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Unlike many religions Guru Nanak believed that women are the carriers of culture and tradition and men were dependent on them for many things- the Sikh concept of equality conveys both men and women equal. Sikhism Religion, Punjab Culture, Indiana, Guru Gobind Singh, Thing 1, World Religions, Sufi, Women In History, Buddhism

The Singhnia (Sikh Women) of Guru Gobind Singh | MrSikhNet

During the Jaap Sahib course here in Espanola, New Mexico Shanti Kaur Khalsa taught an inspiring class titled "The Singhnia of Guru Gobind Singh". This was a 1.5 hour class which might be a bit long for you to watch at a stretch so I have taken this class and edited it into different portions and topics. The following is a video of Shanti Kaur talking about the power of woman and the Sikh women from the time of Guru Gobind Singh. Watch the video below: Download: Video / Audio

From our Religious Education poster range, the The Five K's Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning. Religious Studies, Religious Images, Religious Education, 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Sikhism Beliefs, Sikhism Religion, British Values, Teaching Religion

The Five K's | Religious Educational School Posters

From our Religious Education poster range, the The Five K's Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning.

Amrita Pritam - the first prominent woman Punjabi poet, novelist, and essayist. Amrita Pritam, India Pakistan Border, Female Poets, Punjabi Culture, Writers And Poets, Great Women, Before Us, Women In History, Asian Woman

10 Sikh Women You Should Know

We talk a great talk about women's equality, but we are steeped in patriarchal culture that makes us complicit in the erasure of women. Even the few famo...

Teach children the significance of the 5 K's by creating this cute 5 K's little book - fun for younger and older children alike. could also do a relay with items in groups Primary Teaching, Teaching Writing, Teaching Kids, Teaching Resources, Religious Symbols, Religious Education, Kids Education, Class Displays, Classroom Displays

5 K’s little book

This 5 K's little book activity is brilliant to engage children of various ages and also teach them meaning and the significance of the Kakkars (Sikh symbols of faith and the attributes of the baptised Sikhs - Khalsa). We have two levels available: for younger children and for those, who could fill in the information…

Bearded Singh puppets craft to go with the story about Guru Ram Das ji and Baba Sri Chand. Kindergarten Activities, Activities For Kids, Painting For Kids, Art For Kids, Harvest Crafts For Kids, School Board Decoration, Kids Church Lessons, Puppet Crafts, Indian Crafts

Bearded Singh puppets

This mid October weekend we had a special session dedicated to Guru Ram Das Ji as it was Guru Ji's Prakash Utsav (day of birth) on the 9th of October. For full calendar of the Sikh memorable dates/Gurpurabs see our 2014-2020 Calendar, PDF available for free download. We've made these adorable bearded Singh puppets and…

The Khanda, a very nice Sikhism design which has three symbols within it, which are representative of swords to show their gods power and authority and the circle to represent the god who has no beginning or end. Doodle Art Drawing, Drawing For Kids, Art For Kids, Free Shapes, Cool Coloring Pages, Madhubani Painting, Religious Art, Painted Signs, Easy Drawings

Printable Khanda Template

Free printable khanda pattern. Cut out the shape and use it for coloring, crafts, stencils, and more.

Navjot Kaur shares with us the Sikh celebration of Vaisakhi, celebrated in April. Learn about the traditions of Vaisakhi and books featuring Sikh families. Drawing For Kids, Painting For Kids, Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Geography Lessons, New Year's Crafts, This Is A Book

Vaisakhi: Learn about this Sikh Celebration with Books, Videos, and More

Navjot Kaur shares with us the Sikh celebration of Vaisakhi, celebrated in April. Learn about the traditions of Vaisakhi and books featuring Sikh families.

Chaur Sahib making activity is also one of the Kiddie S … Projects For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Craft Activities, Preschool Crafts, Guru Arjan, Early Years Practitioner, Kids Castle, Guru Gobind Singh

Chaur Sahib

Chaur Sahib making activity is also one of the Kiddie Sangat favourites. Tie Ins: Guru Granth Sahib ji's pehla prakash gurpurab (when Guru Arjan Dev Ji opened the Adi Granth for the first time - The Gurus song) & Gurgaddi (when Guru Gobind Singh Ji made Guru Granth Sahib Ji the eternal Guru). You can…

 Use this activity to teach your little ones about Nishaan Sahib, Khalsa colours and Khanda. Easy Art, Simple Art, Super Simple, Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Junior Kings, Sikhism Religion, Kids Castle

Nishaan Sahib

A super easy to make Nishaan Sahib activity/craft. Before starting this activity I've told children the importance of Nishaan Sahib: the word NISHAAN means symbol, it shows where Gurdwara is, it's tall so it is easily noticeable and tells people that there is Khalsa and the Guru Ji in the neighbourhood. We have discussed the colours…

Kirpan craft is a perfect activity to celebrate Sikhism, for Vaisakhi or any… Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Diy Crafts, Baisakhi Images, Baisakhi Festival, Sword Craft, Early Years Practitioner, Kids Castle, Small Sword

Kirpan on a Gatra

This Kirpan craft is a perfect activity for Vaisakhi or any topic on Khalsa or 5 K's. It gives you a chance to introduce the concept of a Kirpan to a child from any cultural background. The kirpan (/kɪərˈpɑːn/; Punjabi: ਕਿਰਪਾਨ kirpān) is a small sword. It is one of the 5 K's (symbols of faith). The word…

Looking for a great sikh family game? The games I've selected are must-haves for every Sikh family. Do you want your kid to learn more about Sikhism and their roots? Visual Learning, Learning Tools, Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Reading Homework, Rainforest Theme, B Words, Indian Language, Kids Zone

Punjabi for Kids: Simple Words My Desi guru is where kids can learn Punjabi in a unique, interactive and stimulating way. Our DVD are educational and entertaining supporting parent's efforts to teach Punjabi to young kids. Kids will delight with the animated jungle characters, eye-catching visuals, new story adventures, interactive games and music with an Asian twist.

Khanda Mosaic - great fun for the little ones. Learn about the most recognisable Sikh symbol and have a go at creating patterns with the sticky squares. Art For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Sikhism Religion, Class Activities, Color Card, Little Ones, Mosaic

Khanda mosaic

This craft idea is a good fun and could be used with various topics. To make this Khanda Mosaic you will need: Khanda Mosaic PDF print outs colours glue colour card (optional) mosaic squares - we have used Glitter Foam Self-Adhesive Mosaic Squares from YellowMoon Instructions: Print out the Khanda Mosaic PDF on a card. The…