Educate Punjab Project: Sehaj path experience shri Guru Granth Sahib ji – Guru Nanak Multiversity

Educate Punjab Project: Sehaj path experience shri Guru Granth Sahib ji – Guru Nanak Multiversity

October 8, 2019 2 By Ronny Jaskolski


My name is Mehak Kaur; I am a +2 student from Firozpur. My sister has been adopted by my uncle.
My father passed away in 2011 and our household income relies on my late grandfather’s pension. Today i will share with you
my experience of Sehaj Paat. Even though i
am from a Hindu family, since
i started a Sehaj Paat i have started added ‘Kaur’ to my name and I now prefer to adopt
the Sikh culture. I have also started going Gurdwara now. How did it start?
One day in our Prayer hall assembly, Guru Nanak Multiversity’s team visited my school
in which they preached Sehaj paat to us and how Gurbani recitation could overcome all
obstacles. I then started a Sehaj paat, it has been a year
so far and I have read over half of Maharaj. When i read gurbani my heart feels calm, as
if i am sharing
my secrets with god. I gain confidence from
Gurbani that all my wishes can be fulfilled. This multiversity helps those students who
are not financially strong to achieve their career aspirations. I also believe that my
career goals will be met.