Sikh Research Institute

Illuminating every path

SikhRI exists to connect people with the teachings of Sikhi, making them accessible and easy to digest, for people of all ages, genders and backgrounds.

Upcoming Events

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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If you can't travel to attend one of SikhRI's community events, we can come to where you are and tailor our workshops to your specific needs.

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Featured Content

Inderjit Singh appointed as the Executive Director of SikhRI

Bridgewater, NJ [May 20, 2019] – Inni Kaur, who has served as the CEO of Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) since January  2016, has decided to shift her role to focus entirely on shaping the voice of SikhRI and leading all...
News Home May 13, 2019

Experience Sri Harimandar Sahib complex | SikhRI

Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) is pleased to announce the results of the immense 10-month-long curation effort to produce the most immersive multimedia exhibition of its kind — IN5 Experium: The Golden Temple of Amritsar, which everyone in the Greater Toronto Area...
History Experience May 13, 2019

The Khalsa Raj – Banda, Battles & Body Politic – Harinder Singh | SikhRI

The Khalsa Raj – Banda, Battles & Body Politic The journey of Baba Banda Singh Bahudar from getting hand selected by Guru Gobind Singh Ji to establishing the Empire- told by Harinder Singh   ~~   Part 1.   Part...
Community Experience May 12, 2019

Khalra: Khadur Sahib, The Panjab & Indian Elections – Harinder Singh | SikhRI

The 17th general election in India is already underway in seven phases over 38 days. Voting for 545 seats between April 11 and May 23 that will decide the next Government of India. There are 900 million registered voters, and...

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