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Countdown to Vaisakhi - Day 8: Anupreet Kaur

Saturday
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8
April
2023

“My personal connection started with singing along to Kirtan in our family car as we drove from one place to another. As a child, I loved music and singing, and so Kirtan became my way to connect with Sikhi in a very deep way..."

Anupreet Kaur serves as the Sidak Lead. She is also the Secondary Vice Principal in Surrey, British Columbia, and is passionate about helping children and youth develop into lifelong learners.

“My personal connection started with singing along to Kirtan in our family car as we drove from one place to another. As a child, I loved music and singing, and so Kirtan became my way to connect with Sikhi in a very deep way. So deep that as an adult, I find myself spontaneously singing or thinking about a Sabad that I learned in the car so many years earlier,” she reflects.

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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Anupreet Kaur Bal

Secondary Vice Principal

Anupreet Kaur Bal is a Secondary Vice Principal in Surrey, British Columbia. She has a passion for helping children and youth develop into lifelong learners. 

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