Story of Fish Teaches Sikh Kids a Lesson in Having Faith in Guru Nanak

The kids from the school surrounded Singh, Likhari and teacher Manjit Soni with copies of the book they received.

HOUSTON: Bhupinder Singh was in the middle of explaining the central theme of his book and had gotten to the point when the main character, a young boy named Aman, turns to his dadaji (paternal grandfather) crying that he wouldn’t get the bike he wanted. His dadaji tried to divert his attention by reminding him about the cruise they had gone on where they had seen dolphins. “They eat other fish, because they can’t get out of the ocean to eat,” said dadaji. “Where do you get your food from?” 


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