THE SCYTHIANS AND THE JUTTS

There is enough evidence to support the view that Jutts of Panjab are descendants of Asian Scythians. The Asian steppe, the original home of the Scythian is a large land mass extending from southern Siberia in the east to an area around the Black Sea in the west. Although clusters of trees may be found […]

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Since 1963, we have traveled almost every year from East to West and North to South to cover the North American Continent. We used to travel by car about five to six thousand miles during summer vacation. We went from one city to another, from one home to another in search of material connected with […]

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Turbans: Filmed in Astoria, About Astoria

Astoria has provided an amazing backdrop for many films over the last number of years. In fact, we could tell a short story based on titles alone: A kindergarten cop freed a whale named Willy, short circuited, went a little goonie and became a teenage mutant ninja turtle for the third time. But does that […]

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THE SIKHS COME TO STAY IN CANADA

The Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee was to be celebrated in 1897. The government of India sent Sikh Lancers and Infantry Regiment to London to attend the jubilee. After the celebration, these stalwart Sikh soldiers were to return home by way of Canada. After crossing the Atlantic by ship, they traveled from Montreal to Vancouver by train. […]

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Senate Approves Post Office

SENATE APPROVES ISSA BILL TO NAME TEMECULA POST OFFICE AFTER FORMER RIVERSIDE REP. DALIP SINGH SAUND, PRESIDENT TO SIGN LEGISLATION INTO LAW  June 30, 2005  Washington, DC -The U.S. Senate, last night, unanimously voted to honor former Riverside and Imperial County Congressman Dalip Singh Saund by naming the U.S. Post Office at 30777 Rancho California […]

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KOMAGATA MARU: THE FIRST MARITIME REVOLT

On My Style  My strength is unconventional in analyzing the old data with new findings. When the focus is on a tree, I can see its muscular grandeur and when it is on the forest then I see its panoramic beauty. A historical event is a valuable study only if it can relate to the […]

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Indo-Americans in the Promised Land

Ghadar Party Officially Wound Up:  With the freedom of India from 1947, the Ghadar party in the U.S. became an obsolete organization. From the year 1917 onwards, it was there mostly in name with no serious political activities taking place anywhere there. In 1947, one Inder Singh of Fresno was its President. Till then to […]

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