Why Sikhi?

Because Gurbani is the only truth we have, inside the illusion of Maya. 

The concept of Sikhi is based on 3 simple rules: 
1. Earn honest for your living.
2. Share what you have with the needy. 
3. Meditate (24 hours a day). 

The holy scripture, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj is written by our Gurus themselves.  Nobody can change a single word of the teachings. 

Simranjeet Singh, Nairobi

My respected Gurbani Teacher. He is working as a Giani and Ragi in Gurudwara Sahib Singh Sabha, Nairobi. Since some years we do regular phone classes.

Jaswendar Kaur, Kuala Lumpur

One of my Panj Pyare and personal confidante. She was organising the Amrit Sanchar Ceremony for me and after some time she pulled me in the Panj Pyare team for a transport of Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj 🙏. I never expected that. 

Amrit Sanchar

At September 10, 2023 in Kuala Lumpur I gave my head to the Guru. So I´m official enrolled in the school of Sikhi.

Gurpreet Kaur, Basics of Sikhi Southeastasia

My favourite Parcharik. I met her in Kaurs Camp Ipoh, organized by Basics os Sikhi Southeastasia to listen Katha and practise Naam Simran and new things in Workshops. 

Simranjeet Singh,  Nairobi

When my reading speed of Japji Sahib was at 18 minutes, I went to the next Gurudwara Sahib and asked for help. So I found my respected Gurbani Teacher Simranjeet Singh.  We did Santhia of all Nitnem. That was really so helpful, to have a face to face teacher for some months. After that we continued the studies on phone.

After I learned Gurmukhi Alphabet, I was ready for Japji Sahib Santhia, which I found on the YouTube channel Basics of Sikhi. I followed all the Santhia videos with Jagraj Singh over and over again, until I was able to read alone. And I enjoyed that process so much.

Boota Singh, Ludhiana

My respected Gurmukhi alphabet teacher. It was interesting, to learn the new letters and sounds and really helpful to have a face to face teacher.

Parvinder Singh, Dhuri

When we was working for Human Rights, I stayed long time in the house of Parvinder Singh. Every morning at Amrit Vela I went with his parents to Gurudwara Sahib and the children shared Informations about Sikh history with me. 

Family of Sukhdarshan Singh, 

Ludhiana

When I supported the organic farming in Panjab, I stayed long time in the house of Sukhdarshan Singh. It was my first step into Sikhi. I was very impressed by the lifestyle and the stories about the Shaheedis and Sikh-history. 
We did regular Naam Simran with family and friends and I enjoyed the experience, how to live spirituality within a normal life. It was really inspiring.