Recordings from past webinars, live events and presentations by SikhRI presenters, as well as creative explorations of Sikh concepts.
IkOankar is the nucleus of the Sikh worldview; it is the Sikh vision of the one unique, unparalleled, and all-pervasive Force, that has created the Universe and governs it. The Khanda emblem adorns Nishan Sahib—the Sikh flag—and captures the Sikh worldview.
Harinder Singh and Manpreet Singh talk about what happened 100 years ago at Nankana Sahib. Today it's known as Saka Nankana or Nankana Sahib Massacre. Why did the Sikhs protest, what happened and how does it relate to what's going on today with the Farmers Protest in India?
On March 27th, join The Sikh Research Institute as we celebrate the 400th Parkash Purab of Guru Teghbahadar Sahib with a virtual conference titled “Guru Teghbahadar Sahib: A Benevolent Warrior” in English. Witness the vastness of the Guru through the words of Bhai Nand Lal, Sainapati, and Bhai Vir Singh. Then enrich your understanding of the Ninth Nanak by hearing about “The politics of the Sword Warrior Guru,” “The Protector of Humanity'' and personal reflections from Salok Mahal 9.
Dr. Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh is a Crawford Professor and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Colby College in the United States. Her interests are centered around poetics and feminist issues. She she shares her thoughts on The Guru Granth Sahib Project.
Watch the entire conversation with Nimrat Kaur, and Sandeep Singh on the farmer protests moderated by Harinder Singh. This webinar discusses the protests as a pan India movement beyond the 3 Farm Bills. They focus on the Indian and International media coverage and the Sikh historical context of Morcha in Delhi and Panjab.
Scholar Dr. Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur, and educator, Surinder Singh discuss the poetry, Gurbani, and the inspiration of Bhai Vir Singh.
To celebrate the legacy of Guru Nanak Sahib on the 550th Prakash Purab, SikhRI reached out to artists across the globe to create non-portrait-based art flowing from the Sabads or Sakhis of Guru Nanak Sahib. The goal of this project was to create art that not just illustrates, but illuminates. This video showcases the art created for the #Nanakshahi500 Celebration.
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“Guru Nanak Sahib: 1-Ness to 1-Identity” exhibition is a tribute to the commemoration of Guru Nanak Sahib’s 550th Prakash Purab (Illumination Day). Launched at the National Museum, Delhi, India, February 2020.