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The Panjab: A Quest for Unification

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2021
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The Panjab: A Quest for Unification

About the Presentation: 2018 marks India and Pakistan’s 72nd “independence” from the colonial rule. The webinar will look at the ramifications of that decision for Panjab. - People, Culture & Nation - Unnatural 1947 Borders - India-Pakistan Follies - A Sikh Paradigm - Reunification Dream About the Presenter: Harinder Singh is a widely respected educator and thinker who is deeply in love with 1Force, the Oneness that radiates in all. Love and Justice symbiotic paradigm propel him to leverage public awareness for social change. He currently serves as the Senior Fellow, Research & Policy, at the Sikh Research Institute. Mr. Singh co-founded the Sikh Research Institute and the Panjab Digital Library, organized the Free Akal Takht movement, and envisioned Kaur and Singh Academy. He served on the boards of the National Conference on Community and Justice, The Fellowship of Activists to Embrace Humanity, The Nanakshahi Trust, among others. He is an author and sought after public speaker, raising consciousness of audience around the world. He regularly appears on radio and television programs globally. He also consults on curriculums, exhibitions, and films. He holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering, MS in Engineering Management, and MPhil in Guru Granth Sahib. He is Guru’s Sikh, Panjab’s lover, and Begampura’s Jedi.

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