Sound Bytes with Charanjeet Kaur

Sound Bytes with Charanjeet Kaur

This past weekend at home I was playing with my 2 year old daughter Charanjeet Kaur and I thought how it would be cool to capture some little sound bytes of her talking while she is still small. Kids grow up so fast that it is nice sometimes to look back later on at those early days with the kids. In the past I have posted little video clips taken from my phone, so here is another of these "life recordings".

When Charanjeet was younger she got really into carrying around this wooden statue that we have of the Buddha. In this recording she starts talking about meditation with her doll and the Buddha. Click on the below player to hear the short little audio. 

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8 Responses to “Sound Bytes with Charanjeet Kaur”

  1. Rancy Kaur says:

    Charanjeet is so beautiful and hearing Japji sahib path from her was entirely heart touching experience for me.

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh!!!!

  2. Ajaipal Kaur says:

    This is precious beyond words…

  3. Gurdev Kaur says:

    beautiful…..what a delight and joy to hear such a young kaur recite the mool mantar…Waheguru !!

  4. Gurdev Kaur says:

    Aww. That was so cute! So beautiful to hear such kirpa at such a young age. Due credit to mother and father and of course our immaculate guru, Guru Granth Sahib JI.
    Vaheguru Vaheguru Vaheguru!

  5. dr singh says:

    i am ur big fan mr sikhnet. ur daughter is beautiful and nice to hear gurbani from her sweet lips. i wish our all children would be like ur little one.
    all the best.
    dr singh
    trying to help people
    http://www.singhisking.co.uk

  6. gill says:

    Beautiful. she is adorable. may God bless her always.

  7. Gurumustuk ji – I have listened to this many times, in fact her completely innocent recitation has become my default online recording of the Mool Mantar, displacing Harshdeep (I think that’s her name) Kaur’s gorgeous rendition from Rang De Basanti.

    I am always struck by how you manage to teach and encourage her without ever talking down to her. The loving interaction between you two is an inspiration.

    Thank you.