Chamkaur S. Sandhu


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  • wants to volunteer 2016-03-12 18:52:26 -0800

    Get Involved

    We, the Sikh Qaum are lucky to have your support and are counting on you to help us.

    It is our right to #freeakaltakht. It is our responsibility to #freeakaltakht. Let us come together. Now is the time.

    Interested in getting involved? We currently need help in the following areas: regional leads, English-Punjabi translation, legal, finance, project management, public speaking. Please contact us at as soon as possible. Thank you.

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  • posted about Sovereignty on Facebook 2016-02-20 11:09:46 -0800
    No matter how strongly you identify as a Sikh, the Akal Takht has a direct impact on your experience of Sikhi.


    Inspiring Sikhs to Become a Global Collective

    No matter how strongly you identify as a Sikh, the Akal Takht has a direct impact on your experience of Sikhi. This impact is felt today and will be felt by future generations.

    Many elements of Sikh identity—our marriage rites, how we name our children, our ceremonies,—are all affected by a single institution: the Akal Takht, the “Throne of the Timeless One”.

    Creating Connection

    The Akal Takht issues decrees that affect Sikhs around the world who have no influence over the decisions being made. So, over time, Sikhs have become separated from their own institutions. This has given rise to a generation who are disempowered, disenfranchised and disconnected from the very sense of oneness, community and empowerment that was granted to them through Sikhi. Today, the institution of the Akal Takht itself is enslaved by corruption and nepotism.

    For Love and Justice

    Sikhi was born as a movement of diversity and inclusion, to empower the downtrodden and free those enslaved in mind or body. Now, we will free the Akal Takht from political interference and reclaim its state of social, economic, political and spiritual sovereignty. The Free Akal Takht will welcome discourse from all Sikhs—without judgement of an individual’s path in life—and act as a source for representative, collective power.

    Re-establishing the “Throne of the Timelesss One” will return our governing institutions to practicing the transcendent doctrines of love and justice, bowing to no other master and answering only to the Guru Granth-Panth.

    Finally, the Akal Takht will return to its unifying role of engaging all Sikhs in the service of humanity.


    ਵਡਾ ਤੇਰਾ ਦਰਬਾਰੁ ਸਚਾ ਤੁਧੁ ਤਖਤੁ ॥
    Your court is great, Your throne is eternal.
    —Guru Granth Sahib, p. 964