M. Rajivlochan A proudly
distinct identity has been the hallmark
of Sikhs. What factors helped develop
this distinctiveness that has sustained
through the years?
J.S. Grewal and Indu Banga
Guru Nanak’s familiarity with the
beliefs and customs of Muslims, and
his assessment of Islam
Orijit Sen It’s 20 metres high,
stretches along a 70-metre curved wall…
a panoramic view of contemporary
Punjab, with the Golden Temple at
its centre. Toronto to the left.
Mark Tully Bhindranwale,
militancy, political one-upmanship…
the dark days of Punjab blow apart
the aura of decisiveness that encircled
Simi Malhotra The deity’s
seven features that outline Sikhism’s
epistemology, ontology and ethics…
the ‘name’ or the ‘word’ as the source
of all knowledge
Interview Punjab chief minister
Captain Amarinder Singh says Sikhism
has the necessary tools to mend strained
relations between India and Pakistan
Pranay Sharma Kartarpur—will
the political overwhelm the spiritual?
Jyotika Sood What anxiety stalks
still in some homes in Punjab’s villages,
day and night?
Reema Anand The Gurus pulled
women out of the ‘well’ of patriarchy.
How did they get back in later?
J.S. Grewal and Karamjit
K. Malhotra From Nanak to
Govind Singh, the guruship is a singular
continuum that unites the spiritual with
The Stard ust Harbhajan Singh,
Gul Panag, Rakul Preet Kaur, Divya
Dutta, J.J. Valaya…In the Guru’s own
country, the pursuit of piety
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