Surender Pal Singh

Research & Content Facilitator

Surender Pal Singh is a researcher in Sikh studies. He works at the Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI), where he develops curriculum, presentations and research papers, and delivers online courses and webinars on Sikh theology, culture and history.

Surender Pal holds Master’s degrees in English and Religious Studies. He also is the India Coordinator for SikhRI and lead facilitator for Gurmukhi 101 at Sidak. He provides input for Sojhi, Liv, Saneha and Mahima program presentations and feels this work helps him explore his roots and identity deeper, giveing him a stronger sense of purpose. He is particularly fascinated by Sikh theology, which daily provides new perspectives and experiences to observe the world through. He is heavily involved with various religious, educational and human development organizations and currently volunteers for Panjab Digital Library. He lives in the outskirts of Chandigarh, Panjab, with his mother, wife and two sons.

Contributions

Sun
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Nov 29

Maharani Jind Kaur: The Last Queen of Panjab

Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s death in 1839 left a big void in the rule of the Sikh kingdom, which led to the annexation of Panjab by the British. His throne was inherited by multiple claimant heirs, none of whom could survive the intrigues and the schemings of the succession war in the royal court. Maharani Jind Kaur’s story is the narrative of a brave woman, who through all the trials and tribulations of the succession war, with all her faults, proved her mettle as a regent to the young Maharaja Duleep Singh, while also maneuvering through the diplomatic chicaneries of the British to the extent that even the British were wary of her.

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Fri
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Oct 9

Professor Teja Singh

Honorably referred to as both Professor and Principal, Sardar Teja Singh is one of the shining stars in the Sikh literary world. He dominated the Sikh English writing scene for well over half of the earlier twentieth century. He was a distinguished teacher, a Sikh scholar of history and theology, and a commanding translator of the Sikh canon, Guru Granth Sahib.

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Fri
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Oct 9

Prakash Purab of the Father of the Sikh Nation

Today is the prakash purab of the Father of the Sikh Nation, Guru Gobind Singh Sahib—the epitome of excellence, who encouraged fine taste in music, art, literature, and who nurtured the Sikhs along those same lines. Not only did Guru Sahib gift us the dignity of life, but also self-sovereignty, thus ensuring that the flame of Divinity and justice will forever remain burning.

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