Akal Academy to provide Free education to two daughters of Late Bhai Inderjit Singh Ji Kirtaniya

The sudden and tragic demise of Bhai Inderjit Singh’s (reputed kirtaniya) of Gurughar few days ago has shaken the entire Sikh community. His two small daughters, Avneet Kaur aged 4 years (KG -A) and Harkirat Kaur aged 3 years (Nursery - A), are studying in #AkalAcademy Ghugh.

A team from The Kalgidhar Trust, Baru Sahib, visited his house to convey their grief on this loss and consoled the bereaved family. Left alone in such gloomy circumstances, his daughters could have been the worst sufferers. Children being the most vulnerable section of society, definitely need consistent and comprehensive support to grow and prosper.

Akal Academy has decided to bear all the cost of education for both his daughters by providing them with free education. Presently, they are currently studying at Akal Academy, Ghugh, Kapurthala.

Akal Academy has decided to hold their hands in their hard times so that they don’t feel left out or unattended. This loss might be irrecoverable for the family but their burden can be shared.

This humble endeavor by #BaruSahib is meant to uplift the underprivileged often forgotten section of the society, Raagis, Granthis, Kathawachaks & Sewadars with the means of Education under Mata Bholi Scheme.

  -Tapasleen Kaur

Giving is the greatest act of grace- Manika Kaur transforms 35 lives through Education!

30-year-old Manika was born and brought up in Melbourne, Australia and moved to Dubai after she married in 2007. Her deeply spiritual connection to the Guru’s wisdom is reflected in her music, with Manika able to channel her devotion to these divine teachings through her spellbinding vocal ability. Her ethos and values are illuminated by the fact that she uses the proceeds of her musical endeavors to raise funds for education projects in rural #Punjab’. All proceeds from sales of her albums and live concerts are donated directly for the upliftment of the underprivileged children. Blessed with a divine voice and writing poetry, she made sure she isn't like any of those famous socialites. She ensures a positive contribution to society to make a difference. She sponsored the education of 35 kids under the deedaday scheme, helping them realize their dreams. Somebody's Future lies in a cup of coffee! A cup of coffee costs $1.5 and DeedaDay costs less than a coffee a day making $1x365 days costing $365 a year. This is enough to support a poor child's education for s year. Read more here - www.deedaday.in. Great are such noble souls who are changing lives of those in need while spreading a pure and sincere message of generosity and love.