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Panjab Digital Library

Panjab Digital Library represents an effort to preserve and make accessible the rich heritage of Panjab through digitization. For ages, these historical treasures have been...

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Panjab Digital Library represents an effort to preserve and make accessible the rich heritage of Panjab through digitization. For ages, these historical treasures have been...

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First English Translation of the Prem Sumarag Granth by John Leyden

The translation is based on an early manuscript of the Prem Sumarag Granth. The Prem Sumarag Granth is a essentially a set of codes for the Sikhs. It is split into sections and...

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Sādh Saṅgat: A Discourse on Comparative Religion from a Sikh Perspective by Rawel Singh

"Sādh Saṅgat" in the Sikh parlance refers to the congregational body of committed human beings who aspire toward the attainment of self-realization while alive through...

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Ensaaf: Working to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India

Ensaaf works to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India, with a focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing...

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Dr John Leyden's Punjabi and Sikh Translations

  This website focusses on the  Panjabi works of Dr Leyden, the orientalist and poet who left what could be the first english translations of Panjabi texts. This site...

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Hanging by a Thread: The Case of Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar

Navneet Kaur, wife of India's death row inmate, Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, is courteous but wary, seated in her room at the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj in New Delhi. Clad in a...

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Free Bhullar

  The tragic tale of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar (pictured in early 1990s with his wife, Navneet Kaur) begins with the murder of his father, Balwant Singh, and of...

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Panjab Digital Library

Panjab Digital Library represents an effort to preserve and make accessible the rich heritage of Panjab through digitization. For ages, these historical treasures have been...

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Panjab Digital Library

Panjab Digital Library represents an effort to preserve and make accessible the rich heritage of Panjab through digitization. For ages, these historical treasures have been...

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First English Translation of the Prem Sumarag Granth by John Leyden

The translation is based on an early manuscript of the Prem Sumarag Granth. The Prem Sumarag Granth is a essentially a set of codes for the Sikhs. It is split into sections and...

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Ensaaf: Working to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India

Ensaaf works to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India, with a focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing...

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Hanging by a Thread: The Case of Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar

Navneet Kaur, wife of India's death row inmate, Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, is courteous but wary, seated in her room at the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj in New Delhi. Clad in a...

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Punjab Research Group

The Punjab Research Group is a group of independent and interdisciplinary individuals engaged in Punjab Studies. The PRG was established in 1984 and next year will be celebrating...

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Dr John Leyden's Punjabi and Sikh Translations

  This website focusses on the  Panjabi works of Dr Leyden, the orientalist and poet who left what could be the first english translations of Panjabi texts. This site...

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Hanging by a Thread: The Case of Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar

Navneet Kaur, wife of India's death row inmate, Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, is courteous but wary, seated in her room at the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj in New Delhi. Clad in a...

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Dr John Leyden's Punjabi and Sikh Translations

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Ensaaf: Working to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India

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Punjab Research Group

The Punjab Research Group is a group of independent and interdisciplinary individuals engaged in Punjab Studies. The PRG was established in 1984 and next year will be celebrating...

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Sādh Saṅgat: A Discourse on Comparative Religion from a Sikh Perspective by Rawel Singh

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First English Translation of the Prem Sumarag Granth by John Leyden

The translation is based on an early manuscript of the Prem Sumarag Granth. The Prem Sumarag Granth is a essentially a set of codes for the Sikhs. It is split into sections and...

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First English Translation of the Prem Sumarag Granth by John Leyden

The translation is based on an early manuscript of the Prem Sumarag Granth. The Prem Sumarag Granth is a essentially a set of codes for the Sikhs. It is split into sections and...

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Sādh Saṅgat: A Discourse on Comparative Religion from a Sikh Perspective by Rawel Singh

"Sādh Saṅgat" in the Sikh parlance refers to the congregational body of committed human beings who aspire toward the attainment of self-realization while alive through...

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Ensaaf: Working to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India

Ensaaf works to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India, with a focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing...

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Dr John Leyden's Punjabi and Sikh Translations

  This website focusses on the  Panjabi works of Dr Leyden, the orientalist and poet who left what could be the first english translations of Panjabi texts. This site...

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Hanging by a Thread: The Case of Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar

Navneet Kaur, wife of India's death row inmate, Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, is courteous but wary, seated in her room at the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj in New Delhi. Clad in a...

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Free Bhullar

  The tragic tale of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar (pictured in early 1990s with his wife, Navneet Kaur) begins with the murder of his father, Balwant Singh, and of...

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Punjab Research Group

The Punjab Research Group is a group of independent and interdisciplinary individuals engaged in Punjab Studies. The PRG was established in 1984 and next year will be celebrating...

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First English Translation of the Prem Sumarag Granth by John Leyden

The translation is based on an early manuscript of the Prem Sumarag Granth. The Prem Sumarag Granth is a essentially a set of codes for the Sikhs. It is split into sections and...

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Sādh Saṅgat: A Discourse on Comparative Religion from a Sikh Perspective by Rawel Singh

"Sādh Saṅgat" in the Sikh parlance refers to the congregational body of committed human beings who aspire toward the attainment of self-realization while alive through...

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Ensaaf: Working to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India

Ensaaf works to end impunity and achieve justice for mass state crimes in India, with a focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing...

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Dr John Leyden's Punjabi and Sikh Translations

  This website focusses on the  Panjabi works of Dr Leyden, the orientalist and poet who left what could be the first english translations of Panjabi texts. This site...

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Hanging by a Thread: The Case of Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar

Navneet Kaur, wife of India's death row inmate, Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, is courteous but wary, seated in her room at the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj in New Delhi. Clad in a...

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Free Bhullar

  The tragic tale of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar (pictured in early 1990s with his wife, Navneet Kaur) begins with the murder of his father, Balwant Singh, and of...

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Punjab Research Group

The Punjab Research Group is a group of independent and interdisciplinary individuals engaged in Punjab Studies. The PRG was established in 1984 and next year will be celebrating...

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