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Her Name Is Kaur has now been released!

While Her Name is Kaur is specific to the Sikh American woman’s experience, the truths told in it about identity and faith, and relationships and love are universal. Many of the stories are set against the backdrop of the post 9/11 environment, discrimination, and violence. The courageous voices of the writers give us all the…

Panel Discussion at Stanford University, May 16, 2014

We are excited to announce that members of The Sikh Love Stories Project have been invited to the Center for South Asia, Stanford University in Stanford, California, for a panel discussion on the inspiration, process, and execution of Her Name Is Kaur: Sikh American Women Write About Love, Courage, and Faith as part of The Sikh Love Stories Project…

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A letter from the editor: Welcome!

I am Meeta Kaur and I am the managing editor and organizer of The Sikh Love Stories Project. The project started off as a simple wish to publish a book featuring Sikh American voices. I am happy to announce that it has expanded into a published book and so much more. The Sikh Love Stories…

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Join us at Sikholars 2014 in Stanford, CA!

The Sikh Love Stories Project will be at Sikholars 2014 Graduate Student Conference at Stanford University, Stanford, California, on February 15-16, 2014. Come and partake in dialogue, education and exploration on a variety of Sikh-related topics, and engage with us at the Saturday night dinner. See for more information.

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Meet our Editorial Board!

Meeta Kaur Meeta is a writer and the Managing Editor of the Sikh Love Stories Project. Meeta is committed to the literary arts and the power story-telling has to transform lives. Meeta has written several essays, op-eds, and articles for NPR, Sikh Chic, Asian Week, and Hyphen Magazine. As an online Hyphen Magazine blogger and…