Hardev Singh Virk

Hardev Singh Virk
Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University

Ph. D. (Marie Curie U. Paris)
Research on Groundwater Contamination of Punjab due to Uranium, Fluoride and Heavy Metals.

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Introduction
My assignment with Punjabi University, Patiala (India) as Professor of Eminence ended in 2019. Presently, I am working as Professor of Eminence (Physics) in SGGS World University, Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjab). My research on Groundwater contamination in Punjab and its Mitigation continues. The data collected by Department of Water Supply and Sanitation (DWSS) Punjab on U, and other Heavy Metals have been analysed.
Additional affiliations
November 2013 - present
Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University (SGGS WU), Fatehgarh Sahib, India
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Our group is engaged in fabrication of nanostructures, viz. nanowires, core-shell Q. dots and Nano-phosphors. We are running 5 year M.Sc/M.Tech programmes in SGGS WU in area of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology.
November 2013 - October 2016
Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • I was involved as Consultant for Promotion of Research in Nanotechnology and as Member of Board of Studies.
January 2010 - present
Eternal University
Position
  • Professor Emeritus
Description
  • I help them in organising Programs in Academic Research.
Education
October 1970 - October 1972
Sorbonne Université
Field of study
  • Elementary Particles (HE Nuclear Physics)
July 1961 - April 1963
Aligarh Muslim University
Field of study
  • High Energy Physics

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Publications (926)
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Who were the real culprits for this Partition? In my view, the greatest culprit were the British Rulers who shirked their responsibility to keep the India united at all costs but they proved to be utter failure at the spur of the moment and left India in a great hurry. They declared that India will be a free nation in June 1948 in British Parliamen...
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Soil gas radon concentration measurement studies have been carried out globally to determine the health hazard effects of radon due to its seepage in indoor air of dwellings. It is a useful parameter for geochemical exploration of Uranium and earthquake precursory studies. Most of the countries, including Canada, have designed building codes to red...
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Indoor radon concentration activity measurement has been considered as a useful parameter in evaluation of health hazards due to radon. The major health hazard is lung cancer attributable to radon in Canada which causes 16% of total lung cancer deaths. The purpose of this study is to determine indoor radon concentration (Bq/m 3) and effective annua...
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Nadhra Khan reminisces about the glory and glitter of Ranjit Singh’s darbār in Lahore fort based on the available contemporary sources [2], the glory that was lost forever after annexation by the British in 1849. Maharaja was a great entertainer for his guests. He wanted to establish that Lahore darbār and its glory is unmatched compared with any o...
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This essay is dedicated to Sikh Art and Architecture of Maharaja Ranjit Singh era in Lahore. Nadhra has beautifully explained the originality of Sikh Art and debunked the colonial narrative being dished out in South Asia over the last two centuries. Nadhra is a specialist in the history of art and architecture of the Punjab from the sixteenth to...
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Guru Nanak was a born revolutionary. He revolted against the established religious practices at a very young age. At the age of nine, the young Nanak refused to wear the sacred thread (janeau) which was an affront to the family and the Hindu clergy called to perform the ritual. Nanak surprised everyone present by his logical reasoning, "What is the...
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Sukhmandar has a brilliant academic record with Masters in Civil Engineering from IIT, Delhi and a Doctorate from University of California at Berkeley (UCB). After serving as a Senior Project Engineer in a top Consulting Company of San Francisco, he joined Santa Clara University (SCU) and currently holds the position of Professor of Civil, Environm...
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In 1947 Partition Archive, my story describes our escape from Kamoke on 14th August 1947 leaving our home and hearth in a jam-packed military truck. I have been fortunate to visit Pakistan thrice to participate in Summer College and International Conferences during 1981, 1983 and 1988. I was lucky to visit my ancestral house in Kamoke twice to revi...
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In Scientific Research, hopes and frustrations are involved. What is Nature of Reality in Scientific Research? It is a blog based on my real life experience. Some times when you don't see any light at the end of the tunnel, prayer helps to restore your confidence and hope in life.
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This volume is dedicated to the 400th Parkash Purab of Guru Tegbahadar Sahib, the ninth Guru of the Sikhs. The editors pay glowing tributes: “Guru Teghbahadar Sahib was perfection beyond description: an eternal wisdom, a benevolent warrior, a fierce advocate, and a perfect leader for nation building. The Guru added new dimensions of social activism...
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Dr SS Bhatti is a versatile author. The contents of this volume are composed of four books: “Stray Musings; Dictionary of de-ACRONYM-isation; New Coinages; and, POEMS based on de-ACRONYM-isation”. Introduction to the original volume published in 2013 explains the purpose of writing this anthology: “These Stray Musings I have been regularly noting d...
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Looking for Paradigm Shift in Sikhi to make it a global religion.
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550th Anniversary of GURU NANAK was celebrated in 2019 but no change in status quo of Sikhi is visible at the global level. Sikh Religion needs to be re-interpreted in modern context in the age of Science and Technology. Documentary series of Guru Nanak's travels by Amardeep Singh have established the inclusive nature of Sikh Religion but our Sikh...
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Sikh religion has a view of life which differs from other Indian religious traditions. For example, Guru Nanak rejected the asceticism and advocated the life of a house holder who earns his livelihood by dint of hard labour and shares the fruits of his earnings with needy persons in the society. My reading of the Sikh Scripture convinced me that ‘h...
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This list includes my publications in Interdisciplinary areas of Research starting from Elementary Particles & Cosmic Rays; Geochronology & FT Dating; Radon Studies and Earthquake Prediction; Heavy Ion Radiation Damage Studies in SSNTDS (Polymers, Glasses and Minerals); Naotechnology; Groundwater Contamination due to Uranium and Heavy Metals; Histo...
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The Sikh scripture, Sri Guru Granth Sahib has contributions from 36 authors, including 6 gurus and many others from different faiths of India. The power of recital of holy shabads is narrated in this short note as experienced by the author in his life.
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We covered the biography of Professor Baldev Singh Sood: The Man who created the Physics Department in Punjabi University, Patiala in Part I of this series. In this part II, we are going to read the views and opinions (Memoirs) of some of his former Research Scholars, who had the benefit of his supervision for research leading to the doctorate in P...
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Suman Bala Beri belongs to a middle class family of Himachal area of old Punjab but her father was Headmaster of a High School in Simla.She is the FIRST Woman Professor of Physics of Punjab University, Chandigarh. She was a collaborator in Fermi Lab D0 and CERN CMS Experiment and thus became a discoverer of 3 new Particles of standard Model. The ST...
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There was a CONSPIRACY against Punjabi Language and its Gurmukhi Script due to Communal Divide in Colonial Punjab. Although, Punjabi was the common language of ordinary people. However, instead of choosing the shared spoken language Punjabi, its elite were divided along religious traditions of the subcontinent. This meant Punjabi speaking Hindus ar...
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This Presentation is scheduled for World Water Day on March 22, 2022 in Desh Bhagat University, Gobindgarh, Punjab (India). Its FOCUS is on Groundwater Crisis in Punjab due to Uranium and Heavy Metals.
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It is a story of an Orientalist, Dr GW Leitner who was First Principal of Govt. College Lahore and Founder of Oriental College, Lahore. He was prime Motivsator for creation of Oriental University which ended up as Punjab University, Lahore in 1882.
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Suman Beri is one of the inventors of top quark, single top quark and Higgs boson. She is one of the top ten Indian physicists with highest h-index. She is one of the persons who work for the promotion of girls’ education. This is an inspiring biography for our young students, specially the girls of this country who face lot of hardships in the pat...
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The secular Punjab of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was divided on communal lines after its occupation and the colonial rulers exploited this divide to their advantage. Outwardly, they were showing sympathy that western education will be introduced to promote vernacular language and literature. As the issue was forced by the colonial initiative to reform t...
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Fluoride contamination in groundwater is worldwide. Excess fluoride in drinking water causes serious health risks, and as a result, fluoride contamination of water resources is a global concern. In this study, an attempt has been made to provide the distribution of fluoride and related non-carcinogenic health hazards to local individual groups (mal...
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This article sums up in a nutshell the draft of Wiki Entry which was found unacceptable by the Wiki team. The authors think that it may be a useful window on the life and work of Hardev Singh Virk.
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Guru Nanak was founder of Sikh religion. He travelled for 24 years in India and Asian Countries to preach his Message of Universal Brotherhood. He was a revolutionary par excellence who combined spiritual and temporal aspects of religion.
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Radon activity levels were measured in the five Lakes and Fraser River water samples collected from different locations of British Columbia in Canada. The purpose of this study was to compare Radon activity levels in all six sources of water. Water was collected in air tight bottles and stored for two weeks before investigation. LR-115 Type II nucl...
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This Essay describes the Creation of Panjab University Chandigarh after the Partition of Panjab in 1947. The East Panjab Government had to promulgate an Ordinance on September 27, 1947, setting up the East Panjab University (now the Panjab University, Chandigarh) with effect from October 1, 1947. There was no fanfare, there were no trumpets. This i...
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The Oriental College, Lahore has a chequered history of origin and survival during its more than 150 years of existence. It was proposed as a forerunner of Oriental University in North-West India, a dream project of Dr. Gottlieb Wilhelm (G.W) Leitner [1], an Indologist par excellence and a well wisher of Oriental Learning in Panjab. It was created...
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Einstein’s general theory of relativity presented in 1915, is in reality a cosmological theory. Various Models were proposed based on this theory. All these models of the universe start from a condition of infinite density which is called a singular state. The creation or expansion of the universe from singular state is referred to as ‘Big Bang’. G...
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Dr. Leitner was appointed the first Principal of the Government College, Lahore in 1864. He was the force behind the idea of setting up a university in Panjab. He founded Anjuman-i-Panjab in 1865, a propagandist literary society for promotion of education and himself became its Secretary. When Panjab University College was sanctioned by Govt. of In...
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Govt. College Lahore was the first College established in Punjab after its annexation in 1849 with British India. The Article describes the history of Gov. College Lahore (1914-1947). Part I is covering period from 1864-1914.
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After reorganization of Punjab as an administrative unit of India, plans for its overall development were prepared. To boost its rural economy, Canal Colonies were developed in West Punjab by digging up canals to promote irrigation of barren lands. But there was a need to develop education to bring out all these changes and implement new agenda of...
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It is a story of those brave hearts who struggled for introduction of modern education in Panjab. Dr GW Leitner was the force behind the idea of setting up a university in Punjab. He founded Anjuman-i-Punjab in 1865, a propagandist literary society for promotion of education and himself became its Secretary. From the very outset, this society start...
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After the annexation of Punjab in 1849, the British Indian government started planning for introduction of modern European system of education in Punjab. Dr GW Leitner was the force behind the idea of setting up a university in Punjab. He founded Anjuman-e-Punjab in 1865, a propagandist literary society for promotion of education. Dr Leitner prepar...
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Despite numerous studies, there are many knowledge gaps in our understanding of uranium (U) contamination in the alluvial aquifers of Punjab, India. In this study, ea. large hydrogeochemical data was compiled to better understand the major factors controlling the mobility and enrichment of uranium (U) in this groundwater system. The results showed...
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The purpose of this essay is to explore the concept of God, the Ultimate Reality, in the Sikh religion, one of the five major religions of the world. Our thesis will be based on Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS), the Sikh scripture, and the Sikh theology derived from its basic concepts. We shall mostly rely on foundational principles of Sikhism preached...
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This Article discusses Life and Achievements of Professor Baldev Singh Sood who was Founder Head of Physics department in Punjabi University, Patiala. The Department made progress under his stewardship.The expansion phase of Physics department started in 1970 with introduction of B.Sc. (Hons). M.Sc. in Applied Physics was started in 1975. Under job...
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The present volume under review has eleven Chapters with focus on the teaching faculty of Physics Department of Calcutta University (CU). It is a joint publication by three authors, two teachers of the Physics department of CU, Gautam Gangopadhyay and Anirban Kundu, and Rajinder Singh of Oldenburg University, Germany who is a well established histo...
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Snehamoy Datta (1894-1955), belongs to the ‘Golden era of Indian Physics’, that is, the first three decades of the 20th century. S. Datta was founder of absorption spectroscopy in India.SD received D.Sc. from the University of London for his work: “1. On the spectra of the alkaline earth fluorides and their relation to each other. 2. The spectrum o...
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It ia story of two brilliant Scientists of my village who motivated me for higher studies as My Role Models. I believe, Role Models can play a vital role in rural society. Both these gentlemen, Bal Singh Bajwa & Prem Singh Kahlon, had grown out of their environment of backward areas of Punjab (India) and studied in UC Berkeley (1926-28) and LSU Bat...
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I joined GNE College, Ludhiana on 26 September, 1963. Soon, I came to realize that environment of GNE is not like other degree colleges in Punjab. Principal Tara Singh was a strict disciplinarian. He expected all teachers and students to be punctual and arrive in the college at least five minutes before the appointed time for the college to start i...
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It is the short biography of Principal Tara Singh who may be considered as Founder of Engineering education in Punjab.He joined Khalsa College, Amritsar as a science student and passed F.Sc. (Intermediate in Science) in 1918 securing First division. He joined Thomson College of Engineering, Roorkee (1847-1949), one of the oldest in Asia, and comple...
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Radon activity concentrations were measured in the ocean, swamp and well water samples collected from Surrey region of British Columbia in Canada. The purpose of this study was to compare radon activity in all three sources of water. Water was collected in air tight bottles and stored for 2 weeks before investigation. LR-115 Type II nuclear track d...
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The subject of our study is Kedareswar Banerjee (K. Banerjee, or in short, KB) who began his research career at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS, founded in 1876) under C.V. Raman. In 1930, KB got D.Sc. degree from the University of Calcutta. For a short time, he was Lecturer at the Chittagong College, then Reader in Phys...
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This Article is a tribute to the Memory and Contributions of Dr DP Khandelwal, the Founder of Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT).
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This paper attempts to trace the historical roots of the problem of Hindu-Sikh divide which goes back to the era of Guru Nanak who was a revolutionary thinker. The creation of Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699 was the culmination of revolution started by Guru Nanak in the Indian sub-continent. The British tried to accentuate this divide for explo...
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It is a Review of book authored by Rajinder Singh, Historian of Science, University of Oldenburg, Germany.
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The presentation is based on four different studies carried out by Historians of India, Pakistan and United Kingdom (University of Edinburg, Scotland). It is just a mere coincidence that they belong to different Faiths: Sikh, Muslim, Hindu and Christian. The purpose of this study is purely Academic without any political overtones. The views express...
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To our understanding, the conflict between Religion and Science and their irresolvable contradictions occur at this point: Scientist accepts Nature as the chief Resource for exploring and understanding everything possible about the Universe; Religion beckons everyone to the unknown beyond the reach of Science. In the light of the foregoing expositi...
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Professor Hardev Singh Virk is a High Energy Nuclear Physicist by training in Marie Curie University of Paris. Due to lack of infrastructure facilities in his parent university, he had to change his direction of research activity. He is a pioneer in interdisciplinary research in India using heavy ion beams for irradiation of minerals, glasses, poly...
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This is a book review of GBS Sidhu's book "The Khalistan Conspiracy". The narrative revolves around Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi 's role who will be remembered for two of her most controversial decisions – promulgation of National Emergency (26 June 1975 to 21 January 1977) and Operation Blue Star (4 to 8 June 1984). This book reads like an...
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During 550th anniversary year of Guru Nanak, Dr Bhatti has published an anthology "GURU NANAK DEV ─ Dispenser of Love and Light" which has been reviewed by me. In the same series, he brings out his second volume based on his exploration of Guru Nanak's Pragmatic Spirituality, calling it "CREATIVE MYSTICISM", a term coined by him. Guru Nanak’s Bani...
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Academic ranking of world universities (ARWU) 2020 is released as usual on 15 August by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy of China. ARWU has been presenting the ranking of world's Top 500 universities annually since 2004 but in 2020, ranking of 1000 global universities has been projected. It is unfortunate that none of the Indian universities and IITs f...
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SUKHMANDAR SINGH, the author of this book, is a well known personality among the Sikh Diaspora. He has got his Doctorate in Civil Engineering from UC Berkeley and presently occupying the Chair of Dean, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California. The author introduces his book as follows: "These articles are from an engineer’s analytical point...
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Rajinder Singh is a well established Historian of Science. The present volume is a part of the series on Calcutta School of Science. It deals with the life and scientific work of Nikhil Ranjan Sen or N.R. Sen, a pioneer in Applied Mathematics and its applications in many diverse fields in India. He is acknowledged as the Founder of School of Relati...
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Decision Making remains an enigma of my life since my school and college days. Decision making affects all humans and it is the most important issue before all democratic societies and Governments. My training in Science does not help much when it comes to make a decision on some important issue influencing my life. Some case histories are given to...
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The present article is based on the investigations of Dr Kirpal Singh, a well known Sikh Historian, who published his Ph.D. Thesis under the title "The Partition of the Punjab". His views on Partition of Punjab are summarized in this article. It discusses the failure of Sikh leaders to prepare a concrete agenda for the Sikh State.
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India was divided on the basis of two nation theory into India and Pakistan. Sikhs were considered as part of the Hindus along with Jains and Buddhists. During political parleys with the British, the Sikhs were invited as equal partners with Muslim League and Indian National Congress but Sikh leaders failed to put up their case with the acumen and...
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Guru Tegh Bahadur was 9th Guru of the Sikh Religion who was martyred by Aurangzeb in New Delhi. It was for the first time in the history of religions that the Guru was going to fight a battle on behalf of those of a belief system which he himself did not subscribe to, a belief system the basics of which Guru Nanak had rejected.
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Thomas Aquinas and other theologians of Scholastic school advocated a philosophy of dominance and exploitation of Nature. As a consequence, the scientific developments have brought a wave of destruction of nature which is still going on during the 21st century. Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh Scripture, offers some solutions to save the Earth and the W...
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Dr Sukhraj Singh DHILLON, author of this book, is an eminent Scientist. He has tried to answer the questions about God: What is God? Does He really exist? Why do we search for God? Do religions really believe in the same God? Why are there religious wars? He sums up the purpose of writing this book: "Our purpose is not to create a new religion, sec...
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Guru Nanak and other Sikh Gurus, Bhagats and Bhats have used analogies and metaphors to convey the essence of their message to the Sikh Sangat. We have tried to establish the scientific basis of some of these analogies. The use of metaphors and similes is more common. For example, metaphors of flora and fauna have been used in Sri Guru Granth Sahib...
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The Special Volume has 8 Essays by different authors on "Science- Religion Dialogue: A Sikh Perspective". Its aim is to project a Scientific approach to the study of Sikh Religion.
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It is my Edited book with 11 Essays by different authors. Its objective is to Project SIKH RELIGION and SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB as the first Sacred Scripture to focus on Interfaith dialogues in the World. Concepts of Interfaith and Pluralism are used by the authors and relevance of Interfaith Dialogues with different Faiths are presented in this Volu...
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Guru Nanak and other Sikh Gurus, Bhagats and Bhats have used analogies and metaphors to convey the essence of their message to the Sikh Sangat. We have tried to establish the scientific basis of some of these analogies. The use of metaphors and similes is more common. For example, metaphors of flora and fauna have been used in Sri Guru Granth Sahib...
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Science and religion are based on different aspects of human experience. Science is a way of knowing and understanding the natural world, using empirical evidence and testable explanations. Religious faith does not depend only on empirical evidence and typically involves supernatural forces or entities. Thus, science and religion are separate and a...
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It is Cover Page of my Book published by GURU NANAK FOUNDATION, New Delhi.
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Swaran Singh Kahlon is an avid traveller with a mission to explore Sikh diaspora all over the globe. His first book: “Sikhs in Latin America” was published in 2012; Second one "Sikhs in Asia Pacific: Travels among the Sikh Diaspora from Yangon to Kobe" in 2016, and this is the third in the Series. The book under review is divided into 21 chapters f...
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Guru Nanak and other Sikh Gurus, Bhagats and Bhats have used analogies and metaphors to convey the essence of their message to the Sikh Sangat. We have tried to establish the scientific nature of some of these analogies. The use of metaphors and similes is more common. For example, metaphors of flora and fauna have been used in Sri Guru Granth Sahi...
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Concept of Time has been changing along with evolutionary development of concepts of Physics from Aristotle to Newton to Einstein. Theory of Relativity brought a revolutionary change in the concept of time from being considered as absolute to relative and made an integral part of space-time continuum. In Sikh Cosmology, Time and Space are created a...
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CONTENTS 1. A Critical Analysis of Speeches delivered by Hukam Singh, Kapur Singh and Tarlochan Singh in Indian Parliament concerning Sikh Issues by HS Virk 2. The copies of Speeches are given in support of Sikh Causes by these three stalwarts of Sikh Politics.
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This paper was presented by the first author in Mata Sundri College, New Delhi at the International Seminar on Guru Nanak Dev held on December 6-7, 2019. It is based on sacred hymns (Bani) of Guru Nanak recorded by Guru Arjun Dev in the Sikh Holy Book, Sri Guru Granth sahib (SGGS), compiled in 1604. Surprisingly, a scientific study of Bani of Guru...
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There are several studies on failure of Sikh leadership to obtain an independent Sikh state at the time of Partition of India but I shall summarize the results of two for the sake of brevity. Akhtar Hussain Sandhu of London University in his paper "Sikh Failure on the Partition of Punjab in 1947" published in International Journal of Punjab Studies...
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There are several studies on failure of Sikh leadership to obtain an independent Sikh state at the time of Partition of India but I shall summarize the results of two for the sake of brevity. Akhtar Hussain Sandhu in his paper "Sikh Failure on the Partition of Punjab in 1947" published in International Journal of Punjab Studies (September, 2012) ha...
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After more than 70 years of Indian independence, Sikhs are not yet reconciled to their fate. As a hindsight, they considered themselves as "Rulers of Punjab" who have been reduced to second rate citizens of free India. India was divided on the basis of two nation theory into India and Pakistan. Sikhs were considered as part of Hindus along with Jai...
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This is book review based on Rajiva Bhatnagar's study of fate of Indian Science before and after the independence. Author reports his investigations. What are the factors responsible for such an unsatisfactory state of Indian Science? Why do we fare so low in any index that reflects the achievements of science in the world?
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Original Article is in Punjabi; its expanded version already posted on RG. Abstract in English is added here. Advaita Vedanta considers Brahman (God) as the only Reality and all His creation as illusion or Maya. Guru Nanak transforms the Vedantic concept of Reality in Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) and proclaims that this universe is also real, not a...
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Maya is one of the most complicated concepts of Indian philosophy. It is a pillar of Hindu philosophy, known as Advaita Vedanta. The historical development of this concept from Vedic period to Adi Shankracharya era has been discussed. Maya appears in all religious traditions of India. It has different connotations in Buddhism and Sikh religion. Adv...
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It is Review of Book authored by Gurmukh Singh OBE. It is based on the Life of Guru Tegh Bahadur with focus on Martyrdom of the Guru. "The account which follows is that of Guru Tegh Bahadur, Nanak IX. His martyrdom was a momentous and unique event. Never in the annals of human history had the leader of one religion given his life for the religious...
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In the changing world that we live in, one new challenge seems to be how do we live our faith together with the others? To me the message of Guru Nanak came beckoning live truthfully by the principles of your faith and all should be well. My interfaith involvement helped me learn that this precept may indeed offer hope for us all to make our societ...
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It is Review of a book with Focus on Indian Science and its development in the pre-independence and post-independence era. It reveals the strength and weakness of Indian Science and reasons for its slow progress despite improvement of infrastructure at all levels.
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It is a book Review on CV Raman and his trials and tribulations during his service in IISc. Bangalore (1933-48).
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Global Perspectives of Science and Sikh Religion is a Chapter in my book "Scientific Vision in Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS). It was submitted to Templeton Foundation USA under Science-Sikh Religion Dialogue and received "Honorable Mention" Award in 2005.
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It is a Chapter in my Book: " Scientific Vision in Sri Guru Granth Sahib & Inter-Faith Dialogue". The Title reflects its contents.
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It is a Chapter in my Book: " Scientific Vision in Sri Guru Granth Sahib & Inter-Faith Dialogue". This is based on my study of Guru Granth Sahib and Al-Quran in English.
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It is a Chapter in my Book: " Scientific Vision in Sri Guru Granth Sahib & Inter-Faith Dialogue". The Inter-Faith Dialogue is a need of the day. This is a well researched Paper to establish the UNIQUE Identity of Sikh Religion.
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A Report on Abdus Salam (Nobel Laureate) Symposium at University of Calgary (2015)
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When Gurtej Sandhu, Topper of 1st M.Sc. (Hons.) batch, presently serving in the top echelon of Micron Company, visited me in Surrey in mid-July, I was reminded of good old days when we started B.Sc. (Hons.) in end of July 1979 with intake of 16 students. Till my joining on 10 th July as HOD Physics, the department operated from Chemistry Block. The...
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It is about Physics department GNDU, Amritsar
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It is about my Visit to China organised under TWAS (Third World Academy of Sciences), Trieste, Italy under UNESCO fellowship.
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Total Cited Papers: 340; Total Citations: 3416; h-index: 26; i-10 index: 94 Google Scholar Citations:3416 h-index: 26 i10-index: 94 highest citation for a paper:122
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The essay focusses on The Origin and Evolution of Life in Universe according to Scientific theories and as recorded in Sri Guru Granth sahib, the HOLY SCRIPTURE of The Sikh religion.
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Definition: Webster's Dictionary defines a disaster as 'a grave occurrence having ruinous results'. WHO defines disaster as 'any occurrence that causes damage, economic destruction, loss of human life and deterioration in health and health services on a scale sufficient to warrant an extraordinary response from outside the affected community'. Disa...

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