Saturday, 7 January 2012

The Sikh Nugget: 2011 a year in review

Dear Sikh Nugget readers

This blog has been running since 2009 and has built up a large following with visitors from around the world reading important stories on a daily basis. We will continue to bring heritage stories related to the Punjab and Sikh heritage. We have shown videos on heritage, promoted exhibitions and brought cutting edge stories which do not get coverage anywhere else.

We have recent successes with world wide coverage of our stories of the recent Mullocks sales of rare Punjab and Sikh items and also coverage of the Nihang Singh stories. The top 10 stories of 2011 (by number of hits) have been as follows:

* Kar sewa of Gurdwara Kaulsar Sahib’s sarovar begins
* More Sikh and Punjab artefacts on Sale at Mullocks
* Akali Nihang Turban on display at British Museum Exhibition.
* The Lost British Accounts of Sikh texts: lecture report

* Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Questions and Answers released
* The Valiant Ones: A journey into the mesmerizing world of the Sikhs.
* Punjab and Sikh artefacts auction surpasses expectations
* Baisakhi 2011 in pictures
* Nihang Singhs: The educational wisdom of the warriors. 
* Rebel Queen Jindan – a thorn in the crown

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Thanks again for visiting and supporting this site and making it the No.1 choice and the premier website on Punjab and Sikh heritage. The Facebook site will also be up this month. 

Gurinder Singh Mann and the Sikh Nugget team.

Content Editor


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