Inderpreet Singh is a technology professional focusing on networking, security and solution architecture.
He is currently a Principal Solutions Architect working for a technology firm focusing on modernization of DMV systems and applications. His passion is Sikhi and Sikh community related community projects and he is heavily involved with Sikh youth camps, retreats and conferences, where he conducts seminars, lectures and interactive workshops on Gurmat-related topics. Inderpreet has frequently spoken at Interfaith conferences and events. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Sikh Research Institute and a Board of Advisor for the Sikh Coalition. Inderpreet grew up in India, Canada, Japan and the US and now he continues to grow in Chelmsford, MA.
June 4, 1984: It was a Monday. And, as far as I can remember, it was just a normal school day at St. George’s College, my Catholic boarding school in the rolling hills of northern India. There were several Sikh students throughout our schooling town of Mussoorie in the state of Uttar Pradesh and, to tell you the truth, I don’t think any of us had any idea of what was happening in Punjab. I knew not then.
Today I was born! In the land known as the City of Bliss In the dwelling called the Fort of Uncut Hair To the father who is the Energy of the World, The Lion: Nanak the Tenth To the mother who is the Sovereign Master, Warrior Princess Today I am born. Today I am Free! The ceremony of my birth was sweet like ambrosia The Elixir of Immortality was stirred with All Iron and the Five Divine Poems: Recitation More Recitation Beseeching of Thy Grace Supplication of the Poet The Song of Bliss.