Dr. Gurpal Singh Bhuller, an Orthopedic Surgeon in Chester, Virginia, served on Sikh Research Institute’s Board of Directors since the organization’s inception until 2012.
He grew up in Malaysia and did his medical training in India and New Zealand. After moving to the US in 1980, he has been involved in several Sikh organizations and charities. He is a collector of Sikh artifacts and coins and has authored “The Enquiring Guru”, published in 2006. Dr. Bhuller serves on the Board of Directors of Sikh Research Institute Canada
Gurpal Singh, from our Board Emeritus at Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) shares his reflection on Vaisakhi.
Death is supposed to be a morbid affair. Sadness, grief and despondency is usually felt all around. Hushed voices, heaviness in the heart and a general sense of melancholy fills the air. This seems to be the norm. But not always, if you are a Sikh.