Show. Don’t Tell.

By Harbans Lal, PhD., D.Lit. (Hons). The Indian Diaspora community in Nova Scotia invited me to a picnic during a visit there one summer. After a tasty meal, a group of people sat down and engaged in a conversation about the Guru Granth Sahib. It was a healthy dialogue, and all were pleased to learn […]

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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

He Served The Sikh Nation With Passion & Dedication: Ganga Singh Dhillon

By Dr. Harbans Lal Sardar Ganga Singh Dhillon left for his timeless journey, as we call it in the Sikh tradition, on September 24, 2014. The cause was injuries resulting from an accidental fall followed by medical complications over a period of several weeks. Although I had known Ganga Singh from his student days in… Read More He Served The Sikh Nation With Passion & Dedication: Ganga Singh Dhillon

Nanak’s Legacy of Interfaith Engagement: Lahore International Conference

Harbans Lal, Ph.D., D. Litt. (Hon) My last visit to Pakistan was in February 2006, when I led a delegation of Sikh scholars on a pilgrimage tour of our holy shrines. I also co-organized a conference there as Executive Vice President of the Sri Nanakana Sahib Foundation. The late Sardar Ganga Singh Dhillon was the… Read More Nanak’s Legacy of Interfaith Engagement: Lahore International Conference