One Panth: United In Remembering 1984

BRAMPTON, ON, Nov. 13 /CNW/ - Join One Panth in commemorating the tragic events of 1984. The day of reflection includes live performances, displays and films. Some of the live performances will be by The Tabla Guy, Gurpreet Singh Chana, the Gurukul Arts Academy, Humble the Poet, and Dr. Onkar Singh to name a few.

There will also be artistic displays by twin sister artists Amrit & Rabindra Kaur Singh; Kanwar Singh Dhillon from the Art of Punjab; Illustrator Rahul Singh Bhogal; artist Ravinder Singh; displays on 1984 by Sandeep Singh Brar, developer of the virtual Sikh Museum; and painter Sukhpreet Singh.

The free day of reflection and remembrance will take place on Sunday November 15th at the Chandni Convention Centre in Brampton, ON. Snacks will also be available throughout the commemoration.

For one brief moment, in 1984, Sikhs around the world were united as One Panth regardless of our individual affiliations, castes, education, wealth or politics. We were able to put our differences aside. The time has come to find our common bonds and to remember that we are One Panth.

    Event:       One Panth: Uniting in Remembering 1984
    Date:        Sunday November 15th, 2pm
    Location:    Chandni Convention Centre
                 5 Gateway Drive, Brampton, ON

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For further information: For further information: Media contact: Harpreet Singh Hansra, (905) 455-5111 (cell),

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