Holding on to the Sikh heritage in the U.S.

  A generation of American-born Sikhs had little religious education, but now many are making sure their children can learn the faith's history, philosophy and the Punjabi language of their holy script. On a recent Sunday in a classroom at...

BC’s Sikh and Non-Sikh Communities Explore Spirit of Vaisakhi

Surrey—From 14 to 17 April, Sikh Research Institute Canada (SRIC) worked closely with community groups, local media and the Lower Mainland's Gurdwaras to host numerous events that built awareness of the inspiration and message of Vaisakhi in both the Sikh...

Standing At The Annual Crossroads

On 31 July 1972, I was given a graceful opportunity to land on earth. Being of the Creator and Creation, I am to experience the Divine freedom while enjoying and living life to its fullest. One Universal Force, Guru, parents,...

And a Child Shall Lead Them

The Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) is hosting a workshop specifically for children called, Session for Children: Getting to Know Vahiguru on June 27, 2010 in Windsor, Ontario. The seminar is aimed at piquing childrens curiosity and interest in not just...

Sikhi and You – This Summer at Sidak

Few programs in the United States have become as popular as the Sidak Summer put on by Sikh Research Institute.� If you have ever sought to explore Sikhi through an immersion in instruction, discussion, and study apply for the Sidak...

Sidak 2010 - Become a Leader

What are the qualities of truly successful leaders? How does an understanding of Sikhi prepare leaders? Will I be called to become a leader in my community?   Have you found yourself pondering these questions? If yes, there is a...

Canadian Sikhs Reflect on the Divinity, Duality and EcoSikhi

Sikhs of BC’s Lower Mainland invited the Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) to bring their programming to Canada to educate, inspire and engage the local community. The weekend’s events, from March 26-28, 2010, addressed a broad range of topics which were...

One Panth

"In the constitution of the Khalsa commonwealth, the greatest act of genius of Guru Gobind Singh was when he transferred the divine sovereignty vested in him to the God-inspired people, the Khalsa."  - Prof. Puran Singh     On Vaisakhi Day...

Connecting with Punjabis and Delhiites

Citing explanations from the likes of Bhai Vir Singh, Prof Puran Singh and Sirdar Kapur Singh, Harinder Singh challenged...   Over the two weeks of 28 February through 11 March 2010, Harinder Singh, Chief Programming Officer of the Sikh Research...

Sojhi Trainings Encourage Educational Collaboration

Over the weekend of 27-28 February, members of the Sikh Research Institute’s (SikhRI) education team travelled to Connecticut, USA. In those two days, SikhRI educators facilitated two full-day teacher training sessions, a workshop for children and promoted the newly-launched Sikh...

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