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Journey with the Gurus - Raja's Transformation

This Sakhi is an excerpt from "Journey with the Gurus" Volume 3. Presented by Inni Kaur She is the author...

Applying Sikhi in Everyday Living

How to take the basic Sikh teachings and live them on a daily basis. Focusing on the teachings of the...

I'm a Sikh. So what? Now what?

This seminar provides the sangat, especially the youth, with an environment to learn, discuss, and engage themselves in Sikhi. Audience...

Mata-e-Panth: Sahib Kaur

Four days ago, my daughter Gani’s teacher at The Preschool Place invited my wife for the mother’s day celebration. Gani...

Vaisakhi Greeting 2012

Vaisakhi Greeting 2012 (English) (pdf) Vaisakhi Greeting 2012 (Panjabi) (pdf)

Colors of Creation

“Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.” [Plutarch]   Colors invade my consciousness. I see paintings even...

The Mai From Kabul

As a woman in my mid-forties, I often find myself thinking of my childhood as a long gone, distant past....

The Sikh ‘Game of Thrones’ [OP-ED]

The true rulers are connected with the Truth. The earth-owners are not rulers for they suffer in other love. Is...

Did (Guru) Nanak Intend to Start a New Religion?

It is not uncommon to find scholars, both Sikh and non-Sikh, asserting that Guru Nanak did not intend to found...

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,...

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