Thank you for the kind response.
Yes I have read a lot about the religion, I'll also add Punjabi isn't a problem (we speak that at home), my parents are originally from Amritsar (should have mentioned that), it's just the non-familiarity with the Gurmukhi script. And yeah, I'm a guy.
Learning Gurmukhi should not be very difficult (in contrast it is much harder to learn sanskrit and read the Gita/ vedas), I will refer to the basics of Sikhi playlist on that.
A gurdwara outside of India used Hindi as the parchar medium? This is a new one to me. I wonder where this could have been. OOPs, OK, I see: you're a Hindu, and you just went to the Gurdwara because it was closer.
Yes, conversion is welcome if done under appropriate circumstances (no compulsion, also I would never say to someone to divorce their wife to become a Sikh).
OK, you don't read Gurmukhi. Are you a Punjabi? Do you speak Punjabi, if only a little? Only reason I ask is it will be easier to learn to read Punjabi if you already somewhat speak it.
I don't advise that you should become a Sikh right away. Rather, you should learn about Sikh philosophy. You should listen (if you can't read) to the path (recitation) of Guru Granth Sahib, easily available online.
Please ignore the other user who said if you went to a Gurdwara, you're already a Sikh. But before I say anything else,
Why do you want to become a Sikh? Is there a problem remaining a Hindu?
They have no true lineage they are trying to latch onto something which is not true, many people wrote granths or pothis this doesn't mean they founded or were taksalis. These lot of know they have no leg to stand on here why they try to claim baba deep Singh ji as theirs. ...He was khalsa, he was a Nihang and never a taksali, taksal never ever existed then, please provide evidence from a historical granths be it bhai sukha Singh any rehitnama rattan Singh. ..where do they mention the creation of taksal? ???? Please enlighten me. Taksalis are a modern day phenomena just like akjs nkj gnnsj Singh sabha sgpc so on and so on