Sikhs open up, explain community

by | Mar 2, 2017 | Uncategorized

Gurvinder Singh and his children Tripat Kaur, 7 and Amrik Singh, 8, enjoy a meal at “langar,” during which food is provided to anyone, regardless of beliefs or background.


By Greg Ford

Staff Writer

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Jasvir and Gurvinder Singh live in different cities; Murphy and Sachse, to be precise.

Yet, they also are members of a common community, one that exists in large numbers in many parts of the globe, including North Texas, but one that is both not well known and misunderstood.

For the full story see the March 2 issue and the e-Edition at


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