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Dhan Dhan Mata Sahib Kaur Ji

Sikhs across the globe have been celebrating the Avtar Divas of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji over the last few weeks. This is the day Mata Ji took on human form to bless us. Akaal Publishers in partnership with Kaurageous and other like minded Sikh individuals came together some years ago to celebrate Mata Ji by creating a music track and…

Facebook banning Sikh posts

After yesterday’s mass Facebook banning of posts and accounts across the Sikhisphere we have done some digging into what has and is going on. Facebook has introduced some new words to their lists of banned terms, two we found to be popular yesterday were ‘Baba Gurbachan Singh Manochahal’ and ‘Bhai Jugraj Singh Toofan.’ So any posts that had used these…

Halloween of 1984

After the assassination of Indira Gandhi the prime minister of India on 31st October 1984, Sikhs were murdered, raped, injured and made homeless in Delhi and locations throughout India, in a premeditated and meticulously planned genocide. Listen to our article about what happened or alternatively read the pdf on https://akaalpublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Haloween-and-the-Sikhs-01-1.pdf Watch our digital documentary ‘Genocide 1984’ to learn more You…

Anand Karaj – Sikh Weddings & LGBT

After the gay Sikh wedding in the USA, social media accounts have been rampantly discussing the legitimacy of the process and if it was right or wrong? This article aims to dispel myths and false propaganda by neo-liberals who want to change the perfect Sikhi given to us by the Gurus. The Sri Akaal Takhat Sahib banned Gay Sikh weddings…

Meaning of the Sikh Wedding

What is the purpose of marriage for Sikhs? What does the Anand Karaj (Sikh wedding) signify? What does it mean for those participating in it? To learn about the answers to such vital questions for those getting married and being in married life, please read our short article on the topic which you can access here https://akaalpublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Meaning-Sikh-Weddings.pdf Image of Sikh…

Back in stock – Reflections on 1984

Our popular book ‘Reflections on 1984’ which provides an academic analysis of the Sikh struggles from 1984 – 2004 is now back in print for our valued audience. We apologize in the delays in getting the back in print. You can now purchase the book by clicking on this link & selecting your preferred purchase platform https://akaalpublishers.com/?product=reflections-on-1984

Defending Sachkand – June 1984

From the 1 June 1984 – 6 June 1984 Indian paramilitary forces and the army attacked the most sacred Gurdwara of the Sikhs – Sri Harmandir Sahib which has the ambrosial pool of Amritsar (also commonly known as the Golden Temple). The Indian army murdered thousands of innocent worshipers and some Sikhs saw it better to giving a fitting response…

Innocents Lost in 1984

Our audio drama ‘Innocents Lost in 1984’ is now available to hear on soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/akaalpublishers/innocents-lost-in-1984 War takes innocent lives. Open gunfire does not discriminate between target and bystander. Caught in the crossfire of friendly fire, unsuspecting citizens fall foul to military bullets. On 1st June 1984, the Indian army was deployed across the Northern Indian state of Punjab. It is…