Testimonial

Dadi and Nani (paternal and maternal grandmother) are traditionally the storytellers in a family. Inni Kaur has used this beautifully to convey Guru Nanak’s philosophy of being spiritual through leading a life that embodies the values of love for creation, equality and social justice. Although some of the stories are tweaked a bit to include modern-day issues like equality for women and to encourage rationality….
– Kiranjot Kaur, former General Secretary and currently senior member SGPC


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Testimonial

Sakhi-Time with Nani ji is a profoundly relevant text for our global reality. With mesmerizing beauty and authentic accuracy, this volume recreates the historical, moral, and spiritual world of Guru Nanak. Its symbiosis of the Punjabi and English languages, of medieval Indian and contemporary Western scenes, puts us intimately in touch with the founder Guru. …
– Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, Crawford Family Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA


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Foreword

This is a book parents have been waiting for, particularly Sikh parents raising their children in multicultural societies. Sakhi-Time with Nani ji creates a warm and intimate atmosphere, rendered deeply poignant, because we realize that these particular traditions of bedtime stories are imperceptibly fading away. The role of the grandmother….

Geetanjali Singh Chanda

Senior lecturer, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Yale University, and Writer on Sikh Literature and Film


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