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Blessed Mothers: Dhan Janedi Mau

Monday
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11
May
2020

We celebrate Mother’s Day while social distancing and engage in conversation with Inni Kaur, Neelu Singh, Mandeep Kaur, and Sharanjeet Kaur to discuss how Sikhi has informed their ideas of motherhood, their challenges, and their triumphs.

We celebrate Mother’s Day while social distancing and engage in conversation with Inni Kaur, Neelu Singh, Mandeep Kaur, and Sharanjeet Kaur to discuss how Sikhi has informed their ideas of motherhood, their challenges, and their triumphs.

What does Gurbani say about being a mother?

How are we embodying those values?

In This Podcast

Inni Kaur

Creative Director
Creative Director

Inni Kaur is Creative Director at the Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI). She has served SikhRI in several capacities since 2010, including Chair of the Board, and most recently as CEO. 

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Mandeep Kaur

Sikh Chaplain to the British Armed Forces
Sikh Chaplain to the British Armed Forces

Mandeep Kaur was born in Punjab, India. She is post graduate in Engineering and came to UK to pursue her PhD in the same. While continuing her studies she was chosen to become the first Sikh Chaplain in the British Armed Forces in October 2005.

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