What does it mean to be a Sikh? 11-year-old Simran explains her religion of Sikhism and young brothers Taran and Joven take the life-changing decision to join the Khalsa.
What does it mean to be a Sikh? 11-year-old Simran explains all about her religion of Sikhism in this Learning Zone programme for primary school children.
Simran enjoys reading, playing the harmonium and looking after her little brother Subegh. This year, her dad's organising a massive parade across Birmingham to celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi. Simran loves all the free food at her Gurdwara and sometime prepares some herself with her mum. She goes every weekend to study and learn more about her faith.
11-year-old Taran and his ten-year-old brother Joven have gone one step further and dedicated their lives to being Khalsa Sikhs and wearing the five Ks at all times. Taran explains how he feels now he's committed himself so strongly to his faith.
My Life, My Religion: Sikhism is one of a series of programmes aimed at Key Stage 2 Religious Studies.