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Future Works
Our future projects include penning down in-depth meanings of Guru Granth Sahib Ji and creating a database software for the same. The purpose of this project is to make an index and a keyword search accessible through the Internet, computer and mobile platforms. Furthermore, this project will provide an excellent learning tool for children and beginners to appreciate the complexities and intricacies of Sikh scriptures. Our objective is to establish an extensive literature database to promote further academic research on Sikh scriptures and culture, which has not been done before.

We are dedicated to spreading the knowledge of meditative techniques, as described in Sikh scriptures, to promote the holistic healing of mind, body and spirit. Several mantras from Sikh scriptures have proven useful in anger management, relaxation and enhancing the stress response system of the body. Our goal is to spread this knowledge through our websites, print and electronic media. We are also planning encompass informational advertising campaigns on various South Asian media outlets in Canada to present an integrated communication mix for our educational campaigns on meditative techniques and healthy lifestyle. is a registered charity with Canadian Revenue Agency so that it can draw in more monetary help from the community, which will help in the mass distribution of high quality books, CDs, DVDs and other resources. The increasing number of youth interested in taking advantage of learning from our team has given rise to a need for owning an operational center in at least Brampton, Calgary and Surrey to cater to the demand, and for conducting regular large scale classes working towards all the purposes outlined below:

  1. To make transliterations and translations of Sikh scriptures accessible across different electronic platforms
  2. To promote universal harmony based on the teachings of Sikh philosophy
  3. To discourage use of intoxicants and drugs in local communities, especially among youth, and promote the adoption of Sikhism’s “three pillars”: Kirat (honest work), Naam japna (meditation), Vand ke chakkna (sharing your earning).
  4. Establishing and maintaining an office to provide our services and resources on Sikh scriptures, multimedia, health awareness initiatives and training on meditative techniques.
Works to Date

Over the past several years, our group of volunteers have delivered lectures and distributed print and electronic materials on the annual occasion of ‘Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan’ in Surrey, Calgary and Toronto. About 110,000 people attend this annual event in Surrey, followed by 120,000 in Toronto and 22,000 in Calgary. At least 10 committed volunteers from the aforementioned cities have been distributing print and electronic materials at this event for the past many years to promote mental, physical and spiritual well-being.

In March 2012, a group of volunteers from collaborated with the University of Waterloo’s Sikh Students Association to organize “Picture yourself in a turban” day. The purpose of this event was to spread awareness about the significance of turban in Sikhism. More than 450 students and faculty at the university tied turbans and took photographs in this unique attire. The manager of the Student Life Centre at the University of Waterloo described it as “one of the top two events in the last five years.” Similarly, Sikh Youth Calgary called upon our organization to celebrate Canada’s diversity by tying turbans on Calgary’s Canada day celebrations. A total of 2079 Canadians took photographs in red and white turbans to celebrate the colours of our national flag. The event gained extensive press and media coverage: CTV, Global News, OMNI TV and Calgary Herald reported on this event. The city of Calgary recognized this effort by acknowledging as the “busiest event” at the city’s Canada Day celebrations. Such efforts underline this organization’s firm commitment to foster strong community relationships across Canada. We will carry conducting this fun filled and educating event: ‘picture yourself in a turban’, throughout various cities in Canada.