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.

Immortal Companionship – Inni Kaur

It is Nanakshahi 550. And I ask myself a question: “What are you doing to honor the Guru who transformed you from a dry twig into a blossoming tree?”   There is silence. There is an emptiness.   So, I...

Guru Gobind Singh Sahib – Satbharai Kaur

I’ve always seen Kalgidhar Patshah (Guru Gobind Singh Sahib) through the eyes of my parents. I have fallen in love with him through Bhai Sahib Bhai Vir Singh ji’s poems. My Nana ji (maternal grandfather) was also intensely passionate about...

The Nightingale & The Traveler: Love & Wisdom – Fragrance of Bhai Vir Singh – Inni Kaur

Many have come into my life and have barely left a trace. Less than a handful have entered my cautious heart. These amazing beings have lifted my consciousness, enabling me to rise. It is as if fate had a hand...

Sikh Art as an Educational Tool – SikhRI Webinar

Kanwar Singh is globally recognized as a preeminent painter of Sikh history with artwork exhibited in prominent public spaces such as the Virasat e Khalsa museum in Punjab, as well as the new exclusive gallery ; Without Shape, Without Form;...

‘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...

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...

The 12 Gurus – Podcast

In a new podcast series The 12 Gurus: From 1469 to Infinity, SikhRI sheds light on the lives and meaning of Gurus in Sikhi. Were they spiritualists and reformers or Divine and Revolutionaries? What lessons can we draw from them?...

Asa ki Var Explained – Series 1

Asa ki Var explained! SikhRi presents a five-part series where we explore the main themes, social and political messages in Asa ki Var. Presenter: Inderpreet Singh   What is Asa ki Var and what is the significance? What is the Divine...

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...

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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