“I don’t mind taking every restless night on the phone, as long as I am helping someone then there is nothing greater. I feel this is all possible through the Guru’s grace.” -Giani Sukha Singh
After receiving hundreds of nominations from UAlberta students, the 2016 Last Lecture was delivered by Dalbir Sehmby from Campus Saint-Jean. Watch his lecture, “Survivor: Acadumbia Edition.”
Please enjoy this in depth look at Guru Hargobind Ji, our sixth Guru. This is part of a series from Basics of Sikhi called '12 weeks 12 Gurus.' Who is the 12th Guru? You'll have to watch and find out.
Sukhdeep Singh Bhogal is an acclaimed Australian hip-hop artist, better known as L-Fresh the Lion.
The Tegha of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji was used in the battle against Painde Khan and was the Shastar Guru Sahib wore on his Kamarkasa at all times.
The iconic Times Square was filled in with colors of the Sikh culture as thousands of community members gathered to celebrate Turban Day and educate fellow Americans about Sikhism...
Either it's your destiny to be the Guru's Sikh, or it's not. It's not that you have to go through a certain procedure or ritual, and then you are converted. If the destiny to be a Sikh is written on your forehead, then you already have a relationship with the Guru, that you may not even be aware of. You as an individual don't convert, because the Guru chooses the Sikh. The Sikh doesn't choose the Guru.
This Singh realized that complaining was accomplishing nothing and decided to host a Sikh history class for the youth at his local Gurdwara. This class grew and grew and he was so impactful...
Simply put, the goal was to share an experience that communicates what it means to be a Sikh and eliminate existing stereotypes that are often associated with the turban.
“I don’t mind taking every restless night on the phone, as long as I am helping someone then there is nothing greater. I feel this is all possible through the Guru’s grace.”
-Giani Sukha Singh