I.J. Singh’s fifth book is surely as sorely needed as were its quartet of predecessors, not only as required reading in the Sikh community, but also for a wider audience – the public-at-large – that remains considerably ignorant of our faith, despite Sikhi’s standing as the world’s fifth largest religion. read more
An iconic figure in Sikh history, ideology and tradition, Bhai Nand Lal, was a contemporary of Guru Gobind Singh and personally witnessed the life altering events of Vaisakhi 1699 that gave us the institution of the Khalsa. read more
Facts, fiction and pure chemistry merge in Canadian research scientist-turned-writer Jaspreet Singh's novel, 'Helium', based on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. India, Singh tells Malini Nair, hasn't mourned enough for those who died in the conflagration and not learnt anything from it either. read more
The Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) is pleased to announce the publication of a valuable resource, Sikhi: Faith and Followers, a 32-page full-color illustrated booklet, covering the basic tenets, beliefs and practices of Sikhs. read more
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