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Episode 3: Lasting Friendships

Sojhi: A Kid's Cast - Getting to Know Guru Nanak Sahib

Monday
,
8
February
2021

In this episode, we learn more about friendships and growing up while remaining apart. Guru Nanak Sahib ji left Talwandi to live with his sister, Bebe Nanaki, and her husband, Jairam Das, in Sultanpur.

In this episode, we learn more about friendships and growing up while remaining apart. Guru Nanak Sahib ji left Talwandi to live with his sister, Bebe Nanaki, and her husband, Jairam Das, in Sultanpur.

The Governor of Sultanpur hired Guru ji to manage the storehouse. It was quite an important job. After a few years, Guru ji invited his best friend, Bhai Mardana, to live with him.

Listen and find out what happens when the two friends begin living together. 

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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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Arpinder Kaur

Commercial Pilot, American Airlines
Commercial Pilot, American Airlines

Arpinder Kaur is a Commercial Pilot with American Airlines since 2008. She lives in Dallas with her family. In her free time she enjoys volunteering at her children's middle, high and Khalsa schools.

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