The Khalsa was a universal brotherhood of warrior-saints. Their primary purpose was to protect the meek from further oppression and tyranny. Swearing to defend the people’s right to live freely, the Khalsa adorned a unique physical identity, as per their divine mission: to stand out from the crowd, be ever-ready to protect others and continually fight for humanity.
The great Sikh warrior, Baba Deep Singh, triumphs over Afghan tyranny and injustice to bring back the honour of the holy city, Amritsar, at the cost of his own life.
In Punjab lives a great Sikh warrior called Baba Deep Singh (75 years). He is shown to be brave and skillful, through righteous acts such as rescuing abducted girls from Mughal attacks.
Join these four families as they recount the biggest adventure of their lives: packing up their bags and moving from their comfortable homes in the UK, back to their mother’s land. Hard to believe? See it with your own eyes.
Kesri Kids is a series of animated episodes centred around a group of 5 special children that share exciting adventures together.
Set in modern UK, whenever these Kesri Kids find themselves in sticky situations, they work together as one to solve a problem and overcome whatever obstacles come their way.
Guru Ravidas laid the foundation in the fight for caste equality. His legacy remains an illuminating example of what can be achieved when we treat all living beings as the light of God.
Baba Farid fought ‘for words, using words’. The father of modern-day Punjabi poetry, his life was full of struggles to help the blossoming Punjabi language gain a respectable place in society.
With his spiritual determination and sweet voice, he brought about a much-needed linguistic revolution in 12th Century India. For his sweet words, honest ideals and loving behaviour, Farid became known as the epitome of Sweetness (Shakarganj).