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M. A. Maucalife, an English Historian said "Had Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji been born in England, the whole World would have turned Sikh".

No other religion can boast the forward thinking of the Sikh religion.  Professor Arnold Toynbee quoted "That by creating The Khalsa, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji anticipated Lenin by two Centuries".  


Sikhism is one of the youngest Religions to be born and yet it has over 20 million followers world-wide.  From the time of Sri Nanak Dev Ji, the first Sikh Guru and the founder of Sikhism, to the tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the creator of the Khalsa Panth, Sikhs have had to suffer for their beliefs.   500 Years ago, as today and despite the suffering it was believed that time would bring a swift end to Sikhism.

Sikhism has never been stronger and this web site brings to you an overview of Sikhism and why it has stood the test of time. 

Also included are links to other Sikhism resources and the Sikh sufferings and injustices that continue today.



Please remember the images you see here, help your fellow being, remember the sacrifices our Ten Supreme Gurus made in the name Sikhism, to bring to us peace in our hearts and beliefs,  and for restoring self dignity that all men and women on this Earth are born equal.


This web site is dedicated to Sikhs and all human beings on this Earth, to those who have suffered in the past, to those who are suffering today and now in the name of Waheguru (God Omnipresent).  

The following four lines are dedicated to my family, friends and relatives for their encouragement and for allowing me the time to produce this Web Site.  I hope you take time to absorb the four lines and remember our faith as one of purity, compassion and love.


Please enjoy these pages and please use the information with respect.  

Thank you.