader" and for his work in "breaking down barriers"...
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Sikhism: Continuity of Indian Culture
THE book desires to interpret the Guru Granth Sahib as it has put together hymns of Guru Nanak, Kabir and several other bhagats and saints. The study wishes to review its religious, spiritual and ethical opinions. The book seeks to maintain that monism and individual will can both be equally stressed.
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Invitation: Yogi Bhajan's 10th Memorial Celebration
All are invited to gather at Yogi Bhajan’s personal ranch in Espanola, New Mexico to meditate, sing, tell stories and learn about the man called the Siri Singh Sahib.
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Ignorance Is Not the Bliss We Believe
The inevitable question hinges on how we Sikhs would do or if we would respond any differently if facing a questionnaire on our own faith, Sikhism, and the beliefs of our neighbors. Surprisingly, we have a somewhat partial but painful answer.
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The Lion-Shredder ~ Hari Singh Nalwa
"Some people might think that Napoleon was a great General. Some might name Marshall Hendenburgh, Lord Kitchener, General Karobzey or Duke of Wellington etc. But let me tell you that in the North of India a General...
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The Mind Unleashed
“Most people assume that meditation is all about stopping thoughts, getting rid of emotions, somehow controlling the mind, but actually it’s much different than that,” says Puddicombe. “It’s more about stepping back, seeing the thought clearly— witnessing it coming and going — without judgment, but with a relaxed, focus mind.”
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The Global Silent Pandemic of Neurodevelopmental Toxicity
...the authors noted that “A few industrial chemicals (e.g. lead, methylmercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), arsenic and toluene are recognized causes of neurodevelopmental disorders and subclinical brain dysfunction.”
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Breaking Bad in Punjab
Experts believe that drug dependency is a physical, mental and spiritual disease that requires abstinence from drug use, proper rehabilitation and a social support system. However, like de-addiction, rehabilitation inside a facility is only a temporary solution.
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