Great Graphic novel about Sikhism

Indian Sikh priest Giani Jagtar Singh carries the Guru Granth Sahib, the central religious text of Sikhism, during a religious procession to mark the 413th anniversary of the installation of the Guru Granth Sahib at the Golden Temple in Amritsar in August 2017. Photo: Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images

Sikhs are primarily found within India but the Sikh diaspora is found in many nations throughout the world with Britain, Canada, and the United States hosting many Sikh citizens. Sikhs are often recognized by their distinctive uncut hair and turbans and are sometimes mistaken for Muslims but Sikhism is a distinct and separate religion. The Wilson Quarterly published a graphic novel by Josh Kramer in its fall 2015 issue. It’s well worth reading and educating yourself about this important world religion.

Tell Me Something About Sikh People by Josh Kramer Wilson Quarterly Fall 2015 


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