Based in New Jersey, the Sikh Research Institute has made its Sojhi program available for free download, which includes over 150 lesson plans for teaching Sikh-related language and history/culture to students in the kindergarten through second grade levels. Professionally constructed and comprehensive, the curricula are excellent resources that provide thorough instructions for teachers and parents, and are designed with schools in mind: Khalsa schools and parents worldwide are encouraged to try out portions of this curriculum in their classrooms and homes. […]
“Our work is how do we create a city without sorrow, that’s what harmony is about,’’ he said. “Harmony is not about converting everyone to what you like, but harmony is about working with everyone to create a great society.” — Harinder Singh, of the Sikh Research Institute, comments as the keynote speaker at an interfaith event held by the Interfaith Brotherhood/Sisterhood of Bergen County in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, on Monday. Read more about the event at NorthJersey.com.