We are imagining a contemporary future for Sikhs. Through innovation and investment we are creating a Sikh institution for the future and encouraging new opportunities for connection to the Guru's wisdom.
Preservation is not enough. Our Charter Members are interested in fuelling work that will create a living, thriving culture for Sikhi. From the present moment, through to our children and grandchildren, our Charter Members are collectively looking towards the horizon to ensure that a bright future lies in store for those seeking a path towards Sikhi.
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Our Charter Members span geographies, life experiences and qualifications. Our membership reflects the diversity of the Panth.
We are imagining a contemporary future for Sikhs that does NOt currently exist
We are encouraging a worldwide connection to Gurbani that does NOt exist
We are setting out to build the institution that does NOt exist
Our Charter Members are the founders of this future — committed to this shared vision.
Since 2003, the Sikh Research Institute has developed content and experiences to connect Sikhs with the Guru Granth Sahib, inspiring them to lead a Guru-inspired life. We have undergone many evolutions and revolutions in this time and now stand at the threshold of our most profound work.
This exhibition was unique for its focus on Guru Nanak Sahib's narrative, supported by primary and secondary sources, and further augmented throug artistic expressions. The Exhibition moved from the earliest mentions of Guru Nanak Sahib, through time until present-day.
Launched in Australia and the United Kingdom, this exhibit is meant to give audiences a glimpse into the life and legacy of Guru Nanak Sahib. 13 panel.
Our list of globally renowned speakers united in Surrey, BC to highlight the connection to the philosophies that shaped spiritual and temporal life in South Asia.
A network was created for our members who believed in our vision and wanted to help in facilitating individual transformation and institutional critical thinking.
The one day training session is aimed at current and prospective Gurduara boards, management, and decision makers. It's goal is to to inform Gurduara board officials of their Panthak and legal responsibilities.
Our theatre production opened up the floor for conversation around 1984 among the masses, to invoke Guru Nanak’s sensitivity to suffering, especially in genocidal campaigns.
The programme helped connect young Sikh students with Sikh professionals in their areas of interest to empower them to succeed, as well as to build the proper foundational skills to thrive in their industry.
SikhRI's global expansion begins with the launch of SikhRI Canada. Our Canadian counterpart helps extend SikhRI to a larger audience, with more conferences and fundraisers taking place in Canada.
Sojhi K-12 standards and lesson plans launched.
We rolled out our first phase of the Sojhi curriculum. This included free downloadable individual lessons of Boli (language) & Virsa (heritage) lesson plans for students in Kindergarten through to the second grade. 156 lesson plans for these three grade levels are still available. Click here to learn more.
We launched the The Vidia Mentorship Program in British Columbia, Canada. The program was designed to connect young Sikh students with Sikh professionals in their areas of interest to empower them to succeed.
Launch of the play Kultar’s Mime in Boston to facilitate conversation on 1984 among masses to invoke Guru Nanak’s sensitivity to suffering, especially in genocidal campaigns.
SikhRI launches the Gurduara Governance Program
A one day training session aimed at current and prospective Gurduara boards, management, and decision makers. The training offers to make Gurduara board individuals fully informed of their Panthak and legal responsibilities.
Our eye-opening conference on the life and legacy of Guru Nanak this past weekend at SFU’s newly opened School of Sustainable Energy Engineering. The conference brought in a few hundred guests to downtown Surrey to listen to a wide array of presenters from around the globe in celebration of #Nanakshahi550.Learn more about the conference
With the help of The Guru Granth Sahib Project, 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 diaspora who do not consume Panjabi content, let alone Gurbani. The universal messages and timeless wisdom of Sabad are trapped behind a disconnection with the script and lexicon of the time.Try out The Guru Granth Sahib Project simulation now
Running from February 1st to 9th, the exhibition will illustrate the life and times of Guru Nanak Sahib through panel discussions, workshops, poetry and music sessions, and much more. For more information, go to voyce.in.Learn more about the event