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Sikh Cast Ep11 - Gurdit Singh shares his insights on Pakistan, Raagas, Baba Farid, Sufism

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Gurdit Singh (@gurdit) is a career Foreign Service Officer at the United States Department of State. He recently served as the Assistant Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Consulate General in Hyderabad, India. He holds an undergraduate degree in political science and religious studies from the University of Kansas and graduate degrees in comparative religion and sociology from Harvard University and the University of California, Santa Barbara, respectively. He is the primary co-author of Introduction to Punjabi: Grammar, Conversation, and Literature (Patiala: Punjabi University Press, 2011).

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