Project Update: Daddy’s Dastar by SRI



The support of Dasvandh Network has allowed Sikh Research Institute to move forward in their education initiatives. Read about SRI’s updates and future goals for their next Children’s book – ‘Daddy’s Dastar’. 

Dear Dasvandh Network Sangat,

Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vahiguru ji ki Fatih!

In previous years, your continuous support has enabled us to bring Sikhi Education worldwide. Thank you!

The Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) is delighted to share with you, that our new project ‘Daddy’s Dastar’ has been illustrated and is ready for the printers. SikhRI is seeking help from the Dasvandh Network sangat to help raise $10,000 to cover the cost of printing 3000 copies of this book.

Brief About the Project:

daddy-dastaarDaddy’s Dastar: Bilingual Children’s Picture Book

What makes a little boy feel grown-up? Dressing up like his Daddy, of course.  Daddy’s Dastar captures a moment between a father who cherishes his little boy and a son who can’t wait to grow up. Tegh pleads with his father to let him wear one of his colorful dastars. Although his father insists that Tegh is far too young to wear one yet, Tegh convinces him otherwise. For after all, Tegh won’t be a little boy forever.

Daddy’s Dastar is also an introduction to Sikh culture and a celebration of its most cherished ceremonies.

Author: Inni Kaur is the author of Journey with the Gurus; Sakhi-Time with Nani ji and Thank You, Vahiguru.

Illustrations: Anantdeep Kaur

Panjabi translation: Harminder Singh

Please use this link to donate:

We hope that the Dasvandh Network sangat will embrace this project favorably and support it wholeheartedly.

In Chardikala!

The SikhRI Team

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