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Sikhs in Anzac Parade

A Sikh contingent comprising of the Sikh veterans, descendants of the service men and women that fought in the defence forces have been participating in the Anzac parade in Sydney since 2008 under the banner of National Sikh Council of… Read More »Sikhs in Anzac Parade

Panjabi Language

Punjabi as a Language is mostly learnt by children born or bought up in Australia due to the fact that it is spoken at home. However, this is not always the case and in order to save the Punjabi Language… Read More »Panjabi Language

Australian Sikhs

This article has been taken from the paper “CONTRIBUTION OF SIKHS TO THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY – With Particular Reference to NSW and ACT” by Dr GS Sidhu, Senior Principal Research Scientist CSIRO (Retd). Information given in this article is NOT… Read More »Australian Sikhs

Sikh War Memorial

The Sikh Anzac War Memorial is the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, and it stands as a symbol of unity, respect and recognition for the contribution of Sikh soldiers to ANZAC history. The monument is expected to… Read More »Sikh War Memorial

What is Sikhi

Sikhi also known as Sikhism is a way of life; a disciplined mode of life coupled with a belief in the unity of one God, the equality of all mankind, faith in the Guru’s word and love for all. The… Read More »What is Sikhi

Wearing a Kirpan

Wearing the ‘Kirpan’ is an essential part of the Sikh Code of Conduct. Sikh Community around the world is facing the challenge from the Governments of their respective home countries to allow them to wear ‘Kirpan’. In Australia the case… Read More »Wearing a Kirpan