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2021
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Guru in Sikhi: Up Close & Personal

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Guru in Sikhi: Up Close & Personal

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Session 1: Guru in Sikhi presents the multifaceted role the Guru plays in a Sikh’s personal and panthak (collective) life. (Kiran Kaur, Jujhaar Singh, Pritpal Singh)

Session 2: Connecting Through Sabad is an interactive session engaging participants with Sabad to form their personal connection with the Guru. (Satprit Kaur, Inni Kaur,  Diveesh Singh, Jasleen Kaur)

This Sidak event provides participants aged 18-40 a 4-hr glimpse into the 2-week Sidak summer leadership program. The prospective Sidakers will get a chance to preview learning and sharing via the curated content and the inspired facilitators.

Register: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0kc-6oqjIvGdVPdtGSNE-BwScJPNU3lpHK


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Saturday, May 22, 2021
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