Canada Appoints Palbinder Kaur Shergill to Supreme Court

Dr. (Bhai) Harbans Lal The Sikh world is thrilled about the historic achievement of a Sikh youth leader being appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in New Westminster. The Honorable Madam Justice Palbinder Kaur Shergill Q.C. is the first Sikh woman wearing the Sikh symbol of uncut hair and a… Read More Canada Appoints Palbinder Kaur Shergill to Supreme Court

Losing Ground: Religions OR Gradually Sneaking Religiosities?

By Harbans Lal, PhD., D.Lit. (Hons).  RELIGIOSITY IS ONLY RITUALS To distinguish the Religion from the Religiosity may mean many things but I am using the term religiosity here for the practices that, with time, creep up as being superficially religious. Usually, they are inappropriate superstitions that give birth to a variety of religious rituals.… Read More Losing Ground: Religions OR Gradually Sneaking Religiosities?

Interfaith Activist Dr. Harbans Lal Receives 2016 International Lifetime Achievements Award

By Saeed Qureshi Dr. Harbans Lal was among a group of faith leaders receiving the “International Medal of Honor” award for his lifelong commitment to promoting interfaith engagement among adherents of the world’s religions. An Award Banquet was held on November 12, 2016, in Irving, Texas to recognize 28 Honorees with achievements in several categories… Read More Interfaith Activist Dr. Harbans Lal Receives 2016 International Lifetime Achievements Award