Identified for her energy packed performances in TV serials, Dalljiet Kaur remembers that she fondly celebrated the competition of Gurpurab along with her household. “Since Gurpurab takes place a couple of days after Diwali, as children, we used to save lots of greater than half of our firecrackers for Gurpurab. Like Diwali, we used to decorate up in new garments after which go to the Gurdwara to supply prayers. I’ve quite a few stunning reminiscences of the day. I look again and cherish how I spent that day with my dad and mom,” says the actor.
“Gurpurab was really just like the second Diwali for us. We used to burst crackers and look on the sparkly sky all evening,” she provides.
This 12 months additionally, the actor visited the gurudwara to supply prayers alongside along with her son Jaydon.
Talking concerning the significance of celebrating festivals and reciting the identify of the Almighty, Dalljiet Kaur says that it instills righteousness in a person. “When an individual takes the identify of the Lord, he intends to do good deed,” the TV actor says.
It’s rightly mentioned that youngsters are like moist clay that may be molded in any form. What we be taught as youngsters stays with us ceaselessly. Dalljiet Kaur remembers how her father taught her to be glad about all the things she has. She says, “My father may be very non secular and he taught us to say ‘thanks’ for all that we had. Be glad about being alive, with the ability to earn, the meals we eat and all the things else.”
“On our visits to the gurdwaras, my father informed us to thank the Lord for what he has given us earlier than we ask him for something. That is what’s written within the Guru Granth Sahib – recite names, do good deeds,” she says.
Peace and concord has all the time been part of Sikhism. “Our religion motivates us to do good karma and defend the weak. We should preserve these values alive,” she says.