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What were the early influences of Jassa Singh as a child that set him on his path?

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2022

What were the early influences of Jassa Singh as a child that set him on his path?

In this video, Pritpal Singh delves into the influences of Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, from his mother to Mata Sundri. 

Jassa Singh Ahluwalia was four years old when his father passed away. His mother greatly influenced him; she gave him the gift of Gurbani and Kirtan. She taught him devotion and commitment to the Guru and service to the Panth.

In this video, Pritpal Singh delves into the influences of Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, from his mother to Mata Sundri. Keep watching to learn more.

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Pritpal Singh

Physician Executive, Cigna

Dr. Pritpal Singh is a Physician Executive with Cigna where he serves as a Mentor to Health Management teams by providing Clinical insight, Educational support, and HealthCare solutions & strategies. 

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