III /2000

Almost all significant accounts or histories of the Sikh Diaspora have, in one form or another, identified certain settled traits of character, certain spiritual energies and cultural memes which have helped the immigrant Sikh settler-communities retain that clan vital which has since the annunciation of the Khalsa as a sovereign community in 1699 through the visionary eye of the Tenth Master, become their mark of distinction and commitment, of engagement and enterprise.


when we examine the Sikh psyche and its deepest urges, drives and dreams, among many another vital element in their make-up, there is the need to affirm its essence and uniqueness in all conditions and contingencies, in all climes and countries wherever it finds home and hospitality.


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