Learning about faiths
Church official visits Golden
Rev Kathleen Stone, Chaplain, Church Centre for the United Nations, visited
Golden Temple and met with Jathedar Akal Takht Joginder Singh Vedanti. Reverend
Stone, who was in the city on a special invitation from the United Sikhs, took
keen interest in understanding the evolution of the religion, starting from the
First Guru to the ordainment of Khalsa and initiation of new holy order with
Guru Granth Sahib.
Nimrat Sarup Singh who saved the life of an old woman being honoured by officials of the United Sikhs.—
Photo by Rajiv Sharma
to protect Sikh identity
A seminar was organised on “Role of religion and NGOs in 21st century - a Sikh
perspective” at Golden Temple here. Scholars discussed the impact and working of Sikh NGOs. They also discussed the identity, values, polity, participation in global fora and understanding about global affairs of the Sikhs.
Rev Kathleen Stone, Chaplain, Church Centre for the United Nations, being honoured at the Golden Temple
complex. — Photo by Rajiv Sharma
City’s literary journey
The Holy City, founded by Guru Ram Dass, is steeped in history with its rich
religious and cultural heritage. While Golden Temple adorns the city like a
crown, the Jallianwala Bagh stands as an epitaph to the freedom struggle.
(From left) Parminderjeet, Amrik Singh Aman, Amrita Pritam and
Imroz. — A file photo
DAV tiny tots have a ball
The tiny-tots of DAV Public School organised their school’s annual day with
performances on five elements of the universe. An exhibition-cum-fete was also
organised. Attired in colourful dresses, the students of nursery classes brought
forth the unusual theme in a dance and song sequence.