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SikhRi in San Antonio

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Sikh Center of San Antonio

Join Harinder Singh, Senior Fellow, Research & Policy, from the Sikh Research Institute as he travels to San Antonio to present and share ideas.12 January...

Sidak 2019

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Khalsa Centre @ Miracle Valley

Sidak is an intensive two - week educational experience that focuses on the Sikh way of living and outlines different aspects of the history and...

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Featured Content

Life Experience October 12, 2018

‘Anhad’ – our discovery of the ‘unstruck melody’

Gurbani 101 Session Writing Poetry with Inni Kaur ‘Anhad’ – our discovery of the ‘unstruck melody’   In Gurbani there are many references to the term ‘anhad’ which transcribes as the experience or expression of Nam as an ‘unstruck chord...
Life Experience October 01, 2018

Rana Bhabor – The Fragrance of Bhai Vir Singh – Inni Kaur

Bhai Vir Singh (1872-1957) was once asked by an admirer, of the thousand or so tracts he had written, which one, in his opinion, was the best. In an instant he replied, “Rana Bhabor.” And I am not surprised. For...
History Experience August 30, 2018

Fakiri Surat – The Fragrance of Bhai Vir Singh

Bhai Vir Singh (1872-1957) is known as “The Sixth River of Panjab.” He was a poet, novelist, editor, exegete, historian, and a journalist. He was the leading figure in the Singh Sabha, the dynamic Sikh renaissance movement in early 20th...
Life Experience August 27, 2018

Words of Faith: a video series

Words of Faith: a new series explaining the recurring words in Guru Granth Sahib. Ik Oankar Har Nam Guru Sabad

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