Mahima

Mahima is SikhRI’s “programming on demand” option. We will bring a session to your community to address a question, idea, principle, or concern that is particularly relevant to your Sangat’s curiosity or need.

Mahima: Wisdom, History and Lifestyle

 

Mahima is SikhRI’s “programming on demand” option. We will bring a session to your community to address a question, idea, principle, or concern that is particularly relevant to your Sangat’s curiosity or need. Using the structure of “wisdom, history, and lifestyle” the style of exploration of the topic will leave attendees with fresh ideas and a new way of engaging with their questions, long after the afternoon’s session has come to a close. Tell us the target audience and preferred topic, and we will do the rest.

The purpose of Mahima is to empower local Sangats effectively with new ideas and perspectives that may help them make an informed decision on issues that they face on regular basis in their personal or community lives. Through short sessions ranging from a session lasting an hour to two, to a full-day or weekend workshop, Mahima brings information and clarity on a wide range of topics to benefit the audience.

Topic suggestions:

  • Sikhi and education
  • Scholarship about Sikhi
  • Sikhi and Women & Gender Justice
  • Vaisakhi – Sikh Rahit Maryada
  • Goals of a Sikh
  • Self realization
  • Shahadat & Martyrdom
  • Relationships and the Guru
  • Contemporary and Historical Issues in the Panjab
  • Ecotheology & Environment in Sikhi

These are just a few options out of dozens of presentations that we can customize for you! Please do not feel restricted by the suggested titles. Bring in a topic of a choice that is relevant to your local Sangat and its interests, and we will customize it to best possible extent for a great learning experience that may last a life time.

To book an event please email us if you need any more information at: mahima@sikhri.org.

 

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