Sikh Dharma

In the late 1960s, thousands of people began to embrace the Sikh way of life, and today, an estimated 24 million Sikhs can be found worldwide. The spiritual leader who inspired many, who are now Sikhs around the globe, to adopt the Sikh lifestyle was Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi Ji, affectionately known as Yogi Bhajan. His contribution to Sikh history is significant in that, for the first time since the time of the Gurus in India 1469 - 1708, large numbers of individuals from various faith, social, geographic and cultural backgrounds were inspired to live the Sikh lifestyle as a direct result his teachings and the impact of his presence.  The Siri Singh Sahib brought to the West the inspiration of his deep, personal love and reverence for the Guru, as well as knowledge of the practical application of the Guru's power and wisdom.  His mastery of "shabad," the power of the sound current inherent in the Guru's words, has opened the hearts and minds of people everywhere.

Sikh Dharma International, the non-profit organization founded by the Siri Singh Sahib to serve the Sikh Community worldwide, has become a powerful vehicle for spreading the light of the Guru's teachings. The technologies and practices of Sikh Dharma are uniquely suited to helping people reclaim their spirituality, dignity and grace.

Sikh Dharma is a religion of experience that is open and available to all.  It teaches that the virtues of love, courage, dedication and righteousness belong to all people, just as all people have a birthright to be Healthy, Happy and Holy.

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