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- proper n. A Gujarati surname that was later adopted by Sikhs
- proper n. A Sikh surname.
- proper n. A male given name used by Sikhs, often but not necessarily a middle name.
- proper n. A surname common among the Rajput clan from Rajasthan, India
- proper n. A surname common among the states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh in India
Sardaar Satvir Singh Jee and he was out of the water, a singh who could swim went in and grabbed a hold of whatever he could, the Singh who had been pushed up had long hair, and so the Singh who dived in got a hold of his hair an pulled him out by his hair, the Singh's hair saved his life!!!
PHAGWARA: The local police has arrested three alleged assailants including two brothers identified as Arvinder Singh@ Deepi his brother Parvinder Singh @ Pappal and Lakhwinder Singh @ Pappa all residents of local Gaushala bazar and their unknown accompliances on the charges of murdering a youth Vishal Bugga on Phagwara-Palahai road near local Kamla Nehru College for Women late last night.
While in the water, fighting for his life, he heard a voice say 'its not your time yet, you have still got alot of simran to do', and then he had a big push up by Gursikh Sardaar Satvir Singh Jee and he was out of the water, a singh who could swim went in and grabbed a hold of whatever he could, the Singh who had been pushed up had long hair, and so the Singh who dived in got a hold of his hair an pulled him out by his hair, the Singh's hair saved his life!!!
Brahmans serving in the army sometimes take the title Singh, which is more properly assumed by Râjpûts or Sikhs.
Vandana Singh is a writer whose short fiction I adore.
The Nanakpanthis of the present day are roughly classified as Sikhs who have not adopted the term Singh, which is attached to the names of all true Sikhs; they also do not forbid smoking or insist on the adoption of the five _Kakkas_ or K's which are in theory the distinguishing marks of the Sikh; the _Kes_ or uncut hair and unshaven beard; the _Kachh_ or short drawers ending above the knee; the _Kara_ or iron bangle; the _Khanda_ or steel knife; and the _Kanga_ or comb.
"Singh" is a more common surname among Sikhs than "Smith" is for anglos.
Henceforth, the appellation Singh (meaning lion) would be attached to every member of the brotherhood and they would be required to wear a uniform that had to include the so-called five Ks: Kesh (unshorn hair); Kanga (a wooden comb tucked under the hair); Kara (a steel bracelet); Kachera (shorts to enable riding and soldering); and Kirpan (a sword).
A teacher, writer, musician, shaman, minister and healer, Guru Singh is credited for bringing Kundalini Yoga (the yoga of awareness) to the West.
Now if they announce that Tarsem Singh is going to be the director, THEN, I'm starting to get interested ... quintushalls
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