Love in Sikhi - Nurturing Relationships & Creating Legacy

Love in Sikhi - Nurturing Relationships & Creating Legacy

"When it comes to love, it's only with one. There's no room for another, there's no duality of thought." We reference historical figures who played the game of love, looking at their actions and lifestyle, and we reflect on how we can implement the same discipline into our own lives. Love is the fundamental force of life. It forms the basis of all life pursuits and our motives.

Join us as we look at love and relationships through a Sikh lens. Pritpal Singh, Mentor, Educator, & Physician explores what it really means to be in love and how it reflects in our relationships from Gurbani's perspective. This program is intended for adults

Ticketed event: $50/person. Please contact Puneet Kaur (GA) or Rajdeep Singh (NC) for registration and payment options. Payment will be at the door, spots for this event are limited.

Join us for SikhRI’s Benefit Dinner at 5:30PM at the Glen Abbey Clubhouse MC’d by Hardeep Singh, featuring a Q&A session with Pritpal Singh.


Puneet Kaur (GA) | 1+ (678) 429-6153
Rajdeep Singh (NC) | 1+ (770) 845-4731


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About the Speakers:


Dr. Pritpal Singh is a Physician Executive with Cigna where he serves as a Mentor to Health Management teams by providing Clinical insight, Educational support, and HealthCare solutions & strategies. Himself a product of Sikh camps and retreats, he facilitates workshops and projects which aim to fight both religious and political oppression through reflection, self-introspection, and activism. Pritpal serves on the board of the Sikh Research Institute. Pritpal is a board member of Coppell Education Foundation which supports Education by distributing resources for Innovative Learning. He lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife, Arpinder Kaur, and two sons, Insaf and Jivat.



Glen Abbey Clubhouse
3600 Grey Abbey Dr
Alpharetta, GA 30022
United States
October 27, 2018 at 3pm - 5pm

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