In October 2017, millions the world over will mark the 500th anniversary of what came to be called the Protestant Reformation with worship, music, festivals, gatherings, conferences, books and more. This page lists many resources for the celebration of 500 years of the Reformation.
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The Learn Jainism website can help you learn more about the ancient Indian faith of Jainism. You will find online activities, pictures that you can use at home or in the classroom, places to visit, videos and much more.
In recent years, the Scarboro Missions Interfaith Department in Toronto, Canada has committed itself to building a website featuring curriculum and useful educational resources for interfaith work. These resources include online courses, toolkits, best practices, do-it-yourself workshops, activities, multifaith prayer services, guidelines, games, meditations, Powerpoint, etc.
On this page, we list resources relating to the Sikh Religion and way of life.
Dept of Education NSW Curriculum Support: Celebrating Diversity (integration of religious diversity, Sikh and Hindu, into K-6 HSIE) PDF
ABC Splash: Sikhs in Contemporary Australia
Sikh Society of South Australia: What is Sikhism
Sikhs in Australia: Arrival of Indians in Australia
Overview and History of Sikhs in Australia: Australian Sikhs
Racism, No Way: Introduction to Sikhs in Australia
Sikhs.org Glossary, Explanation of Sikh names and general resources
Harimandir Sahib – the Golden Temple: A Day at Darbar Sahib (The holiest shrine of Sikhism)
Saldef – Learn About Sikhs
Saldef – Brochure: Welcome to the Gurdwara (PDF)
An Insight into Sikh Philosophy and Beliefs: Sikh the Truth (PDF)
Harmandir Sahib – the holiest shrine of the Sikh Religion
On this page you will find resources related to Hinduism
Hindu Association of Western Australia: Culture and Religion Sheet (PDF)
Hinduism: Teacher’s notes and background information (Draft, DEET NSW; PDF File)
Humanities and Social Sciences / History / Year 7 / Historical Knowledge and Understanding / The Asian world / India: Australian Curriculum Site
Golden Nataraja, the Dancing God of Creation, Preservation, Destuction