Sikh Sunehan

The Sikh Education Council’s quarterly publication ‘Sikh Sunehan’ has been published periodically for over twenty-five years. The publication is a vehicle for aspiring academic writers, but more importantly a bridge between those actively engaged in Sikh Studies and the Sikh Sangat at large.

Sikh Sunehan is distributed free of charge to members of our classes and circles, and to attendees of other programmes including quarterly public seminars. However, members of the public can request a years worth of the publication (4 editions) to be delivered directly to their home address by making a one-off donation of £25 (see below).

Submissions for publication are welcomed primarily of academic articles, but also of works of poetry, short stories and book reviews pertaining or relating to the Sikh way of life. Abstracts should be sent by message form in the first instance for consideration.

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SUMMER 2017

Why Darbar Sahib and not Golden Temple?
DR PARGAT SINGH & HARWINDER SINGH

The Black Prince
JASJEET SINGH

Socio-political implications of recent refurbishment and architectural changes to Darbar Sahib
PARAMDIP KAUR

The nature of “Sikh ‘radicalisation’ in Britain”
DR JASJIT SINGH

Operation Blue Star – The Clash of Civilisations
AVTAR SINGH

Review – ‘Bhagat Singh’, Panj Teer Records & Heritage Productions
HARWINDER SINGH

Behind the cover art
JASJEET SINGH

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SPRING 2017

The real ‘Shabeel’ of 1606
RANVEER SINGH

Anandpur Sahib Resolution

How the 18th Century Khalsa Republic can inspire tolerance today
DR PARGAT SINGH

New life
GURLEEN KAUR

Celebrating Hola Mohalla
HARWINDER SINGH

Review – ‘Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha’ by Ajmer Singh
AVTAR SINGH

Behind the cover art
BALJINDER KAUR

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WINTER 2016

Dismissing the politics of unity: internal protocol and Khalsa Raj
HARWINDER SINGH

Understanding Indian strategies to contain Sikh Nationalism by destroying Sikh cultural memory
DR JASVIR SINGH

President Trump: Why we should still love America(ns)
PARMJIT SINGH

A brief exploration of Guru period macro urbanism and its relevance to the exposition of the Sikh world view
RANJEET SINGH SHAHI

The loneliness of Sikhs
AVTAR SINGH

Review – ‘Outjusticed 2’, Sikh Siyasat
JAGDIP SINGH

Behind the cover art
PARMJEET SINGH

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AUTUMN 2016

The Legacy of the Mughals from a Sikh Perspective
DR PARGAT SINGH & PALBINDER SINGH

Collections and collectors in the court of Ranjit Singh
PARAMDIP KAUR

The neuro-biology of depression
DR PALWINDER KAUR MANDER

Depression, stigma and South Asians
DR ONKAR SINGH REHAL

Reasserting meaning to the Anand Karaj
HARWINDER SINGH

Review – ‘Snapshots of Punjab’ by Saffron Mic
RANBIR SINGH

Behind the cover art
ARTFUL SKECHA

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SUMMER 2016

Reflections on Maharani Jind Kaur
KIRAN BHOGAL

The Assassination of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale
HARWINDER SINGH

Debating Nationalism in India
AVTAR SINGH

From Kavis to Rappers: The Transformative Power of Hip-hop for Sikhs
NARVIR SINGH

The effects of Abrahamic and Brahminical influences on Sikhi
RANVEER SINGH

Review – ‘Wings: Flyboy’ by Tom Palmer
UTTAM SINGH

Behind the cover art
JASPREET SINGH