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Sukhpal Singh Kainth (1931)

Discussion in 'Sikh Personalities' started by Gyani Jarnail Singh, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. Gyani Jarnail Singh

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    IN MEMORY OF A GREAT MAN

    This man may not be of the stature of the likes of Bhai Sant Singh Maskeen..but in his own way he is a Great man...
    Whats more..He is from my very own Village...the Village of TALLEWAL in Sangrur District near Barnala....and in my book that is something extra special for me...and he lived like a true Gurmukh..treating ordinary folks the way they should be treated..WITH RESPECT and LOVE. That makes one GREAT.

    IN MEMORY OF A GREAT MAN

    Mr. Sukhpal Singh Kainth was born on May 17th in the year 1931 in Tallewal, Punjab, India; District of Sangrur. He is the son of Shri Kehar Singh Kainth. He Immigrated to Canada on July 21, 1967. He departed on March 22,1995. My father went to Punjab University and earned a Bachelor of Arts Dregree in April 1955. Later on in April 1956 at the Brijindra College in Faridkot he earned his Bachelor of Teaching Degree. My father did not stop there as he had such an interest in education; he earned his Masters Degree in Arts in April 1966. He will be the only person I know that not only had the educational mind and intellect but also knew how to treat people. He treated people with respect and dignity,no matter who it was. The Lost Dream

    White Snow-flakes fly in the air
    Pushing and shoving, rolling and running
    On everything bare quietly they settle
    As the butterflies
    very sweetly, in a gentle way
    Land on the flower petals

    Looks through the window
    A newly landed immigrant
    From the tropical land
    His eyes stopped at something special
    And deeply lost in his past

    A young lady standing still
    closing her lips and eyes
    stretching long long arms
    A scarf (hanging) around her neck
    was before his eyes
    "Look at the snow man uncle"
    A voice came from behind
    The dream was lost.

    -Sukhpal Singh Kainth

    A award winning poem, The National library of Poetry
    WHISPERS IN THE WIND.
    This man is my God.
     
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    Re: A great man..from Tallewal Sangrur Punjab

    You can see it in his face, eyes and smile; and in his bearing, alert but also relaxed. So much poise.
     
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    Re: A great man..from Tallewal Sangrur Punjab

    His younger sister Baljit kaur of the Courts Vancouver came over for a visit..and what a wonderful woman of substance. I really enjoyed about an hour of discussion with her about life in canada. Punjabis in canada, how her family copes with life and so much more. Great men and Great women..i am proud of Tallewal...which sent these to Canada to be part of a Brave New world..and they made a success of it. Sikhi Spirit and Punjabi endeavour.:happy:
     

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