Recordings from past webinars, live events and presentations by SikhRI presenters, as well as creative explorations of Sikh concepts.
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Join us as we explore the recent rise of literature, art, film, and photography focusing on the anti-Sikh violence of 1984. What is the language of violence? How do we find such language for translating the unspeakable? And who speaks for those who suffer the violence? Our panelists, Gauri Gill, Sarbpreet Singh, and The Singh Twins, will delve into questions surrounding the representation of 1984.
The Guru Granth Sahib Project is pleased to launch the annotation of six Sabads, (Infinite-Wisdom) of Guru Teghbahadar Sahib. Three Sabads are in Rag (musical mode) Ramkali, and three are in Rag Maru.
In the month of Maghar (16 November – 13 December), cold descends. Pausing takes place, a slowing down of life. We witness a dormancy in nature. Guru Nanak Sahib says, this month is also good; this month also feels good, as long as the virtues of 1-Light are within. Is the slowing down of life inviting us to enter within? Can we slow down to hear the murmur within? The Eternal One exists within. There is no separation. Internalize the Eternal, become eternal. We pause. We question. Have we inculcated the virtues of 1-Light?
The Guru Granth Sahib Project is pleased to launch the annotation of six Sabads, (Infinite-Wisdom) of Guru Teghbahadar Sahib. Three Sabads are in Rag (musical mode) Tilang, and three are in Rag Bilaval.
The eighth month of Barah Maha Katak occurs from mid-October to mid-November. The second harvest has begun; what is sowed is now becoming fruitful. The human-bride has now taken refuge in the Wisdom of the Guru. She’s walking on the Guru’s path. She’s nourishing in the Guru’s teachings, and the Wisdom enables union with the Divine-Husband. She blooms in delight. Follow along as the human-bride seeks an understanding of the purpose of deeds. What do they do to us? And what can they do for us?
Dr. Anokh Singh, Dr. Bavenjit Kaur, and clinical counselor Palwinder Kaur Gill, draw on their personal and professional experience in this conversation. What problems with alcohol look like in Sikh communities; why they occur; common challenges folks face when engaging with the healthcare system, and how we can harness hope, empathy, and Sikhi when we are struggling.
The Guru Granth Sahib Project is pleased to launch the annotation of three Sabads, Infinite-Wisdom, of Guru Teghbahadar Sahib in Rag (musical mode) Jaitsari. This ancient rag evokes a mood of happiness and bliss. Jasleen Kaur shares her thoughts and reflections on the Sabad.