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Sharing & Caring (English)

Getting to Know Your Sakhis - Episode 1

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Monday
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April
2024

In this particular episode, she delves into the themes of sharing and caring. The Sacha Sauda sakhi sheds light on the genuine meaning behind sharing, caring, and engaging in honest trade.

Join Jasveen Kaur as she explores the sakhis, the stories from the Gurus' lives. In this particular episode, she delves into the themes of sharing and caring. The Sacha Sauda sakhi sheds light on the genuine meaning behind sharing, caring, and engaging in honest trade.

Guru Nanak Sahib faces a dilemma when he enters the village to gather materials for a potential business. The question arises: will the Guru heed his parents' advice or act in a manner that significantly benefits others? Compassion forms the core of caring, and for Guru Nanak Sahib, prioritizing the feeding of the hungry becomes a higher calling. It serves as a perfect example for all of us to follow.

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Featuring: Jasveen Kaur 
Writer & Narrator: Jasveen Kaur
Editor: Inni Kaur

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