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Sikh Apps for Android, iPhone and more :)

We want to introduce you with a new and exciting website :

Our aim of creating this website is to provide a platform where users can find all the Sikh apps with ease.

Apart from the apps, users can get updates on various tips and tricks available on web that can benefit our Sikh Sangat.

Whats in it for you ?
# Know about top Sikhism based Android/iPhone/Blackberry/Windows Apps
# Tip: Get regular updates on Sikh News around the globe
# Trick: Email or chat with your friends in Punjabi using GMail ?
# Tip: Share any Hukumnama/Gurbani Shabads with beautiful customizable background and frames ?
# Trick: Get your set of creative comics on Sikh history with heavy discount from Vodafone India. Hurry ! Limited period offer
and many more...!!

What's more ?
1. If you loved the idea behind AppSinghs, we would love if you spread the word about AppSinghs.
2. Do you have any tips or tricks worth sharing with other Sikh members, post it here : "Be an Idea Contributor".

Check out now and stay ahead in Sikh App world. :)

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Peaceful Campaign Against 1984 Injustice - Why should we join?

"Why should we join the campaign? None of our families or relatives was killed in 1984"

If you have similar thoughts as above, please DO WATCH this video.

Forgotten Citizens' Campaign - 3rd Nov at Jantar Mantar

We urge you all (all religions and faiths)..
Please come forward and show your presence on
3rd November 2012, 3 PM onwards at Jantar Mantar, Delhi
for peaceful march till Parliament to show that we have not forgotten and we will not forget.

The pain is 28 years old but it is still a pain. If you feel it, please share it.

TAAJ - The Crown by Satdeep Singh

A story of two friends - Saurav Sharma and Manmeet Singh...

Five Folds by Satdeep Singh

Five Folds is a short movie based on a father and son's relation,
how a son values a precious gift from his father and lives up to his expectations.

Blind Journey by Satdeep Singh

Its the story of a girl who made some blind choices in her life due to which was now on a blind journey.

Born to Lead by Satdeep Singh

The story of this video focuses on a very common problem for Sikh boys and Girls in this modern world. The film tries to make people realize the true value of their heritage as Sikhs and feeling proud. 

"Nihaal 2012" - Sikh Vaisakhi Fest


Date: 29 April 2012
Venue: Auditorium - Guru Gobind Singh college of commerce, pitampura
Time: 4PM - 8PM

Event Details in Sequence
* Ardas and Opening Ceremony
Simran Jam Session by SikhiSidak
* 10 mins Presentation on "Sikh way of life"
Turban Tying with Single Hand by Beant Singh from Chandigarh
DHOL & SARANGI by Singhni’s from Anandpur Sahib
* Live Play on STOP DRUG Consumption – Society Awareness Drive
BACK TO SIKHI - A strong appeal to our youth showing Chardikala of Sabat-Surat Sikhs.
* Live Play on Barbary of Mir Mannu – Sikh History 
* Saabat Surat Ramp-Walk by professionals from different fields
* Special Gatka Performance by Rashpal Kaur (Dance India Dance)
* International Gatka Performance along with Shastar's Workshop from Gatka Group (Anandpur Sahib)
Closing Ceremony and Ardas

Who is Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana?

Are you still wondering who is Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana? Read on...

Bhai Sahib Balwant Singh, a constable, was a close friend of Shaheed Dilawar Singh, a serving police officer in the Punjab Police who on 31 August, 1995 assissinated the then Chief Minister of Punjab, Beant Singh. 

CM Beant Singh’s regime carried brutal and mass level killings of civilian Sikh population of Punjab. Bhai Dilawar Singh carried out the blast and died during the incident. Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara, Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, Bhai Paramjeet Singh Bheora and Bhai Jagtar Singh Tara are the prominent among those charged for assassinating CM Beant Singh. 

Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana had “openly confessed” an involvement and strongly expressed no faith in Indian judiciary. He refused to defend himself in the court and accepted the sentence. He accused Indian courts for applying dual standards of law and accused Indian system for shielding culprits of Sikh genocide 1984. 

In his will, Bhai Balwant Singh expressed desire that his eyes should be transplanted to Hazoori Ragi of Darbar Sahib, visually impaired Bhai Lakhwinder Singh. 

He was recently blessed with Amrit, where an Amrit Sanchar was especially organised for Bhai Sahib by the Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib. 

On March 31st, Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana is set to be  executed in Punjab for his involvement in the assassination of former chief minister of Punjab, Beant Singh.  It will be the first execution in Punjab’s history in 24 years.

Chief minister Beant Singh was involved with carrying out brutal and mass killings of Sikhs in Punjab.  He is widely held responsible by many Sikhs for ordering the kidnap, torture and death of many young Sikh men.  A report by Amnesty International can be found below.

Balwant Singh Rajoana has confessed his involvement in the assassination.  He’s accepted the sentence without protest,  identifying a lack of faith in the Indian judiciary system and accusing Indian courts for applying dual standards of law.

The Indian judiciary system is one that has continued to protect the culprits of the mass killings of Sikhs.  In his will Balwant Singh announced his wish to donate his eyes and other body parts after his death, in particular, he expressed his desire that his eyes should be transplanted to Hazoori Ragi of Darbar Sahib, visually impaired Bhai Lakhwinder Singh.  An English translation of his living will can be found below. 



SikhiSidak launches second series of "Spark" - a personality grooming program

After immense success in inaugural Spark batch, we are happy to announce our second grooming-series SPARK+ focusing on Confidence/ Communication Skills Development/ Grooming of our youth.

We hope that they get prepared to face all kind of challenges in their careers, do the Sewa for Khalsa Panth and live in Chardikala.

The duration of the batch will be 7 weeks with classes on every Saturday and Sunday at Guru Nanak Library, Near Karol Bagh metro station, New Delhi. The tentative batch start date is 4th February with a screening test before the launch.

Registrations have started online on our website and the newly revised and exciting course content is here.

We shall be conducting the screening test in next week. Hurry up with your registration.

"For Details and Enquiry"
9811012718, 9891535372, 8527211771, 8527508389, 9560888066

"Memories of Spark batch-1"

Topic:- Accent Neutralization

Topic:- Body Language

Topic:- Dressing Sense

Topic:- Motivation

Topic:- Personality Development

Topic:- Resume Writing

SikhiSidak is an independent group of Sikh Youth and is not associated with any political party. All presenters in above program are well qualified professionals and doing selfless service.

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