Exploring Sikhism: Theo meets the Irish Sikh Council

Theo was visited by Harpeet Singh of the Irish Sikh Council who is going to take us through some of the aspects of this often unexplored religion.

The Irish Sikh Council is the representative body of Sikh community in Ireland. Founded in 2004, Irish Sikh Council has been representing Sikh community at various national and international events. This website will give you brief introduction about Irish Sikh Council and its activities. You will also find details of past or upcoming events, introduction on Sikh religion and community, articles and resources to give you more details on Sikhism, press releases, resources for educators, students, health agencies and lot more.

He will also take us through the expierences this minority has faced in coming to Ireland and on ways we can all live in Irish society.

Sikhism is a monotheistic faith, which was founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji (1469 – 1539) and shaped by his nine successors in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in South Asia. Sikhism is not a sect of Hinduism or Islam, or synthesis of these two faiths.

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