How I Became a Sikh

I’m from the same generation as Gurumustuk Singh’s parents. We were the “pioneers”… the first generation of Americans who realized that we were the Guru’s Sikhs. Of course, I was not born to Sikh parents. Most people figure out quite quickly that even though my name is obviously Indian in origin and my dress is unusual as well, I am an American, born and raised in the United States. At that point, I think one of the most common questions I’m asked, “What made you decide to become a Sikh?â€? I first began to discover who I really was in the 1960’s. Read more…

4 Responses to “How I Became a Sikh”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually, everyone in this world is born sikh, later we change to whatever. You just came back to your original form. You both look good, thanks for sharing your secrets.

  2. Anonymous says:

    interesting journey. I luv the whole different experiences bits like tibetan monks,etc lol…

    I agree with first commenter…I also believe everone is a Sikh a truth seeker, a disciple when they are born it is only by doctrine by parents and society that the child grows up in that they forget their God and spiritual connection to everything and everyone. Only few get the chance to return to the path or encounter Sikh teachings which once again open up the channels for spiritual connection of the One God and once you encounter the love of God well nothing can harm you and nothing will make you dispair as you will be invicinble for Waheguru ji has granted your soul union and eternal bliss. There is our paradise there is our heaven and there is our home.

    Sat Naam Sri Waheguru ji

  3. xSHANTIx says:

    wow Wahegurus blessings shine upon so many people..i love to hear stories of how people are blessed by Guru Ji…it jus makes me smile so much…Waheguru Ji Ki Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

  4. Turbo says:

    Guruka Singh Ji thanks for the insight into your spiritual journey.