Siri Kartar is a Kundalini Yoga & Martial Art instructor, musician, artist and art historian from Rome, Italy. Reflecting a growing fascination in spirituality and metaphysics since her teenage years, Siri Kartar in 1978 found Yoga, and soon got enraptured with the prayers, mantra and chanting of the East, all of which were new to Italy.
Those sounds deeply awoke her spirit. She quickly embraced living as a Sikh: she lived at Guru Ram Das Ashram in Rome, by the Pantheon. She woke in the ambrosial hours to chant God’s name and to practice Kundalini Yoga. Yogi Bhajan, who brought Kundalini to the West, encouraged her to start teaching and leading the Italian community in chanting.
In this video interview, SiriKartar shares her inspiring journey of converting to Sikhism. Discover her experiences of embracing Sikh values and the profound teachings she’s learned. Explore the art of meditating on the divine, her passion for Gatka, and her vision to introduce Sikhism to the Italian community. Tune in for a heartfelt conversation that delves into spirituality, practice, and the power of sharing profound beliefs.