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Sikh Web: A lifeline for the faith in a non-Indian world

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Sikhs often congregate for dawn prayer services like this one in New Mexico. But, with the help of his blog, Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa has created a virtual sangat (congregation) for his daily morning prayers. (Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa)

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Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa created and now works for Sikhnet.com with Executive Director, Guruka Singh (Courtesy of Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa)

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Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa, also known as Mr. Sikhnet, shares his life and his faith with other Sikhs online. (Courtesy of Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa)

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Many of the 23 million Sikhs scattered around the globe use the Internet to communicate with one another. The Web has become a lifeline for the faith and its youth, helping Sikhs everywhere adapt their ancestors’ religion to new, non-Indian worlds.


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