Experience Sikhi

Experience Sikhi

As a complement to our immersive programs, we produce a variety of materials, including podcasts, books, articles and videos to keep you engaged.

Adding Patase: Hearing the Feminine in the Khalsa

Liv What is the presentation about?  Sikhs are very proud of our tradition of gender equality which stems from Guru Granth Sahib ji and the lives of the historical Gurus. The reality of the modern Panth leaves a lot to...

Sadda Haq (Our Right)

Punjabi movies are dime a dozen; they often come and go unnoticed, and we can count on the fingers of one hand with room to spare those we have seen – and even less those we have admired.   The...

Uniting Story-Lovers with Language and Beauty of Panjab

Fascinating Folktales of Punjab Book Review by Jasmine Kaur   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...

Breaking the Cycle of Gender Violence

In this webinar, Sabrina explores harmful cultural practices, many of which have been exported in to the diasporic Sikh communities, that lead to gendered violence. She also discusses tactics which have led to successful reduction or elimination of these practices and...

Switching on the Lights: Sidak

I was 17 when Prof Devidas Chatterjee opened up the world of poetry for me. Until then, I had studied English poetry for years, but it had yet to pierce my soul. It was still a chore, still no more...

Sidak 2013: Why I'll be There

Like many young Sikh-Canadians and Sikh-Americans, I've done the full circuit. I started as a kid at the Punjabi Sunday School, moved on to the day camps run by the gurdwaras during school holidays. Then, in university and after, I...

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