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The Partition Of Panjab: My Family Story
Monday
,
15
August
2022

The Partition Of Panjab: My Family Story

The Guinness Book of World Records states: “On 15 August 1947, the partition of British India triggered the largest ever mass migration, uprooting over 18 million people.”

The Guinness Book of World Records states: “On 15 August 1947, the partition of British India triggered the largest ever mass migration, uprooting over 18 million people.” The land of the five rivers, Panjab, became divided into two parts: West Panjab went to Pakistan, and East Panjab became a part of India. This is one story of the 18+ million people separated from their roots. 

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Sojhi

Sojhi creates a connection to Sikhi for kids. Engaging content, as well as downloadable resources and K-12 curriculum.

Sidak

A leadership program for young adults, Sidak promises connection and transformation through exploration of Sikhi.

State of the Panth Report

Our research reports on Sikh matters, surveying self-identified Sikhs and providing perspectives rooted in Gurmat.

The Guru Granth Sahib Project

The world can now build a deeper connection to Sabad. Begin exploring the Guru Granth Sahib like never before.

Illuminating Every Path

In an unprecedented era of change and uncertainty, we’re creating new modes of engaging with the wisdom and light of Sikhi.

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Saturday
,
17
September
2022

Border Crossings

We will reflect on the enduring effects of Partition through a conversation with third-generation Partition descendants from India and Pakistan, who are also oral historians doing the work of memory. 

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Saturday
,
17
September
2022

Border Crossings

We will reflect on the enduring effects of Partition through a conversation with third-generation Partition descendants from India and Pakistan, who are also oral historians doing the work of memory. 

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Saturday
,
17
September
2022

Border Crossings

We will reflect on the enduring effects of Partition through a conversation with third-generation Partition descendants from India and Pakistan, who are also oral historians doing the work of memory. 

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Monday
,
15
August
2022

1947: South Asia, Panjab & Sikhs

After 75 years of the Partition, why are the significant sections of Panjabis and the Sikhs feeling estranged? What are the historical, cultural, geopolitical, trade, and economic contexts and realities?

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Monday
,
15
August
2022

1947: South Asia, Panjab & Sikhs

After 75 years of the Partition, why are the significant sections of Panjabis and the Sikhs feeling estranged? What are the historical, cultural, geopolitical, trade, and economic contexts and realities?

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Thursday
,
4
August
2022

Harinder Singh & SanjhaTV: What is Sodhna?

Is “Sodhna” to test, examine, correct, punish, or kill?What is “sudhosu” in the Guru Granth Sahib?How did Guru Nanak Sahib live it?Why Sikh leadership must re-learn o

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Monday
,
15
August
2022

1947: South Asia, Panjab & Sikhs

After 75 years of the Partition, why are the significant sections of Panjabis and the Sikhs feeling estranged? What are the historical, cultural, geopolitical, trade, and economic contexts and realities?

watch now ⟶
Thursday
,
4
August
2022

Harinder Singh & SanjhaTV: What is Sodhna?

Is “Sodhna” to test, examine, correct, punish, or kill?What is “sudhosu” in the Guru Granth Sahib?How did Guru Nanak Sahib live it?Why Sikh leadership must re-learn o

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Wednesday
,
6
July
2022

Present Guruship | The Guru: Connecting with 1-Light

Kulvir Singh explores the institution itself, from Guru Nanak Sahib to Guru Gobind Singh Sahib finally merging into the eternal dual personality of Guru Granth Sahib - Guru Khalsa Panth. 

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Monday
,
15
August
2022

The Partition Of Panjab: My Family Story

The Guinness Book of World Records states: “On 15 August 1947, the partition of British India triggered the largest ever mass migration, uprooting over 18 million people.” The land of the five rivers, Panjab, became divided into two parts: West Panjab went to Pakistan, and East Panjab became a part of India. This is one story of the 18+ million people separated from their roots. 

The Guinness Book of World Records states: “On 15 August 1947, the partition of British India triggered the largest ever mass migration, uprooting over 18 million people.”

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Sunday
,
31
July
2022

At Fifty, The Foot Falters

Personal reflections on wrestling with being ‘in the world’ but ‘not of the world’ while the why, what, and how ‘of the world’ keeps creeping in. 

Personal reflections on wrestling with being ‘in the world’ but ‘not of the world’ while the why, what, and how ‘of the world’ keeps creeping in.

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Friday
,
20
May
2022

Jassa Singh Ahluwalia

Jassa Singh Ahluwalia (1718-1783) was one of the most outstanding leaders Sikhs have had. As a leader, he prepared the Sikh community to take control of its own destiny in the most troubled times and write a chapter on its own in the annals of history. His leadership helped the Sikh community through multiple genocidal campaigns and turned out sovereigns in Panjab, a North-Western region in South Asia.

Jassa Singh Ahluwalia (1718-1783) was one of the most outstanding leaders Sikhs have had. As a leader, he prepared the Sikh community to take control of its own destiny in the most troubled times and write a chapter on its own in the annals of history.

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Monday
,
15
August
2022

The Partition Of Panjab: My Family Story

The Guinness Book of World Records states: “On 15 August 1947, the partition of British India triggered the largest ever mass migration, uprooting over 18 million people.” The land of the five rivers, Panjab, became divided into two parts: West Panjab went to Pakistan, and East Panjab became a part of India. This is one story of the 18+ million people separated from their roots. 

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Sunday
,
31
July
2022

At Fifty, The Foot Falters

Personal reflections on wrestling with being ‘in the world’ but ‘not of the world’ while the why, what, and how ‘of the world’ keeps creeping in. 

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Friday
,
1
July
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Jaspreet Singh

Jasleen Kaur, SikhRI researcher, joins Sidak alumni, Jaspreet Singh, to talk about the Sikhi 201 track and how Sidak impacted his life. Five years after attending Sidak, Jaspreet shares his experience and learnings from the annual Sikh leadership program.

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Friday
,
24
June
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Simran Kaur

SikhRI researcher Jasleen Kaur dives into the relevance of Sidak in today’s world with alumni Simran Kaur, who shares the personal impact of her Sidak experience.

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Friday
,
10
June
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Kiran Kaur

SikhRI researcher, Jasleen Kaur discusses the value of Sidak with alumni, Kiran Kaur. Sidak seeks to provide young Sikh adults with a gift of Gurmat-centered leadership learning experience to secure—and transform—the Sikh future.

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Friday
,
1
July
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Jaspreet Singh

Jasleen Kaur, SikhRI researcher, joins Sidak alumni, Jaspreet Singh, to talk about the Sikhi 201 track and how Sidak impacted his life. Five years after attending Sidak, Jaspreet shares his experience and learnings from the annual Sikh leadership program.

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Friday
,
1
July
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Jaspreet Singh

Jasleen Kaur, SikhRI researcher, joins Sidak alumni, Jaspreet Singh, to talk about the Sikhi 201 track and how Sidak impacted his life. Five years after attending Sidak, Jaspreet shares his experience and learnings from the annual Sikh leadership program.

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Friday
,
24
June
2022

The Sidak Impact: Jasleen Kaur & Simran Kaur

SikhRI researcher Jasleen Kaur dives into the relevance of Sidak in today’s world with alumni Simran Kaur, who shares the personal impact of her Sidak experience.

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Guru Nanak Sahib: Revolutionary in Oneness

Celebrate Nanakshahi550 by learning the significance of Guru Nanak Sahib’s Raj. A Conference of connection to the philosophies that shaped spiritual and temporal life in South Asia.

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Guru Teghbahadar Sahib: The Benevolent Warrior

We celebrated the 400th Parkash Purab of Guru Teghbahadar Sahib with a virtual conference.

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Suggested Reading List

In an effort to make learning more about Sikhi and engaging process, our research staff compiles scholarly articles from around the web and other academic resources.

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