Sikh Way of LifeHarnoor Kaur: Sikh Way of Life Inspired by Guru Nanak
The author: Harnoor is 8 years old and is studying in grade 3 in Tom Matsumoto Elementary School. She has been participating in Hemkunt Speech Competition for the last 2 years. She gets her inspiration to participate in Speech Competition from her sister Japleen Kaur. In general, Harnoor enjoys painting and playing chess with her family and friends. She is an accomplished speaker at a very young age. At recently concluded Sri Hemkunt Foundation International Sikh Youth Symposium in Sacramento CA, she obtained first position in the group I (6-8 Years)
Geeta Kaur: Sikh Way of Life inspired by the novel “Satwant Kaur” by Bhai Veer Singh
The author: Geeta is in 8th grade at Kennedy Middle School in Cupertino. She has been a regular participant in the Sri Hemkunt Foundation Symposium for the past seven years and this year has been placed first in group III at the International Sikh Youth Symposium. She enjoys playing the rabab, harmonium and violin as well as performing Kirtan. On Sundays, she helps teach Punjabi and Gurbani to young children at Guru Nanak Khalsa School at San Jose Gurdwara. In her spare time she loves reading fiction books.
Sukhveer Singh: Sikh Way of Life inspired by Sikh Rehat maryada.
The author: Sukhveer is a senior at Monta Vista High School in Cupertino. He has been a regular participant in the Sri Hemkunt Foundation Symposium for over ten years. This year he was placed first in the senior most group at the International Youth Symposium. He enjoys playing the violin and is part of the chamber orchestra at his high school. On Sundays, he helps teach Punjabi and Gurbani to young children at Guru Nanak Khalsa School at San Jose Gurdwara.