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the doctrines of a monotheistic religion founded in northern India in the 16th century by Guru Nanak and combining elements of Hinduism and Islam

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In December 2011, following contentious litigation filed by the Sikh Dharma against five Golden Temple managers, a Multnomah County judge ordered the managers to return $36 million to the Sikh community.
Her teachings formed the basis of Sikh instruction in the Western world, and together with her husband, thousands of young people around the globe have been inspired to embrace Sikh Dharma.
which belongs to the Sikh Dharma religious community.
It was served in restaurants founded by the Sikh Dharma community
is all the Sikh Dharma community has left of the former Golden Temple foods company.
All parties agree not to disparage each other, Yogi Bhajan, the Sikh Dharma religion, or its entities.
I think it's a great victory for the Sikh Dharma community because it provides for the return of what was stolen," McGrory said.
This month's theme is "Sacred Stories from Many Faith Traditions," including Hindu, Islam, Buddhist, Sikh Dharma, Judaism, Baha'i, Sufi, Native American, Amma's Satsang and Christian.
including presentations from Tibetan Buddhism, Eugene Sikh Dharma, Baha'i, Judaism, Course in Miracles, Vedanta Teacher Sadhviji and more.
Three ministers in the Sikh Dharma religious community, including one from Eugene, have sued Portland attorney Roy Lambert, as well as one of Oregon's largest law firms, for at least $115 million in a case involving a Eugene food company.
Two of the Sikh Dharma ministers who brought that earlier case, Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa and Avtar Hari Singh Khalsa, both of New Mexico, have joined Viriam Singh Khalsa, a minister in Eugene, to sue Roy Lambert and the law firm Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt.
I think (the ruling is) a really good victory for the private plaintiffs and the Sikh community," said John McGrory, attorney for the Sikh Dharma ministers.