Posts by: Dharmic Office of Public Affairs

Sikh Dharma International Represented in the Sikh 100

Bibiji Inderjit Kaur, the Bhai Sahiba of Sikh Dharma International and Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa, CEO and founder of Sikhnet, have been chosen to be included in the Sikh 100 of 2020. The Sikh 100 profiles some of the most influential people of Sikh heritage from around the world, crossing all sectors including business, education, profession, media, entertainment, sport and charity.
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Meeting at US Department of State

October 22, 2019 Simran Singh Khalsa participated in an intense meetings at the U.S. Department of State in Washington DC, representing Sikh Dharma. The meeting was arranged to hear testimony about the plight of minority groups in Syria including the Kurds, Yezidis, and Christians (among others).  This round-table presentation was to inform community
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Light of Guru Nanak for the World

2019 marks the 550th Birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and this momentous occasion will be commemorated around the world.  As part of our celebration, 3HO and Sikh Dharma are joining together to take a Yatra with about 100 sangat members to India.Whenever the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan attended these historic events, he would always bring
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Ram Das Singh and Jetha in Mexico City for Baisakhi Celebration

Mexico City’s 3HO and Punjabi Sikh communities celebrated Baisakhi together during the weekend of May 11th and invited Ram Das Singh, Gurujot Singh, and Simran Singh from New Mexico to teach and play Gurbani Kirtan for the full weekend of festivities. In Mexico City, Arjan Singh and Arjan Kaur work closely with
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Black History Month – Open House at the U.S. Department of Justice

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Community Relations Service (CRS) hosted an Open House in honor of Black History Month at their new headquarters in Washington D.C. on February 27, 2019. Guru Amrit Kaur and Adarsh Kaur from the Sikh Dharma of Virginia, Office of Public Affairs were in attendance. They enjoyed connecting with DOJ employees
Harpreet Singh Mokha, National Program Manager for Muslim, Arab, Sikh and South Asian (MASSA) Communities for the DOJ; Adarsh Kaur of Sikh Dharma; Thomas Battles, Southeast Regional Director of the DOJ; and Guru Amrit Kaur of Sikh Dharma.