The Sikh identity.

The sikh identity.

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Sikhs have retained a physical identity that distinguishes them in public since the beginning of the tradition, even in the backdrop of South Asia. This identification defines someone who has formally committed to the values of the faith by accepting initiation and contains five articles of fait...

Amritsari Papad & Wadiyan - Specialty of Amritsar.

Amritsari papad & wadiyan - specialty of amritsar.

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Amritsari Papad or papar is a variety of snack specific to Amritsar, Punjab. Amritsari Papad is famous across the worldAmritsari papad is made from dough, hulled urad flour, liberally with salt, black pepper, cumin, coriander, pomegranate seeds, and someti...

Authentic Punjabi Pickles

Authentic punjabi pickles

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No Indian meal is complete without a Pickle, it’s top on the list among Indian meals. It contains oil & Salt contents which are essential for the process of Lacto-fermentation which prevents the growth of bad bacteria in pickles. Pickles are good source of vitamin K2, which helps in absorption o...

Kolu Oils / Cold Pressed Oils

Kolu oils / cold pressed oils

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Cold Pressed oils are obtained by pressing oil seeds at room temperature and no extra heat or chemicals are used, which make it healthiest. There are lots of Benefits of Cold Pressed oils also known as Kolhu / Kolu oils or Khachi Ghani or Chekku oils. Now a days cold pressed oil are used around ...

Why does every Sikh Tie a Turban?

Why does every sikh tie a turban?

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Since Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s time, the turban has been an important component of Sikh tradition. According to historical accounts, all Sikh Gurus wore turbans, and their followers — Sikhs — have worn them since the faith's inception. The turban is a symbol of devotion to the Sikh Gurus. It designat...

Sikhism at a glance

Sikhism at a glance

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Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of the Sikh tradition, was born in 1469 in the Punjab region of South Asia, which is now divided between Pakistan and India's north-western part. Punjab, on the Indian side of the border, still houses the majority of the world's Sikh population. Guru Nanak dev ji, ...

Why Sikhs Wear a Turban?

Why sikhs wear a turban?

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The dastaar, as the Sikh turban is known, is a vital component of faith in Sikhism, and should not be dismissed as mere cultural adornment! When a Sikh men or women wears a turban, the turban loses its distinction as just a piece of cloth and becomes one with the Sikh's head. The turban, as w...

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