Indian Sikh pilgrim dies of cardiac arrest in Pak

A 64-year-old Sikh pilgrim from India on Saturday died of cardiac arrest at a gurdwara in Rawalpindi district of Pakistan's Punjab province.

Guru Nanak’s three simple lessons of life

In this highly materialistic and fast paced life, our soul searches for some solace and profound moments of peace.

Tarlochan Singh conferred with Sikh Lifetime Achievement Award in UK

Sardar Tarlochan Singh, the former Chairman of India's National Minorities Commission, has been conferred with Sikh Lifetime Achievement Award 2014 for his outstanding contribution to Sikhism and other walks of life.

Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia ordered to do religious penance

Punjab revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia ordered by the Sikh high priests to do religious penance at the five temporal seats (Takhts) of the Sikh religion after he distorted a religious hymn during a political event.

Even Punjab`s CM has to wait for his turn here

t a time when the `VIP culture` in India is under threat from the ideology of the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, Harmandar Sahib, Sikh`s premier shrine here, has been showing the way of treating everyone alike, including VIPs and celebrities.

Colors to change title of new show `Gurbani`

The title of new show ‘Gurbani’ will be replaced, said an official statement from channel Colors Monday.

Sikh Americans elated over Barack Obama victory

Elated over the re-election of US President Barack Obama, Sikh Americans have said his victory is "especially great" for them.

Prez greets nation on Guru Nanak Jayanti

President Pratibha Patil Wednesday greeted the nation on the occasion of Guru Nanak jayanti, the birthday of Sikhism`s founder Guru Nanak, which will be celebrated Thursday.

Nation celebrates Guru Nanak Jayanti

Guru Nanak Jayanti, the birthday of Guru Nanak Devji, is being celebrated on Sunday with religious zeal and gaiety across the country.

Turning to Nanak in troubled times

Friction between different communities and colliding concepts of salvation are not new to our country. In every period a certain segment of the society has run the writ, while the other has silently nursed grudge.