I'm not sure if the title of the post has much relevance to this post, but it sounded good. With my own blog stagnating and the brain in a fuzzy impasse, I spent a fair amount of time meandering my way through other Sikh blogger sites. It struck me that since the blogging phenomena started, in a short space of time the quality of output has really advanced considerably. And there are more new Sikh bloggers coming into the frame all the time.
It’s only natural that I give some examples to illustrate what I mean. Take for instance this post by Angad Singh, I think it speaks for itself. Or this post by Satvinder where she discusses her internal struggle around the issue of the relationship between spirituality and politics. Although a lot of bloggers seem to focus on Sikhi, there are also those like Dr Savi who seem to have a wider remit, this being such an example.
Then there are the seasoned bloggers like the prodigious Solarider (see a particularly appetising photo of jalebis on his blog here) and Sukhmani Kaur, and of course the man himself, Mr Sikhnet. And the blog names can be great as well, like ‘Enlighten Me’, or ‘Wannabe Naam Abhiyaasee’
Not to mention the great discussion and debate that goes on if you read the comments posted. Have a look at this post entitled ‘meet the meat’ by Gurumustuk Singh and you’ll see what I mean when you read the comments.
There are hundreds of interesting Sikh blogs out there, the ones mentioned are just by way of illustration, please free to mention others in your comments.