Sikhism is often described as being a synthesis of Hinduism and Islam. That can be a simple way to understand what the Sikh tradition is, but it doesn't do justice to the rich spirituality and culture that the Sikhs have given to India and the world over the centuries.
| ||Beni (14th Century)|
| ||Dadu Dayal (1544 - 1603)|
|Dariya Sahib of Bihar (1634 - 1780)|
|Baba Sheikh Farid (1173 - 1266)|
|Jayadeva (12th Century)|
|Namdev (1270 - 1350)|
|Guru Nanak (1469 - 1539)|
| ||Pipa (15th Century)|
|Ravidas (1398? - 1448?)|
|Darshan Singh (1921 - 1989)|
|Surdas (1478? - 1581?)|
|Tulsi Sahib (1763 - 1843)|
A good site with introduction to Sikh teachings and traditions, as well as an excellent resource of information on many Sikh saints -- including Sat Guru Namdev, Sat Guru Kabir, and Sat Guru Ravidas, among many others.
|The Sikhism Home Page
A good, simple overview of the basic beliefs, practices, and symbols of Sikhism.
|Gateway to Sikhism
An extensive site with lots of information on Sikh culture, history, scriptures, gurus, and more.