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JAMMU: NGO’s Self Educational Trust and Guru Nanak Sewa Society on Monday organized a seminar in which documentaries titled ‘Peering Souls’ and ‘Peering Warriors’ were screened to a selected audience here at Amar Singh Club.
The occasion was graced by the veteran writer, explorer and maker of these documentaries, Amardeep Singh. He has also authored two books titled The lost Sikh Heritage-The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan and The Quest Continues, The lost Sikh heritage- The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan.
The books, are in his own words, ‘Propelled by the deep rooted desire to connect with the land’ of our Gurus left behind in Pakistan by millions of Sikhs owing to the painful partition of India in 1947.
The two books gave the reflection of the glorious past of the Sikh empire and culture. The documentaries focussed on the need of preserving the dying historical heritage of the Sikhs in Pakistan. The author visited Pakistan in the year 2014 -2016 and recorded the events in the form of a travelogue.
Amardeep, born in Gorakhpur (India), has lived across India, Hong Kong, and Singapore. After his education at The Doon School, he pursued his education in Electronics Engineering and Business Administration in the top universities of India and the USA. While actively engaged in the corporate sector, he passionately cultivated his interests in literary and creative arts.
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