SikhRi – Third Quarter Community Update 2017.

Dear friends, Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vahiguru ji ke Fatih! At SikhRI, we are embracing fall, already thinking about the year to come, and evaluating our performance in the quarter past. What have we accomplished? After months of research and...

SikhRi – Second Quarter Community Update 2017.

Dear friends, Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vahiguru ji ke Fatih! July marks the beginning of the next quarter and sparks a reflection of the one past. What has SikhRI been up to? First, Sidak. We’ve spent hours reviewing footage we’d filmed during last year’s program...

1st Quarter Communiqué

Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vahiguru ji ki Fatih! For me, April means the opportunity to wish you a very enriching Vaisakhi and to share with you what we have been up to at SikhRI for the past three months. May...

SikhRI & Ensaaf Team Up for Children

How can we deal with the two extreme emotions encompassing the 1984 Ghallughara (anti-Sikh pogroms) and Bandi Chor Divas (Freedom Day), within the same week? Let us turn to the Guru to reflect and respond. Harinder Singh takes us on...

The SikhRI Communiqué

As 2017 begins, we at SikhRI are excited about the year ahead. The year past expanded our horizons and allowed us to do more than we thought was possible. This year, our focus will be devoted to our community.First, all...

Empower us to serve You!

Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vaihiguru ji ki Fatih! There are approximately 30 million Sikhs in the world. Our collective unifying factor amidst our varying diversity is the Infinite Wisdom enshrined in the Guru Granth Sahib. There are indeed many organizations...

Training the Trainers

On Saturday, February 27, 2010,  I attended an all-day Level 2 teacher training session at my gurdwara in Norwalk, Connecticut. Our Khalsa School has been using the Sojhi curriculum for the past two years and the administrators and staff felt...

Learning never to forget

Kultar’s Mime depicts the aftermath of the horrific 1984 Sikh massacre Kultar’s Mime, a dramatised long poem, not only depicts the painful aftermath of the 1984 Sikh carnage, but also brings to the fore the actual facts of the event....

Mime and memories

After being staged more than 28 times internationally and across India since 2014, the English play, Kultar’s Mime: Stories of 1984, is now set to debut in Mumbai, this weekend. The play narrates a story of four young victims of...

Lovers with Language and Beauty of Panjab

Fascinating! Folktales! Punjab! These three words together instantly captured my attention. I was further hooked when I realized this set of three board books was for children. As a mother of 1-year old twins and an educator, I am always...

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