JOMBOLA may still be a new kid on the block when it comes to racquet games, but its path for local expansion is well under construction thanks to its ability to be played on any existing badminton court by simply lowering the net.
“The Sangat is so beautiful here, it’s just brilliant, when we all sit and practice kirtan I feel like i’m experiencing God.” - Simrit Kaur, Age:14. --- Giani Ji noticed that a majority of Sikh Gurdwaras catered only to the needs of the older generation, he felt that the youngsters had been left out... Now 1600 children are inspired through the camps every year.
Perhaps, today, there is an important lesson to be learnt from that incident: that the Sikh response to every situation has to be reasonable, informative and lawful. That has been the Sikh tradition...
Many teen boys and teen girls have biases against female leaders in powerful professions such as politics. Many teen girls have biases against other teen girls as leaders, and many teens perceive their peers as biased against female leaders. Further, the research suggests that some mothers have implicit biases against teen girls as leaders.
Sadasat Simran Singh talks about teaching in MPA and the various camps based on the discipline at MPA. They don't just teach meditation, but all school subjects as well as exercise, yoga, gatka etc. He explains that to be a complete Sikh, we have to balance Bana, Bani, Seva, Simran, Shastar, and Shaastar.