Sikh Resources

The book is based on the teachings, Doctrine of Sikh Gurus.

The book has the chapters on what is Sikhism, Beliefs and Practices, about the Sikh holy book.

The book contains the birth, growth and spread of Sikhism

The dictionary has the explanatory meanings of Sikhism terms

The book is based on the relevant history of the Sikh Dharam and establishes the centrality of the Dasam Graṅth within it.

The is based on the study of the social and political status of women in Sikhism

The book has the chapters on various traditions in Sikhism

The book is the collection of twenty-three articles selected from the past issues of The Journal of Religious Studies published by the Guru Gobind Singh Department of Religious Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

The Guru Granth Sahib or Adi Granth is the religious text of Sikhism. It is a voluminous text of 1430 pages, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708.

The book is based on the history of the compilation the Adi Granth - the creation of the Sikh "canon" - is the subject of considerable speculation and debate.

This basic guide and resource book targets four fields--religious studies, history, world literature, and ethnic or migration studies--in which Sikhism is now receiving greater attention.

This book portrays the Supreme Reality in five facets, discusses the issues of Divine Ordinance and Grace, humanism and peace, suffering and death from the Sikh perspective

The book on the traumatic events in Punjab in the eighties and early nineties with the rise of Khalistani terrorism shook the entire nation.

The book covers the social, religious and political background which led to the formation of the Sikh faith in the fifteenth century.

The book is based on the historical study Raja Ranjit Singh

The book contains the history of the death of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, the great Punjab empire he had built was driven by intrigues, betrayals, assassinations and wars until the British finally annexed it.

Part I on Punjab's history, culture, language and Sikhism. Part ii on the partition, the Khalistan movement, operation blue star, the anti-Sikh riots. Part iii on Punjabis poets, politicians, activists, friends and family.

Operation Blue Star is one of the most controversial, hotly-debated military operations in the world and a turning point in contemporary Indian history

Guru Nanak visit in the early 16th century laid the foundation of Sikhism in Afghanistan. Several documents record the native Hindus and Sikhs in the Afghan society and their thriving trade. But today, almost 99 per cent of Afghan Hindus and Sikhs have left the country.

Guru Gobind Singhs most trusted disciple. So much so that when the seriously injured guru could not lead his Sikh army against the Mughal forces, he appointed Banda Singh Bahadur as his deputy.

21 soldiers of 36th Sikh regiment stood undeterred as they guarded the post of Saragarhi against the onslaught of almost 10,000 Islamic Afghan tribesmen a battle for the ages that ended in them laying down their lives in a final hand­to­hand combat.

It is an ideal novel for those who wish to learn more about India’s past and is looking for more than the socio-political scenario behind the partition.

The comparative study of Sikhism and Christianity




Sikh Dharma (Website)

The website contains the detail information of Sikh tradition, the gurus and their doctrine and the events

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Guru Granth Sahib (Website)

The Guru Granth Sahib was first compiled by the Fifth Sikh Guru, Arjan Dev, in 1604 in the city of Amritsar. Its second and last version was the handiwork of Guru Gobind Singh, and it was finalized at Damdama Sahib in the year 1705.

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The Sikh Caste (Website)

The website has detail information on castes Sikhism

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Major Sikh Castes and Subcastes (Article)

The article on castes and subcastes in Sikhism

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Sikh Population (Article)

The article on world Sikh population

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Demographics of Sikhism (Article)

The article on world Sikh demography

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Sikh-Americans and Religious Liberty (Article)

The article on Sikhs demography in the U.S.

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The United Sikhs (Website)

It is a U.N. affiliated, international NGO, humanitarian relief, human development and advocacy organization, aimed at empowering especially disadvantaged and minority communities across the world

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Khalsa Aid is an international (Website)

It is a UK-based humanitarian relief charity providing support around the world to victims of natural and man-made disasters.

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The Network of Sikh Organisations (Website)

It is the  Sikh Organisations links more than 130 UK gurdwaras and other UK Sikh organisations in active cooperation to enhance the image and understanding of Sikhism in the UK.

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Sikh Dharma International (Website)

It is the organisation whose mission is to serve and uplift humanity through the universal teachings of the Sikh Gurus and the path of Sikh Dharma, as shared by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan.

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The Sikh Foundation International (Website)

It was founded in 1967 to promote the heritage and future of Sikhism. It is a non-profit non-political charitable organization

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Sikh Youth Federation, USA (Website)

It was established in 1968, to educate the future generations of the Sikhs about heritage and to acquaint the inhabitants of North America about the Sikh value system and way of life.

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The World Sikh Organization (Website)

The World Sikh Organization of Canada promotes and protects the interest of Sikhs in Canada and around the world.

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Sikh Press Association (Website)

It is media organisation dedicatedly working for Sikh organisations

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International Sikh Youth Federation ISYF (Article)

The article on the ISYF proscribed in India under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) on March 22, 2002, was founded in the United Kingdom (UK) in 1984 after Operation Blue Star

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Harvesting Souls In Punjab: How The Evangelical Ecosystem Targets Sikhs (Article)

The article of religious conversion of Sikhs by Christian missionaries

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Akali Dal, Shiromani (Website)

The premier political party of the modern period of Sikhism founded in 1920

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Sikhs Helping Sikhs (Website)

It is the Sikh based, non-profit organization that would aim to benefit the lives of Sikhs and unite them in the process

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Sikh Chamber of Commerce (Website)

The organisation with a mission is to bring forth the tenets of Sikhism of HONESTY, EQUALITY, HARD WORK, SEWA & ONENESS and work towards their implementation in business and professions by Sikhs and Non-Sikhs.

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Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (Website)

It is an organization in India responsible for the management of gurdwaras, Sikh places of worship in three states of Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh and the union territory of Chandigarh

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Sikh Religion Census 2011 (Website)

Statewise Sikh population in India

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Why is the number of Sikhs declining in Punjab? (Article)

The article is on the study of Sikhs population in Punjab

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The world Sikh News (Website)

The portal has news content on Sikhism across the world

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Sikh Channel (Website)

It is the FIRST broadcasting channel of its kind in the world broadcasting Sikh religious and cultural shows around the clock across the world.

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Sikh Net (Website)

The portal has news content on Sikhism across the world

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Sikh Siyasat News (Website)

The portal has news content on Sikhism across the world

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