The International Khalsa Council
The Khalsa Council is an international body of Ministers of Sikh Dharma committed to serving and upholding the spirit of Khalsa in service to humanity.
The International Khalsa Council was established in 1974 with the vision that it would provide leadership and inspiration for our Dharma and for our global communities. Since then, it has met twice a year to continue its work and to embody the nobility and purity of Khalsa consciousness in the world.
“The Khalsa Council embodies the sovereign, spiritual, status of the Sikhs. In action it is the parliament of the Sarkar e Khalsa. It is the leadership. It is a body that lives in the divinity, nobility, and grace of God. What comes through the Khalsa Council is simply projective kindness, compassion, divinity, nobility, and grace. It is the very embodiment of the grace, radiance, lifestyle and projection of Guru Gobind Singh.” Siri Singh Sahib, Dec 28,1991
Fall 2021: Friday, September 24 – Saturday, September 25
Spring 2022: Wednesday, April 20 – Saturday, April 23
Fall 2022: Wednesday, September 21 – Saturday, September 24