Hari Bhajan Kaur – Wearing a Turban & Challenges Growing up as a Sikh

This is an interview with Hari Bhajan Kaur who is another one of our local Sikh Youth. In the interview she shares her experiences wearing a turban and challenges growing up as a Sikh.

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7 Responses to “Hari Bhajan Kaur – Wearing a Turban & Challenges Growing up as a Sikh”

  1. wht a wonderful challenges you had , Hari bhajan, people are right, you really look like an angel!

  2. Gurinder says:

    Thats true all of you look like princess and angels from outside and inside, And from inside and outside!
    May God give you all the strength!

  3. Vicky Singh says:

    Really nice interviews.. GMSK.. one suggestion.. can you make the volume of the background music a bit down.. Still good interviews :)

  4. I know… I was up till 1:30AM working on the video stuff…and was pretty tired and couldn’t get it just right.

  5. it’s really interesting to hear two contrasting views about the challenges. Hari Bhajan Kaur (HBK) feels that it IS or WAS challenging and Amrit Singh feels that it is and was NOT challenging.

    I think the difference is the age…HBK really felt challenged when she was young and until she matured and really found herself. Where as Amrit didn’t have to go through all those stages in his life as a sikh leading up to adulthood and maturity.

    So, an age old question…better late than never? or do you think people like HBK get extra points for having to go through those very very hard times as a sikh?

    I’m not talkging about Amrit Singh but I see so many people who party, have pre-m-sex, do drugs, drink (or any combination of those things) in their teenage years and into their early 20’s…and then they stop and “straighten up” start follwing the “path”.

    But wasn’t the whole point NOT to do those things when it’s most enticing? and what of those people who did stay on the path and never waivered? where are those people? how come they never make it as politicians and leaders?

    -refurbished singh

    ਸਤ ਨਾਮ!

  6. Sumeet says:

    I think the interview was excellent. And so was Hari Bhajan Kaur. The background music uplifted, magnified, exagerated and romanticized the status and person of Hari Bhajan Kaur, which this Sikh female hero deserved. She deserves even more. I wish she could be placed in an environment or stage/studio set-up that reflected her status, power, decorum and royalty, just as the backgronud music had reflected. Her relentless struggle with numerous assaults against her Sikh identity, and on her free exsistence has proven her status, power and royal nobility. She does not only look like fairy, she is in fact a victorious princess of paradise. Hero of the earth ! accept my miilion salutes.

  7. Sumeet says:

    Gurumatuk Singh Ji, I think the interview was excellent. And so was Hari Bhajan Kaur.

    The background music uplifted, magnified and romanticized the status and person of Hari Bhajan Kaur, which this Sikh female hero deserved.

    She deserves even more. I wish she could be placed in an environment or studio set-up that reflected her status, power, decorum and royalty, just as the backgronud music had reflected.

    Her relentless struggle with numerous assaults against her Sikh identity, and on her free existence has proven her status, power and royal nobility. She does not only look like fairy, she is in fact a victorious princess of paradise, encircled by invisible guardian protector angles.

    Most beautiful Hero of the civilized world ! accept my miilion salutes.