Sikh Dharma Books & Manuals
Victory and Virtue – Sikh Dharma Manual
by the Office of the Bhai Sahiba of Sikh Dharma International
An excellent reference tool for Ministers, Victory and Virtue explains about Sikh Ceremonies and Practices and is a unique guide to our Sikh Dharma lifestyle and Code of Conduct. This comprehensive manual has a wealth of information for anyone who wishes to deepen his or her understanding and appreciation of the practices of the Sikh lifestyle. Important historical background, Gurdwara protocols and ceremonies, and the science of the sound current are just some of the areas included.
The History of Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere
Heroes Saints and Yogis:
Tales of Self-Discovery and the Path of Sikh Dharma
compiled by MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa and MSS Guruka Singh Khalsa
What does it mean to live as a Sikh? How is this lifestyle relevant today? In this reader friendly collection of personal stories you will find “People Like You and Me” candidly sharing their experiences of self-discovery along the path of Sikh Dharma. This one-of-a-kind book includes fascinating tales of the unique lives of the ten men of higher consciousness who forged a path of everyday learning and personal excellence.
Sikh Spiritual Practice: The Sound Way to God
by Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa
This book explains the spiritual underpinnings of Sikh practice, including how Sikhs use sound to experience the Divine. You’ve seen Sikhs and wondered why they wear turbans and what they believe. Or you’ve been invited to a Sikh event and are wondering what to expect. This book explains what Sikhs practice, how they practice it and why. Along the way, you’ll get to read Sikh poetry, including passages by the great Sufi/Hindu saint Kabir. You’re a Kundalini Yoga student and wonder what the connection is between Sikhism and Kundalini Yoga. This book explains where the two disciplines meet and where they differ. It also includes some Kundalini Yoga you can practice, including one previously unpublished meditation. This book tells stories of people who became Sikhs and why they did so.