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Throwback: I “broke” into a Chiang Mai Gurdwara

Given the title of this post, I probably sound like an incredibly bad person. Absolutely downright awful. Just terrible. But hold on and hear me about. It’s a story with a memorable ending. After all, traveling is all about creating new memories.

Thailand has about 20 Sikh temples, or Gurdwaras. My trip to Southeast Asia (Thailand and Cambodia) was 19 days long; Continue reading Throwback: I “broke” into a Chiang Mai Gurdwara

Happy Vaisakhi, Gurdwaras Around the World

Happy Vaisakhi! April marks the time when Sikhs around the world celebrate Vaisakhi. This year Vaisakhi was celebrated on Friday, April 14th. Vaisakhi marks an important day in the lives of Sikhs. The day is significant because its a day to recognize and remember the Sikh identity and commemorates the formation of the Khalsa Panth in 1699. It’s also considered a Spring festival. Wikipedia is a great resource to read up more on Vaisakhi.

As for me and my family, we attended an evening Sikh Gurdwara diwan on Continue reading Happy Vaisakhi, Gurdwaras Around the World