Videos

Interviews, discussions & presentations

Recordings from past webinars, live events and presentations by SikhRI presenters, as well as creative explorations of Sikh concepts.

Tuesday
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December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Identity” Exhibition: Principles and 1-Ness

“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.

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Tuesday
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December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Identity” Exhibition: Legacy and Center

“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.

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Tuesday
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1
December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Identity” Exhibition: Questioning prevailing conventions

“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.

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Tuesday
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1
December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Identity” Exhibition: Travel Conversations

“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.

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Tuesday
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1
December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Identity” Exhibition: Labor to 1-Ness

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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.

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Tuesday
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1
December
2020

Guru Nanak Sahib "1-Ness to 1-Identity" Exhibition: Birth to Eternal Thread

“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.

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Monday
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30
November
2020

Asa Ki Var: Transforming into a lover of the Beloved

The Guru’s Wisdom helps us turn from ordinary human beings into divine-like beings full of IkOankar’s virtues. Asa-Ki-Var raises our consciousness and enables us to look at the current political, social, economic, and gender issues through that Wisdom.

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Wednesday
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18
November
2020

Panjabi - How to Navigate the Guru Granth Sahib Project website

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Listen in Panjabi on how to navigate the Guru Granth Sahib Project website. This is all you need to know to get the most out of the site. This project aspires to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to English speakers globally. People from all around the world can build that deeper connection that they couldn’t before. Beyond that, there are increasing generations of Sikhs in the diaspora who do not consume Panjabi content, let alone the Guru Granth Sahib. The universal messages and timeless wisdom of Sabad are trapped behind a disconnection with the script and lexicon of the time. Research, interpretation, and technology converging to make Guru Granth Sahib accessible to all!

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Saturday
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14
November
2020

Stories That Transform Children

Watch the entire conversation with social entrepreneur and children’s book author, Deanna Singh, writer, scholar, and activist, Simran Jeet Singh, and author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur. Together, they re-imagine storytelling for a new generation and tell stories that deserve to be told.

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Wednesday
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11
November
2020

Highlights: Guru Nanak Sahib: Revolutionary in Oneness

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Tuesday
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10
November
2020

Revolutionary In Oneness: "The Spiritual is Political," by Jasleen Kaur

Jasleen Kaur is a lover of poetry and the power of words, of everything outside (especially birds), of music, and the study of religion. She is interested in the ways that diversity in religious practice constructs small overlapping worlds within religious communities and shows us that lived religion is much messier and more complex than what we might otherwise expect.

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Tuesday
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10
November
2020

Revolutionary In Oneness: "Gems, Jewels & Pearls in the Mind," by Dr. Jaswant Singh

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Jaswant Singh is a scholar of Sikh Studies. His immense love for Sabad (Divine Word) propels him to read, reflect, research, and share the Infinite-Wisdom in Guru Granth Sahib with the wider community. He currently serves as the Director of Gurbani Research at the Sikh Research Institute. A passionate speaker, Dr. Singh has over 20 years of experience teaching Sikhi.

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Tuesday
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10
November
2020

Revolutionary In Oneness: "Guru Nanak Sahib: My Patshah," by Inni Kaur

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Inni Kaur is a passionate author, poet, storyteller, and painter. She is the author of the children’s book series, Journey with the Gurus that is inspired by the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Sahib. Her other children’s books are Sakhi-Time with Nani ji, Thank You Vahiguru, and Daddy’s Turban. She currently serves as the Creative Director at the Sikh Research Institute.

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Tuesday
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10
November
2020

Revolutionary In Oneness: "Artful Eye: Using Art to Interpret Sabad," by Kiranjot Kaur

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Kiranjot Kaur is a Vancouver based artist who enjoys painting vibrant, exploratory pieces and drawing high-contrast and bold ink designs. Kiranjot is a self-taught artist who explores a multitude of techniques in order to serve inspiration and provide truthful, artful renderings to her ideas. Kiranjot’s work has been featured in several local art shows.

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Tuesday
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November
2020

Revolutionary In Oneness: "The Persian Poetics of Guru Nanak Sahib," by Asha Marie Kaur

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Asha Marie Kaur is a traveler, wordsmith, and polyglot. She is currently a Research Assistant with Sikh Research Institute and holds a BA in Political Science and International Studies from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she was born and raised. She is working on re-introducing Sabad (Divine Word) in Guru Granth Sahib to the Persian world.

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