Parveen Dhillon's latest book, Lohri - The Bonfire Festival

An Interview with Children’s Book Author, Parveen Dhillon: “I started making my own resources”

Parveen Kaur Dhillon is a children’s book author who is passionate about spreading multicultural education through telling stories about the celebration of various traditions and holidays. Parveen is also an advisor to the Sikh Research Institute, teaches at the San Jose Gurudwara and continues working closely with spreading cultural awareness at various museums and schools…

Remembering 1984: An excerpt from Amritsar, by Gunisha Kaur

This month marks the 30th anniversary of Operation Bluestar, the attack by the Indian military on Darbar Sahib (also known as the Golden Temple) in Amritsar, Punjab, in June, 1984. In November of that same year, thousands more Sikhs were murdered in organized pogroms in India’s capital city and across the country to avenge the…

Pyaar, by H. Bindy K. Kang-Dhillon

It is in the everyday snippets of motherhood, within this dance between child and mother, that I find tiny moments of Divinity, the kind I never stopped to witness before. Sat Nam Waheguru, Sat Nam Waheguru, Sat Nam Waheguru| My heart wound itself into a fastness my 6 year old body couldn’t understand, but I…

Born From My Heart, by Navjot Kaur

My journey into motherhood was going to be just that – a journey meant just for me. To grieve the loss of motherhood was not an idea I had ever given any serious thought to.  It was just assumed that my four promises to the Guruji would guide and bless us with a child one…