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  1. There is so much to learn in Sikhi, such as Gurus history, gatka, kirtan, santhiya, recent history, rehat etc etc etc!! I have some basic knowledge on most of the above but I am really confused on where to start! I’m studyingtoo. . I want to do it for my own personal knowledge, to teach others! So where did you start from?
  2. Discover, join in and enjoy this unique annual series of exhibitions, performances and lectures highlighting Sikh heritage in Britain September 2012 Launching on Sunday 2nd September at the Northern Sikh Mela in Huddersfield with an exhibition on Maharajah Duleep Singh, this year events include a number of ceremonies at gurudwaras across the country to commemorate the Battle of Saragarhi 1897. Each year the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail aims to promote the rich history that connects the Sikhs and the British through events, research and education. ‘Heritage Shared’ is an exc
  3. The making of Sikh history – literally. I’d like to humbly submit the text below for my brothers and sisters consideration. I hope you enjoy reading it, and receive as much food for thought from it as I did during the translation. Especial thanks to Kam1825 for taking the time to create and share an ebook of the original work from which the translation is derived (Kavi Sainapati Rachit Sri Gur Sobha edited by Dr. Ganda Singh and published through the Publication Bureau of Punjab University of Patiala, 1st edition 1967, 4th edition 1996). Strangely, a few days after I had finished the main bu
  4. Worth watching the entire video. Great information on creation of the Khalsa. For kids. Audio:
  5. The Lost Palace A majestic palace unlike any other once glimmered in the waters of the sacred pool of nectar at Amritsar. Learn about what was once one of the largest and most magnificent structures of its kind at the Darbar Sahib complex. Follow the history of the lost palace and the space it occupied from its origins in the Sikh Empire, to British Rule and eventually modern times. 1854 painting of the lost palace superimposed on a modern photograph showing the exact location and size of the palace. This is the scene that one would see standing on the south parkarma today if th
  6. Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Jee Ke Fateh! Daas is co-president at Kings College London University Sikh Society and with a group of students we have started a new project called 'Sikhi Explored', where we research and write about Sikh historic events. We design the newsletters ourselves and reference all our sources. All the writing is original and we refrain from copy and pasting from websites. The aim is to produce articles that are interesting for Sikh students/ youth to read and give them a basic understanding of key ithiaas. We read different aritcles, books and listen to katha to m
  7. Gurfateh! Dass is a university student from London and has just published an article on the history of Sri Harmandar Sahib. It is the 6th article to be published as part of the 'Sikhi Explored' project. The writing style is targeted at Sikh Students and Sikh Youth, and gives them a detailed account of the sacrifices sikhs have made throughout the 18th and 19th centaury to protect Sri Darbar Sahib (as well as an overview of how it was constructed etc) Please check it out and share with other Sikhs. Website is www.kclsikhsoc.wordpress.com I'm confident all readers will learn at least somethin
  8. Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Jee Ke Fateh! Daas is co-president at Kings College London University Sikh Society and with a group of students we have started a new project called 'Sikhi Explored', where we research and write about Sikh historic events. We design the newsletters ourselves and reference all our sources. All the writing is original and we refrain from copy and pasting from websites. The aim is to produce articles that are interesting for Sikh students/ youth to read and give them a basic understanding of key ithiaas. We read different aritcles, books and listen to katha to
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