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Countdown to Vaisakhi - Day 1: Kulvir Singh

Saturday
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1
April
2023

“Vaisakhi was a day of transformation, a day of individual transformation and collective transformation. And one that holds a high bar on how we are meant to live in the world—how we are meant to engage in the world..."

Kulvir Singh, Chair at Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI), reflects on Vaisakhi.

“Vaisakhi was a day of transformation, a day of individual transformation and collective transformation. And one that holds a high bar on how we are meant to live in the world—how we are meant to engage in the world. We are not meant to retreat from the world. We are meant to live and manifest IkOankar’s glory in everything we do,” he says.

From now until Vaisakhi, the SikhRI team will reflect and share their perspective of Vaisakhi. Featuring speakers unique in their backgrounds, countries, and experiences, we hope the “Countdown to Vaisakhi” video series will ignite a spark in you to reflect on your personal connection to Vaisakhi.

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