Tuesday, May 4

Welcome to The National Sikh Remembrance Foundation

Our online home will be a growing reflection of our activities, including invaluable resources hitherto unavailable.

We need your support to continue our groundbreaking work for the delivery of our mission – including this rich online facility. Please join us as an associate organisation or individual volunteer. You can also simply make a donation.

historic British-Sikh legacy

Our corporate partnerships

NSRF has been working successfully with partners from business for several years. Discussions and exchanges of views promote mutual understanding of the other’s motives and compulsions to act. As a “thank you” for your support you will receive a personal donation certificate by email after the donation. A little reminder of your good deed!

Forex Canada

ForexCanada.ca and the The National Sikh Remembrance Foundation have been working together on wolf protection since 2016. With educational work, the media agency wants to create acceptance and a good image for the people of Sikh.

The Royal British Legion
  • The Royal British Legionare is participating in:
  • Remembrance Day activities.
  • Fundraising for RBL activities.
  • Distribution of RBL’s ‘Khanda’ poppies.
  • Annual Poppy Day activities.
Forex Australia

With the Au markets trading app from the forex site Bestforexbrokeraustralia.com, traders get to know the perspective of the market trend.

Forex South Africa

The group of companies with the Online Trading South Africa has been supporting the NSRF for a long time in its work for trading online to generate income.


Sikhism / Sikhi

Sikhs, especially male believers, can be recognized by their distinctive appearance: an artfully tied turban ( dastar ) covers their uncut hair, the men wear a beard, and one often sees the steel bangle that Sikhs wear as a symbol of community. It is not uncommon for followers of the Sikh religion to be given expressions such as “Taliban” or worse because they are considered to be “fanatical Muslims”. Sikhism – also called Sikhi – is the fourth major indigenous religion of India alongside Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. He combined elements from Islam and even more from Hinduism with mystical elements from Sufism and yoga to create a belief system that today is a world religion of its own.

More Info about Sikhi(Sources)

Sri Guru-Granth Sahib, trans. in English by Gopal Singh, 4 vols., New Delhi et al. 1984
Monika Thiel-Horstmann, Life from the Truth: Texts from the Holy Scriptures of the Sikhs, Zurich 1988 The Sikh Religion, information sheet of the Sikh Forum, www.sikh- religion.de
The Sikh religion, information brochure of the Sikh community in Berlin, undated
Guru Granth Sahib. The Eleventh Guru of the Sikhs, information brochure of the Sikh community Berlin, undated.


Secondary literature

Ulrich Dehn, Sikhism, in: Michael Klöcker / Udo Tworuschka (ed.), Handbuch der Religionen 4 / X, Munich 2000
Othmar Gächter, Sikhism, in: Johann Figl (ed.), Handbuch Religionswissenschaft. Religions and their central themes, Innsbruck et al. 2003, 368-383
Monika Horstmann, Der Sikhismus , in: Peter Antes (ed.), The Religions of the Present, History and Belief, Munich 1996, 136-160
Khushwant Singh / Raghu Rai, Die Sikhs, Stuttgart / Bonn 1986