Ekatarta, meaning “oneness” in Punjabi, encapsulates the essence of Sikh spirituality and offers individuals a transformative journey towards spiritual growth, self-realization, and a deeper connection with the divine.
Rooted in the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, Ekatarta seeks to guide individuals on a path of spiritual awakening, enlightenment, and the realization of their true selves. It embraces the principles of Simran (remembrance of the Divine), Seva (selfless service), and Sangat (holy congregation) to foster a holistic approach to spiritual development.
The Ekatarta program encompasses various facets of Sikh spirituality, drawing upon the teachings and practices that have been passed down through generations. It offers a comprehensive framework for individuals to deepen their understanding of Sikh principles and apply them to their daily lives.