This scholarly work traces the contribution of each of the ten Singh Gurus to the cause of education through religious discourses as well as some practices and projects undertaken by them. Each Sikh Guru complemented the task of his predecessor by educating their followers through his innovative technique. The institutions of Sangat, Dharamsala, invention of Gurmukhi script, preparation of Janamsakhi, Manjis, compiling of Adi Granth, Gurbani recitation, martial arts, religious and literary congregations are all linked in the progressive chain of educational pyramid built by the Sikhs. The author has researched and documented the contribution of each Sikh Guru in a very systematic manner. The work reflects her thorough knowledge of Sikh scripture, Sikh history, Sikh Guru's biography and the functioning of the Sikh institutions started by the Sikh gurus. Her command over the language and expression is as superb as her command over the subject.