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Sikhism Dwells In Its Saint-soldier Philosophy

Sikhism Dwells In Its Saint-soldier Philosophy

By Promod Puri Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Gobind Singh represent two distinct aspects of Sikhism. In the evolution of Sikhism, together these significant facets symbolize the Khalsa, a saint-soldier designation which is pure, clean, and free. The saint-soldier image of the Khalsa was initiated by Guru Nanak and got concluded by Guru Gobind Singh, […]

May 25th, 2019 | Posted in Link Columnist, Link Feautre | Read More »

In Canada Even Allegations Of Doing Political Favours For Funds Should Not Happen

In Canada Even Allegations Of Doing Political Favours For Funds Should Not Happen

Dear Editor,   It is a matter of great concern that hardly any month goes by when one reads the negative news about the elected representatives, especially of the Asian ethnicity at the Provincial and the Federal levels.  The accusations levelled against them range from  inappropriate public behaviour, that is, lying, gambling, sexual misconduct, etc., […]

May 25th, 2019 | Posted in Link Columnist, Link Feautre, Opinion | Read More »

Will Capitalist Model Of Green Revolution Make Punjab A Desert?

Will Capitalist Model Of Green Revolution Make Punjab A Desert?

By Dr. Sawraj Singh A draft report by the Central Ground Water Board warns that if ground water continues to be exploited at the current rate then Punjab will become a desert in 25 years. Extraction of ground water in 2013 was 149%. Now it has reached 165%. Underground water recharging was 21.58 billion cubic […]

May 25th, 2019 | Posted in Editorial, Link Columnist, Link Feautre | Read More »

Love And Anger – By Ashok Bhargava

Love And Anger – By Ashok Bhargava

Love And Anger Anger burns you Before you throw It at someone else Love smites you Before you Smother someone else   Ashok Bhargava

May 25th, 2019 | Posted in Link Feautre, Opinion | Read More »

Forever Young

Forever Young

By Ashok Bhargava If the grace of falling snow, smile of raindrops, freshness of breeze, fluidity of flowing river, fragrance of flowers and freshness of breeze are the sources of optimism, infinite hope and spiritual rejuvenation then I’m still young regardless of age. If mountains can be scaled, oceans can be sailed, deserts can be […]

March 5th, 2018 | Posted in Link Columnist, Link Feautre | Read More »

Politicians Shouldn’t Use Racism To Cover Up Personal Criticism

Politicians Shouldn’t Use Racism To Cover Up Personal Criticism

Dear Editor: Recently, in our House of Commons Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General faced a motion to apologize for a $500-per-person fundraiser at a Toronto law firm and to return the funds she raised. However, the minister answered the call to apologize by saying that she was at the law firm […]

May 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Link Columnist, Link Feautre, Opinion | Read More »

Cycling4Diversity For Ready To Put Pedal To Medal From May 22-28

Cycling4Diversity For Ready To Put Pedal To Medal From May 22-28

By Ken Herar The Cycling4Diversity team is ready to put the pedal to the medal and deliver the message of diversity and inclusivity from May 22nd – 28th during Cycling4Diversity Week in BC.  The focus this year will on rural communities visiting Hope, Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs during the first portion of our journey.  […]

May 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Link Columnist, Link Feautre, Link News, Opinion | Read More »

Vaisakhi Signifies Love, Multi-Gaith Harmony And Equality

Vaisakhi Signifies Love, Multi-Gaith Harmony And Equality

More efforts be made to spread the universal message of Vaisakhi. By Gian Singh Kotli Baisakhi or Vaisakhi. Vaisakhi got its name from the month of Vaisakh of the Bikrami year in India. It is celebrated in Punjab and several other northern states on 1st day of Vaisakh which usually coincides with 13th day of […]

April 16th, 2016 | Posted in International, Link Columnist, Link Feautre | Read More »

VAISAKHI: The Day When Saints Became Saint-Soldiers

VAISAKHI: The Day When Saints Became Saint-Soldiers

By Dr Raghbir Singh Bains Sikhism is a religion of Divine love. It is more than 500 years old. It is the youngest religion in the world with over 30 million followers living in about 165 countries of the world. Sikhism has been part of the world history since the fifteenth century. Sikhism is the […]

April 16th, 2016 | Posted in International, Link Columnist, Link Feautre | Read More »

Reviewers Give LINK Founder Promod Puri’s Book High Marks For Creating Greater Understanding Of Hinduism

Reviewers Give LINK Founder Promod Puri’s Book High Marks For Creating Greater Understanding Of Hinduism

Review of Promod Puri’s Book Hinduism: Beyond Rituals, Customs And Traditions! By Naveen Gopal Most of us who grew up practicing Hinduism in our daily lives often understand the religion through rituals (poojas), mantras, stories (like the Ramayan) and a series of rules and obligations. We often wonder how we’d teach these customs to our […]

February 22nd, 2016 | Posted in Link Feautre, Link News | Read More »