Sacred Sikh Scriptures and Texts
- How to Read a Hukam (2)
- What Gurbani Says About (5)
- Sikh Prayers for All Occasions (17)
- Learn Gurmukhi and Sikh Prayers (12)
- Read Complete Guru Granth (4)
- Gurmukhi and Gurbani Online (7)
- Guru Granth, Nitnem, Prayer Books and Recording Resources (3)
Everything You Need to Know About Sikhism Scriptures and Prayers
Did you know that the prayers and scripture of Sikhism are written in the Gurmukhi script of the sacred language of Gurbani? Every Sikh is expected to learn Gurmukhi and read, recite, or listen to the five required prayers which make up the Nitnem banis and read from Guru Granth Sahib every day. Find out here everything you need to know about...
Top Ten Reasons To Read Nitnem Every Day
Did you know that daily devotions are an important part of Sikhism? Find how here the top ten reasons that Sikhs read Nitnem daily prayers.
What is the Significance of Raag in Gurbani?
Did you know that hymns of the Sikh scripture are written in Indian music system of classical raag? What is raag? How many ragas have been used in Gurbani? What is the significance of raag which appear in Guru Granth Sahib? Find out here.
The Guru Granth, Sikhism’s Holy Scripture
Guru Granth Sahib is the name of the Sikh scripture. Sikhs consider the sacred scripture to be their Guru. Find out all about how the Sikhs care for their Guru.
Who are the Authors of Sikhism's Holy Scripture, The Guru Granth?
Who are the authors of Gurbani, Sikhism's Holy Scripture, The Guru Granth? Find out here.
Top Nitnem Prayer Books in Gurmukhi and English
If you are learning to read Gurbani, you won't want to be without this top reference book. "Sacred Nitnem" offers both Gurmukhi and phonetic spellings, with English translations, and insights into meanings into the five daily Sikh prayers.
DIY Sikhism Sewing and Stitching Projects and Gifts
Do-It-Yourself free cross stitch patterns with Sikhism themes, step-by-step illustrated instructions on how to create hard to find specialty Sikh worship and ceremonial items like baby's first prayer book, prayer book covers, a portable altar and furnishings for Sikh scriptures can be found here.
"Bani Pro" Nitnem CD by Rajnarind Kaur: Review
Having difficulty with the Gurmukhi sounds of Sikh prayers? Learn to Pronounce Nitnem Banis with "Bani Pro" CD set by Rajnarind Kaur