About Ekjot Sanjog

Ekjot Sanjog is website dedicated to matching Sikhs - Amritdhari (Taken Amrit) and Non Amritdhari (Not Taken Amrit) - in their quest for a life partner to marry as marriage is a fundamental aspect in Sikh life.

Ekjot Sanjog website was started as there were felt to be few opportunities for young Sikhs to meet other like-minded Sikhs with a view to getting married. There was felt the need to create a space where Sikhs could respectfully find a suitable match with someone who shared their own personal Sikh values and were at a similar stage of their spiritual journey.

We wanted people from all traditions within the wider Sikh family to feel comfortable and safe in their search to find somebody special without being pressured or marginalised.

Sikh Matchmaking Matrimonial Service

We are an impartial family oriented, and independent, matchmaking platform provider to empower Amritdhari and Non Amritdhari sikhs to find their potential life partner in a safe and secure environment.

We have created this platform to help young sikhs(men & women) and their families living in UK, Europe, Canada, USA, Australia, India and other countries of the world. The platform will allow them to easily discover the disposition, education, achievements, and profession of brides and grooms. If they decide to proceed based upon the information, they will be able to communicate with each other using our secure internal messaging system. It is basically Svayamvara(sanskrit word meaning self-choice) according to individual preferences.

How do we define "Sikh"?

The word Sikh means "student" or "learner" and refers to someone who is a disciple of and follows the eternal teachings of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Sikhs believe in three basic principles; meditating on the Name of God, earning a living by honest means and sharing the fruits of one's labour with others. Sikhism rejects caste distinctions and emphasizes service to humanity.

In accordance with the Sikh Rehat Maryada (approved by Sri Akal Takhat Sahib) a Sikh is anyone who believes in One Immortal Being, the ten Gurus from Guru Nanak Dev Ji to Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Utterances and Teaching of the ten Gurus, Sikh Baptism as bequeathed by the tenth Guru and does not follow any other religion.

We understand there are many different Jathebandeyaan (Sects), and practices within the Khalsa Panth however broadly speaking anyone who aligns with this above definition is considered a Sikh. We recognise that we belong to a very broad Sikh family and we welcome Sikhs from a range of traditions and background.

Amritdhari Sikh and Non Amritdhari Sikh

AMRITDHARI consists of two words - "AMRIT" which literally means "nectar"; "DHARI" mean "practitioner". So an Amritdhari Sikh is one who has received Baptism of the Khalsa initiated by Guru Gobind Singh Ji and he or she abides by the Sikh Rehat Maryada (Code of Conduct).

NON AMRITDHARI Sikh is one who has chosen the path of Sikhism, but has not yet become an Amritdhari and believes in all the tenets of Sikhism and the teachings of the Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Respect for others

Sikhs do not always agree with each other about everything. We believe that there are many great traditions within the Khalsa Panth which have contributed in many different ways throughout our history and continue to do so. Anybody who joins Ekjot Sanjog and chooses to infringe or undermine the traditions of others may find themselves asked to leave if this causes undue offence or annoyance to other members. We believe it is important to show respect to one another's beliefs and values.

Our Values

We understand that by running a Sikh matrimonial site, we have a responsibility to uphold certain Sikh codes of conduct and values and we are therefore committed to upholding these values.

Trust, Safety & Honesty

We realise that people choose to join Ekjot Sanjog because they want to meet other genuine single Sikhs in a safe and supportive environment. We are committed to the highest level of safety and security on our platform. Read more about safety on Ekjot Sanjog.

We appreciate that no definition is perfect. Many say one thing and believe another. Some of us are seeking, some are struggling, and others feel confident in what it is that they believe. None of us are in the same place. The important point is that we should be honest about where we are and not claim to be what we are not. We hope that your signing up to Ekjot Sanjog means that your faith is important to you.

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