Nation to Nation: Panthak Politics in Modern Nation States

Since Partition, internal Sikh Panthak politics has been interwoven with larger Panjab and Indian political machinations. How did we get to this stage and what is the current state of Panthak politics vis a vis Panjab today? This freewheeling discussion will allow SikhRI’s Senior Fellow, Research & Policy, Harinder Singh, to touch on a variety of topics and ideas.

This event will be moderated by Santbir Singh.

When:
Saturday, 16 February 2019
12PM - 1:30PM

 

Where:
Studio 89
1065 Canadian Pl #104
Mississauga, ON L4W 0C2


Contact:
Jaspreet Kaur |  jaspreet.bal@humber.ca

 

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About the speaker:

Harinder Singh currently serves as the Senior Fellow, Research & Policy, at the Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI). His current focus is on developing critical thinking for Sikh institutions via State of the Panth report series and developing open-source decoding of Guru Granth Sahib in contemporary language for the global audience. He is a widely respected educator and thinker who is deeply in love with 1Force, the Oneness that radiates in all. He co-founded the Sikh Research Institute and the Panjab Digital Library, organized the Free Akal Takht movement, and envisioned Kaur and Singh Academy. He is a prolific writer and sought-after public speaker. He was also authored several articles on spirituality, history, culture, linguistics, politics, governance, and prison reform. He has co-authored Emperor-Prophet: Guru Gobind Singh Sahib, Guru Granth Sahib: Its Language & Grammar, Sikhi: Faith & Followers; edited Guru Gobind Singh Sahib & Sikhs in Bihar, The Khalsa Raj: Banda, Battles & Body-Politic and translated Love Harp (Prit Vina).

He has spoken at universities, corporate houses, government departments, interfaith forums, museums, civic and community organizations worldwide. He regularly appears on radio and television programs globally. He also consults on curriculums, exhibitions, films, board development, and policy-making. He currently resides in New Jersey, in the United States of America, with his grandmother, wife and two children.

Where
Studio 89
1065 Canadian Pl
#104
Mississauga, ON L4W 0C2
Canada
When
February 16, 2019 at 12pm - 1:30pm

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