I have read much of Sikhism and have committed myself to embracing it. I contacted a Granthi in Lincoln Nebraska (an hour from Omaha - where I live) 8 months ago before I left to visit my country of origin Bolivia. The Granthi invited me to their make-shift monthly Gurudwara and Langar, but when I followed up kind of dissapeared. I don't know why seemed a bit strange. Now I have returned to Omaha, and want to get further into Sikhism. I have contacted a student at my University who is a Sikh, and he has stated he'd like to meet up sometime so I can learn more. Some questions I have are the following; 1) What is the canon I should read to delve myself into Sikhism? I have many writings of Nanak, the Rehras Sahib. Where should I go to next? Would a more scholastic overview such as Macaullife's aid me more than the prayer books translated into English. 2) Where can I find out about the Branches of Sikhism? I understand Sikhism is not a unified body, instead a body of different views on the fundamental teachings. What is the most prevalent 'branch' ? Where can I found out about others?