Features original articles from our volunteer staff of over 20 contributing writers along with daily news stories gathered from around the world by our news editors. Keep up-to-date on all things Sikh-related and enjoy in-depth journalism along with thought-provoking original essays and posts every day.
Every day over 16,000 people receive inspiration from the Daily Hukamnama from Harimandir Sahib in Amritsar, delivered via our website, on Facebook, Twitter, via email or through the Daily Hukamnama smartphone app, and even by a telephone call.
The Youth Q&A Forum has been online since 1999. This is an open forum where anyone can ask any question and anyone can reply. The forum is moderated by a team of Gursikhs and the best answers are voted for by the forum members. No subject is taboo, and questions can be asked anonymously if desired. No question goes unanswered.
Our YouTube Channel has been one of the greatest ways we reach, inform and inspire our global sangat. SikhNet was one of the first organizations out there making videos for Sikhs across the globe. Since 2006 we have produced over 640 videos which have over 19 million views!
A 26-part Video Series About Japji Sahib called Gurbani Whiteboards
7-part Sikhi Strong Videos Series
A 4-part Sikh History Series on The Early Life of Guru Nanak
4 Animated Kids Stories Videos
2 Short Form Documentaries on Inspirational Sikhs
Over 25 More Inspirational Videos
on a variety of important topics and issues for our Sikh audience
SikhNet hosts open discussion forums on many topics such as family and personal relationships, the Guru’s path, health and wellbeing and Gurbani vichar.
Our Guru Granth Sahib Katha App allows people to learn and understand the meaning of Gurbani using this easy to use audio book style app. Currently featuring over 600 hours of Gurbani Katha in Punjabi by Giani Thakur Singh and Giani Harbhajan Singh USA. We are regularly adding additional Katha audio in both Punjabi and English to the app. In 2020 this app will merge in with the Gurbani Media Center app.
With almost 6,300 articles on Sikhism, the Sikh people and their culture and over five million users, SikhiWiki.org remains the top research and resource site for Sikhs on the Web. Since it is a WIKI, anyone can contribute and/or edit information on SikhiWiki. Our moderator, Hari Singh oversees all SikhiWiki articles.