Our Apps

Khalis Foundation works on a number of Sikhi and educational apps.

My First Gutka

This app uses beautiful, vibrant colors to display Gurbani for kids and helps them learn how to read and sing their Nitnem with built-in musical versions of Baanis that they can follow along to.

Amrit Keertan

Popular with professional Sikh Kirtani around the world, the Amrit Keertan is a collection of Shabads from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee, and other Sikh scriptures, most commonly sung in Sikh congregations.

Sundar Gutka

Khalsa Sundar Gutka contains the daily and extended Sikh Prayers also known as Nitnem.


SikhiToTheMax Everywhere is a revolutionary new Gurbani presenter app that changes how Gurbani is experienced.

Baal Bodh

Baal Bodh teaches Punjabi to children using simple flash cards with great artwork and sound.

Learn Larivaar

When reading from Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj in Larivaar Saroop, it can be challenging to know where the Shabads are separated. With Learn Larivaar, you can toggle back and forth between assisted and unassisted views to get a helping hand.


The Sikh Rehat Maryada is a code of conduct for Sikhs. The app has both a gurmukhi (punjabi) and English version of the most current rehat maryada.


MyPothi allows you to log on and create your own pothi and arrange gurbani as you see fit–whether for daily prayer, keertan or discussions. You create your pages online and they automatically sync to your mobile device.