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Sikh farmers, Woolgoolga, NSW
Sikh farmers, Woolgoolga, NSW
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Edwina Pickles
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Sikh farmers, Woolgoolga, NSW
The New Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara  Sikh Temple  Woolgoolga  16th JUNE 2005
The New Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara  Sikh Temple  Woolgoolga  16th JUNE 2005
Sikh Dharam Singh Sidhu 23,
Indian Sikh and his wife walking along a wharf, New South Wales, ca. 1930 [picture]. [nla.
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
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JUSTIN MCMANUS
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism.
Ramdashi Kaur from the Scheduled Sikh Caste is interviewed at her front door in Chandgrah, India, by data entry operator, Aman Preet Singh, and enumerator, Arun Kumar, one of the teams conducting the
Ramdashi Kaur from the Scheduled Sikh Caste is interviewed at her front door in Chandgrah, India, by data entry operator, Aman Preet Singh, and enumerator, Arun Kumar, one of the teams conducting the
Ramdashi Kaur from the Scheduled Sikh Caste is interviewed at her front door in Chandgrah, India, by data entry operator, Aman Preet Singh, and enumerator, Arun Kumar, one of the teams conducting the
Ramdashi Kaur from the Scheduled Sikh Caste is interviewed at her front door in Chandgrah, India, by data entry operator, Aman Preet Singh, and enumerator, Arun Kumar, one of the teams conducting the
Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link turbans to terrorism. From left, 14yo Jaskirt Singh, Amar Singh, Dibjot Singh.
(Left to right) Dibjot Singh, Amar Singh, Captain Sarjinder Sandhu and 14-year-old Jaskirt Singh

Sikhs say they are increasingly the victims of backlashes against Islamic extremism as people link tu
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
The Husna family are fourth generation banana tree growers in Woolgoolga near Coffs Harbour, NSW.
Volunteer with the roti in
Amarjit Wahi working in the
People eating food at Blackburn
Volunteers working in the kitchen
Roti making in the kitchen
Parliament of world's Religions -
Parliament of world's Religions -
Taran Singh Gill, an Indian
Parliament of world's Religions -
Amarjeet Singh Sabbi of the
Photo shows the melting pot
Former Indian leg spinner Bishen
Former Indian leg spinner Bishen
Tejinder Pal Singh, Prabhjot Singh
One voice: The melting pot
Traditional dancers at the opening
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