⟵ Back to podcasts

1984: Why Should I Care?

By
No items found.
Wednesday
,
18
December
2019

Why do I care about the violence that occurred during 1984…why should I care?

I once met an elderly man who had taken pictures before and after 1984.
I asked him: “What was it like photographing 84’?”
His response: “I feel like I have been photographing 1984 my entire life.”
His response shook me and it became a very significant moment for me.

This experience led me to question - Why do I care about the violence that occurred during 1984…why should I care?

In This Podcast

No items found.

Related Content

No items found.
No items found.

The Sikh Research Institute recognizes its ethical responsibility to promptly correct any factual small or large errors. Please get in touch with us via email to request a correction if you have identified a mistake.

Suggest a correction →

Latest Podcasts

Saturday
,
13
July
2024

Questioning & Understanding (English)

In this episode, Jasveen Kaur introduces an idea similar to the Mughals destroying crops – that unfortunate events may occur to good and kind individuals.

LISTEN NOW⟶
Friday
,
12
July
2024

Questioning & Understanding (Panjabi)

In this episode, Tandeep Kaur introduces an idea similar to the Mughals destroying crops – that unfortunate events may occur to good and kind individuals.

LISTEN NOW⟶
Wednesday
,
10
July
2024

Explore Anand Sanskar 1/2

The Guru Granth Sahib contains many Sabads related to the wedding ceremony, in which themes of happiness, blessings, and teachings are conveyed through vocabulary related to the wedding.

LISTEN NOW⟶

Share on Social Media

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Stay informed with our weekly updates, important events and more at SikhRI.

Thank you! Your submission has been received.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.