As we celebrate this holiday, we should all be mindful that many of our freedoms, both civic and religious, have come at a heavy price
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Sikhs view Guru Gobind Singh, whose 346th birthday we celebrate today, in different ways. The more devout among them might even object to referring to him as a mere man. They see Gobind Singh as divine.
The Sikh Holiday of Vaisakhi is celebrated every year on April 14. Also frequently spelled Baisakhi, Vaisakhi has origins as a springtime festival in ...
The Sikh Faith arose more than 500 years ago in a South Asian society that was shackled in slavery to the caste system, to the wanton abuse of women, and to the tyranny of the rulers.
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