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How you met?
We met back in 2001 in our high school days through some friends, but kind of drifted apart. In the summer of 2005, I was performing at the Sukshinder Shinda concert with a bunch of girls –so I’m inside getting ready to perform and I look out the [...]
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Our official engagement was just a few days before the wedding on July 30, 2009 at the Mirage Hall. On June 8th, Kiran’s 24th birthday, I took her up to Whistler for the day. During the entire day, we just walked around in the village, went shopping and just relaxed. I proposed [...]
Marriage is a sacred bond that unites two souls into one. There are many shades to this special occasion, like a kaleidoscope reflecting different patterns of color. Two people profess their love and start their journey together. The engagement brings together not only the bride and groom, but their families.
He comes close to her and [...]
Don’t leave the success of your marriage to fate. However happy you are before the ceremony, there’s something about getting married that can rock the boat. Most couples have a great time on their honeymoon, but many find that once back home, things aren’t going as well as they did, before the ceremony. A staggering [...]
Did You Know that in 2005, for the first time ever, households run by singles outnumbered households run by married couples? Also, for the first time in history, more adults have never been married than are married. This reflects an ongoing long term lifestyle change. While fewer people are getting married, this institution remains the [...]
1. What is your educational and professional background?
I am working towards finishing my university degree at Simon Fraser University with a major in Criminology and minor in Psychology. I am also an Insurance and Mutual Fund Broker and President of Roadways Insurance Corporation.
2. As the President of Guru Nanak Gurdwara, what does your role entail?
Themed cocktails have become the latest, hottest thing at wedding receptions—a must-have item on any wedding plan checklist. Instead of facing the usual rush to the bar, arriving guests may be greeted by servers toting trays of pre-selected themed cocktails chosen for their special significance to the bride and groom. If a cross-cultural couple is [...]
Designed to be performed for six months, five days a week, with sessions lasting 30 minutes to an hour.
Visit your doctor – Get a check up and discuss your workout regime. Get an okay before moving ahead.
Keep a journal – Start by writing down your workout goals and try to be specific. Size yourself [...]
1 cup freshly packed cilantro leaves
1 cup freshly packed mint leaves
2-3 small Thai
green chilies, roughly chopped
2 large garlic cloves, roughly chopped
1 inch piece of ginger, peeled and roughly chopped
1 green apple
juice of ½ a lime
water (if needed)
salt to taste
In a blender, blend all of the ingredients until smooth. You may need to add a little [...]
6 small lean lamb chops
2 tablespoons plain lowfat yogurt
2 teaspoon ground
2 teaspoons ginger garlic paste
1 teaspoon chilli powder or paprika powder
1 teaspoon salt
2-3 tablespoons of oil(including the basting)
3 tablespoons of lemon juice
few drops of red color (optional-gives the chops a red bright color)
First, trim off the excess fat from the chops. To make the [...]