Finding peace with Sikh: Slideshow | The Columbia Chronicle

Guru Nanak founded Sikhism in the Indian subcontinent in the 15th century. Sikhism is a monotheistic religion and the fifth-largest organized religion in the world with approximately 30 million followers. Sikhism welcomes everyone regardless of caste, creed or faith. Shabad Kaur Khalsa is a Columbia alumni who found the path of Sikhism through Kundalini yoga and meditation.

The photos were taken at Gurdwara of Chicago on Devon Avenue and Spirit Rising Yoga in Ravenswood, Chicago.

Video by: Saiyna Bashir

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