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Cute Video Explaining Sikhi And Equality (kids)

Discussion in 'New to Sikhism' started by Harkiran Kaur, Apr 9, 2016.

  1. Harkiran Kaur

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    Came across this cute video and had to share! Though it's quite obviously geared for children, it does a good job of explaining Sikhi's view of equality and what happens at the gurdwara.



    Zippity-zip, let's go on a trip! Charlie and her favourite soft toy (and best friend) Blue go to a Gurdwara where they meet Pawandeep to find out how Sikhs show that everyone should be treated equally.This is the first film in our new series for Key Stage 1 children.
     
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  3. Admin Singh

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    Awesome video! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Gurpreetbijral

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    Satshriakal,
    I am glad to see this video and i must say a nice initiative by the maker to show kids about equality and basic knowledge related to Gurudwara sahib too.
    Thanks for sharing Harkiran kaur g:)
    Waheguru g ka khalsa
    Waheguru g ki fateh....
    We request you to share more.
     
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  5. Inderjeet Kaur

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    I love this. If only adults would take these ideas to heart. Oh, well.

    One small question. Is Charlie Sikh? I notice she has a kara on in bed, but I didn't see it before. Of course, wearing a kara or not doesn't determine if one is a Sikh, but it is often an indication.
     

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