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“The month of Phalgun brings pleasure unto whom the Divine Friend has been revealed…
Every day, let us identify with the qualities of the One, who is beyond the effect of greed.
- Guru Granth Sahib, p.136
This month we celebrate the spirit of freedom as espoused in the vision on begampura by Bhagat Ravidas ji. We also commemorate the saka Nankana Sahib and Morca Jato, which reinforces the Sikh commitment to the spirit liberty in the annals of history.”
Save the dates for Sidak!
We are moving our premiere leadership retreat to British Columbia in 2014! More details coming soon, but make sure you block out the dates now!
SikhRI is hiring!
Are you interested in joining a highly motivated team of hard-working passionate individuals, dedicated to our mission: "Providing educational resources to Sikhs to lead a Guru-inspired life."
Our Development Director would oversee all fundraising and organizational growth opportunities. A Research Assistant/Content Developer will do research, design presentations, and coordinate with other team members to create new resources on Sikh history and language for use in classrooms and presentations.
To learn more about this position and how to apply, check out the job descriptions here!
Sikhi: Faith & Followers is a 32-page full-color richly illustrated booklet intended for a Non-Sikh audience. The booklet traces the roots and history of the faith explaining the conditions under which Sikh arose, Sikh articles of faith, the Sikh world view, Guru, and the formation of the Khalsa.
The booklet also covers Sikhs in the Panjab and the Diaspora, the institution of the gurduara, and the impact Sikhs have had on global society and culture through their unique lifestyle and belief system.
Since August SikhRI has sold out nearly every single copy of the initial print-run of Sikhi: Faith and Followers! Pre-orders for the second printing are critical and ensure you'll be at the top of the list when the second edition comes off the presses!
Pre-Order booklets for your community today!
In 2002, the 13 events hosted by SikhRI were attended by 1,965 individuals. In 2008, SikhRI hosted 73 events, which were attended by over 63,848 participants.