GHANAIA Katrina Hurricane Relief



External Link Icon REMEDY Supplies Much Needed Medical Supplies for Katrina Survivors
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December 11, 2005


External Link Icon Sikhs of New Orleans Unveil Plans for Children's Future
The Guru Nanak Missionary Society of Louisiana and UNITED SIKHS will run a Panjabi Academy, a partnership that emerged in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The educational institution will boost the…
October 29, 2005


External Link Icon Hurricane Katrina—Destruction and Devastation
Hurricane Katrina made landfall here on Saturday, August 27th with disastrous consequences. The devastation and suffering caused by this disaster has not been seen in the United States for nearly 100 years. …
September 25, 2005
External Link Icon Rescuing the Sacred Book
A loved one left behind while evacuating for Hurricane Katrina prompted a rescue mission from Sikh community members last week. The object of the rescue: Guru Granth Sahib, their sacred book, left in their place of worship in New Orleans East. …
September 17, 2005
External Link Icon Sikhs Brave New Orleans Floods to Rescue Holy Book
Undeterred by the polluted flood waters that had all but submerged the gurudwara (Sikh temple) in New Orleans, undeterred by the curfews imposed by town officials, and undeterred by the numerous clearance requirements to go into the cordoned off areas, the United Sikhs of …
September 17, 2005
External Link Icon Guru Granth Sahib Retrieved from Flooded Gurdwara
A group of Sikhs has retrieved Guru Granth Sahib from a New Orleans gurdwara submerged under nine feet of water after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast of the USA almost two weeks ago. …
September 16, 2005
External Link Icon Guru Granth Sahib Floats on Water
WASHINGTON: An intrepid group of U.S-based Sikhs have defied odds and a chaotic situation in New Orleans to save the Sikh holy scriptures from a submerged gurdwara in the flooded city. …
September 9, 2005
External Link Icon United Sikhs' Assistance to Hurricane Katrina Victims
Americans have been introduced to the glorious tradition of "langar" (community kitchen) in the wake of the misery caused by the Katrina hurricane. The "langar" was started in Punjab by Sikh Gurus about 500 years ago…
September 8, 2005
Adobe PDF document Article about UNITED SIKHS Katrina Relief Project in Panjabi Newspaper Chardi Kala
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September 7, 2005
External Link Icon Aftermath of Katrina Overwhelming
New Orleans, Louisiana (KP) - "Beyond imaginable!" Those were the words used by US President George W. Bush on Friday after he visited some of the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina, which struck off the Gulf of Mexico and bulldozed its way through three states…
September 4, 2005

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