About the book
The Sikhi Marriage Handbook is written to help those interested in a Sikh marriage to understand the unique aspects of the Anand Karaj – the ceremony of spiritual bliss. In the Sikh faith, marriage is more than a partnership between two individuals. It is the pathway to God, and the Anand Karaj reveals how the merger with God occurs in four unique stages, called the Laavan.
You will learn about the meaning of the Anand Karaj, how the ceremony is carried out and what to expect. The thought of getting married can be quite daunting, so the book helps you gain self knowledge and discover the skills that are vital for a healthy relationship but may never have been taught in childhood. It then moves on to finding the right partner and laying a healthy foundation in the first year, which is probably the most challenging. Finally, you will get an understanding of what is not acceptable in a marriage and what you can do if things start to go wrong. This is a must-read guide for getting married or for anyone wanting to improve their relationship through better communication, personal growth and Sikhi virtues.
- A great book for those who are married, or anyone wanting to get married
- Beautiful and professional layout
- Each chapter ends with a summary of things to consider to reflect on your learning
- The book concludes with 10 things for a happy Anand Karaj
- Includes infographics to summarise various aspects of marriage
CANADA and USA
PLEASE NOTE: Delivery is estimated at 7 to 14 for Canada and the USA.
The book is also available for local purchase in Canada at the following store:
Amitoj Sales – 12885 85 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 0K8, Canada
About the author
Tarsem Singh is an international speaker on the Sikh faith. Having studied the teachings for over 25 years, he has delivered lectures, seminars and workshops on Sikh spirituality and concepts worldwide. A former Global Director of Software Development, he has created various innovative resources about the faith, including the world’s first online and desktop search engine for the Sikh scriptures. Further resources are available free from the Sikh History and Religious Education (SHARE) charity website www.sharecharityuk.com.