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Fatherhood & Sikhi

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June
2021
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Fatherhood & Sikhi

Watch the entire candid conversation with Fathers! Fathers sometimes underestimate their role. Loving, actively involved fathers contribute to their children’s well-being and development, strengthening their self‑esteem. What's different about being a Sikh father? Being born and raised in Sikh (predominantly Panjabi or Desi cultural backgrounds) may cause fathers to relook at their own childhood experiences and seek guidance.

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Kulvir Singh Gill

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Kulvir Singh Gill has almost 20 years of experience working at the intersection of innovation, sustainability and business strategy. 

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