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  • Khalsa Kids
    s questions on the Khalsa Kids Discussion Forum Kaur s Corner Singh s Corner Learning Gurbani Religion Self Image Kids General Any other questions One of our experts will answer your question Don t forget to write your name email

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  • Khalsa Kids
    serve as a role model for Sikh youth If you think so tell us about it here and we may feature your story on Khalsa Kids You re Not the Only One page Your story can be used to help other Sikhs around the world Your Name Your Email Parents Name Parents Email City State Your Story Video we only accept mov files that are 15 MB or enter Video

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  • You're Not the Only One
    the Drag Racing semi finals and would like to try to get into the finals this time around Even though I work a regular job in Finance I have also started up a side business with one of my friends called PRIME Performance We mostly modify maintain performance based cars to make them perform at a higher level We re only at the shop after work and on weekends but maybe it will become a big business some day Did you experience any difficulties as a Sardar I did have some issues figuring out how to wear a helmet which is required by the NHRA and for good reason I wear a bandana and then put the helmet on over it While I m not actually racing I take the helmet off and tie a small Keshki As far as acceptance by the import racing community it is very diverse and they mostly welcomed my interest I have noticed that when you are racing people don t care much of what you look like where you come from or what you believe in They only really care about how well your car is set up and how well you can drive I have made some great life long friends through this hobby What advice would you recommend for our upcoming generations of Sikhs Don t be afraid to explore your curiosities but keep your priorities and responsibilities in order Be prepared to answer any questions that people may have in an open and friendly manner whether it be about yourself or your hobby People will respect you for your courage skills and knowledge Have you done something recently to stand up for your rights Do you have an inspiring story to tell other Sikhs Would you like to serve as

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  • http://khalsakids.org/yntoo_09.php
    I really wanted to do this 1 I want to help portray a positive image of a turbaned Sikh to help make a positive impact for our Sikh community and 2 I wanted to help get out the word to both our younger Sikh kids and the greater society that wearing a turban and keeping up the Sikh tradition is something that I m very proud of and consider to be an honor and privilege and think there s a lot of positivity that the Sikh identity can add to your life What advice would you give to our younger Sikhs about being professionals and a part of the work world Be proud work hard and find something you can be excited and passionate about when you re good at what you do professionally you will succeed regardless of the small obstacles that come in your way What steps have you taken to strengthen Sikhi in younger generations What would you recommend for kids to do I ve served as a counselor at a Sikh camp Lohgarh retreat and would love to be as helpful as I can to any Sikh kid that needs help If anyone needs some help or advice they can reach out to me directly at sonny tavalon com Have you done something recently to stand up for your rights Do you have an inspiring story to tell other Sikhs Would you like to serve as a role model for Sikh youth If so tell us about it here and we may feature your story on Khalsa Kids You re Not the Only One page Your story can be used to help other Sikhs around the world Who are the Singh Twins The Singh Twins are professional artists that use their talent and passion to express

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  • Kurbani Productions
    spreading the message of Sikhi in that way For example playing tabla at different events and alongside many great people and artists not only gets you recognition of a true artist but being a Sikh and maintaining a strong identity sticks in the mind of the audience watching you and you are promoting Sikhi in that sense Another one of my projects the production of Dharmik music through Kurbani Productions is another way to reach out towards the Sikh youth and teach them about our history My partner Prabhjot Singh and I decided to create a means of music that would incorporate educating our youth about our history and Sikhi in a more appealing way and thats when we decided to debut Canada s first remixed dharmik album Parnaam Shaheedan Nu In addition to Kurbani Productions I had also before the summer of 2007 started up my own clothing line Fauj Clothing Fauj Clothing encompasses a large variety of graphic designed T s that showcase pride in our Sikhi and pride in who we are as a people I decided that I could take my graphic designing skills and depict them through a more Sikh platform and reach out to Sikhs everywhere so they could represent who their are through a statement of clothing Have you collaborated with any other Sikhs in regards to your music In regards to collaborations we have many coming up soon and also in the new CD L fresh who is also featured on your website will be doing a track on out next CD entitled Guru Sahib Walks which will pretty much be the Sikh version of Kanye West s hit song Jesus Walks and I believe that it will be an amazing track because L fresh is such a gifted lyricist and rapper and we are honored to be working with him Another one of our collaborations will be GNE a socially conscious Sikh rap group from Maryland in America they were featured on the Immortal Productions Panj CD and did an excellent job Speaking of that CD we will be doing things with Crative boy and Shveta as well who were also both feautured on the CD in the tracks Interlude and Satnaam Waheguru respectively Another Sikh lyricist we will work with in the upcoming future is San Francisco based Sikh Rapper Mandeep Sethi who speaks a lot about activism social change for the betterment of humanity His style is something new and fresh that we d really like to tap into And speaking of some local talent in Canada we will be working with rappers from Toronto Daku and Pacifik iNA and Stolen from Africa movement and we might collaborate with them to release a Sikh Activist Network mixtape that will appeal to South Asain community in general and speak out about injustices and wrong doings of our system and government agenda Any advice for upcoming Sikh generations I f there s one message I d like to give to my

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  • http://khalsakids.org/yntoo_06.php
    Sikhs are very enthusiastic about my magic Why did you choose to focus on these magical talents I believe my skills in magic help tie together my interests My website is largely focused on magic as well Firstly Magic is one of my bigger interests The rest are also very enjoyable but none of them have taken me as far as my magic has Although some people might be impressed by my graphics or inventions its the magic that really stuns them The other reason is that magic is a very unique hobby as opposed to graphic designing or something else Since it is so unique other people appreciate it more and in turn I do too Do you have any advice or words of encouragement for younger generations There are a few things everyone should remember First of all never give up I m sure most people have heard this before but we need to realize how important perseverance really is The only way we are going to get anywhere is if we keep trying Secondly be brave Having courage doesn t mean you don t get scared even if you feel scared you need to be able to deal with it Being brave is the ability to face your fears Even when the going gets tough don t be afraid Lastly be proud of who you are Sikhs are great people Don t forget our amazing Gurus or our ancestors and what they did for us We should wear our Dastaars with pride because we are the sons and daughters of Guru Gobind Singh Ji Remember we represent the next generation of the Khalsa so lets live up to it Have you done something recently to stand up for your rights Do you have an inspiring story to

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  • You're Not the Only One
    much more challenging to direct and produce than a comedy With a drama the director must convince his audience of his actors feelings and get the audience to feel the same emotions Whereas with a comedy I believe a lot more depends on the ability of the actors and writers than the director to amuse the audience and make them laugh Another reason is because I think of myself as a comedian which is why I like to challenge myself by doing dramas because they are harder for me But the main reason I like drama is because I really enjoy discovering different ways of interpreting a dramatic piece and making it my own unique production Did you experience any difficulties as a Sardar Yes of course As in any other industry Sikhs have and do face obstacles in the entertainment industry as well but that doesnt mean they cannot be overcome Another problem facing Sikhs is the lack of familiarity amongst Americans about Sikhism and the Sikh people That means there is a lot of unfamiliarity and hesitation to create acting roles for Sikhs There are not enough writers directors or producers that are Sikhs or that know about Sikhs and it is up to everyone to change that It is up to us to go into every different profession in the entertainment industry to familiarize America with the Sikh people What advice would you recommend for our upcoming generations of Sikhs Most importantly Get Involved with Arts Participate in Theater Film Music Painting Choir Band and Orchestra Sikhs must get involved with the arts because that is one of our strongest gifts given to us Singing and music education is something that is incorporated into our sacred texts and our religion yet we don t use that when going to school Our education system gives us the opportunity for education in Arts and we should take advantage of it I had the privilege to be taught in both Music and Theatre and with that education you learn so many ways of expressing yourself What I see that is happening to this generation is that everyone is just following each other with what they do what they act like and who the eventually become Just because everyone is listening to the same music doesn t mean that is what you have like You might discover that you have to create your own type of music because that is what pleases you Always remember the Sikh religion is based on having your own identity because there is a uniqueness inside all of us We need to find our own identity and our own foot print in the world today Have you done something recently to stand up for your rights Do you have an inspiring story to tell other Sikhs Would you like to serve as a role model for Sikh youth If so tell us about it here and we may feature your story on Khalsa Kids You re

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