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“The mist cleared and the light scattered. The Sun rose, the stars disappeared, and the darkness dispelled. The Lion roared, the flock of deer ran away.” - Bhai Gurdas Ji
Join us this evening as we explore and connect with Guru Nanak Sahib's life and legacy. We will discuss how Bhai Gurdas portrays Guru Nanak Sahib, expanding on our existing knowledge of Guru Sahib.
Harinder Singh, thinker, educator, activist, will draw upon the works of Bhai Gurdas to discuss the impact that the advent of Guru Nanak Sahib had on the social, political & spiritual environment of 15th Century South Asia. The presentation will challenge the notions of Guru Nanak Sahib being a pure 'spiritualist', and explore the doctrines of Sovereignty, Dignity & Justice that sowed the seeds of the Sikh Revolution.
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About the Speaker:
Harinder Singh is an educator, thinker, and activist who is deeply in love with 1Force, the Oneness that radiates in all. Love and Justice symbiotic paradigm propels him to leverage public awareness for social change. He currently serves as the Senior Fellow, Research & Policy, at the Sikh Research Institute. Mr. Singh co-founded the Panjab Digital Library and the Sikh Research Institute. He has served on the boards of the National Conference on Community and Justice, The Fellowship of Activists to Embrace Humanity, The Nanakshahi Trust, among others. He is an author and sought after public speaker, raising consciousness of audience around the world. He regularly appears on radio and television programs globally. He also consults on curriculums, exhibitions, and films. He holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering, MS in Engineering Management, and MPhil in Guru Granth Sahib. Some of his publications include: “Guru Granth Sahib: Its Language & Grammar,” “Guru Gobind Singh Sahib & Sikhs in Bihar,” “Love-Harp,” “Sikh Leadership: Established Ideals & Diasporic Realities,” “June 1984 Ghallughara: Lies, List, Light” and series of five articles on Trump’s effect on minorities in America and abroad.
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