Learning Forward

Learning Forward

The best podcast for schools and schooling. The Interns of My Good School produce podcasts with élan. Listen to heartwarming stories and feel their passion for education #JoyOfLearning #MyGoodSchool #HappyTeachers © Learning Forward India Foundation. Connect with us if you wish to participate or use our content for distribution. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/learningforward/support read less
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Life Lessons with Amardeep Singh
28-12-2023
Life Lessons with Amardeep Singh
In Season 15, Episode 2, Tenzin Jambey of Pestalozzi Children’s Village India shares his reflections from the Sunday School on 24 December 2023, when we hosted a Meet and Greet with Amardeep Singh Rangar. Tenzin Jambey of Pestalozzi Children’s Village India shares his reflections from the Sunday School on 24 December 2023, when we hosted a Meet and Greet with Amardeep Singh Rangar. Tenzin shares with us what being human is, how we yearn for peace, why money, perhaps the biggest sin for humanity, has made us lose our value system and much more. Please listen to his maiden podcast and share your love with him by posting your comments for the episode. Amardeep and Vininder are co-founders of Lost Heritage Productions. They are Guided by Guru Nanak’s philosophy and inspired by historical texts. Guru Nanak, an embodiment of Oneness, is a revolutionary spiritual teacher. Born in 1469, he traversed vast geographies for over two decades to visit congregational sites of diverse faiths with a noble interest in seeking and imparting universal fellowship. “Allegory - A Tapestry of Guru Nanak’s Travels”, a 24-episode docuseries, sequentially explores Guru Nanak’s life events to unfurl the deep imports of his messages. Filmed at over 150 multifaith sites in 9 countries, the docuseries is available in English, Punjabi (Gurmukhi), Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi (Shahmukhi). --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/learningforward/support
The Lost Heritage with Amardeep Singh
19-12-2023
The Lost Heritage with Amardeep Singh
Season 13 Episode 4, Learning Forward with Amardeep Singh, is the co-founder of Lost Heritage Productions and the Oneness In Diversity Research Foundation. ‘Lost Heritage Productions’ is a Singapore-based visual media production house led by a Singapore-based couple, Amardeep Singh and Vininder Kaur. It is focused on research and documentation of forgotten legacies. Born in Gorakhpur, Amardeep Singh attended The Doon School. He studied Electronics Engineering at the Manipal Institute of Technology and Masters in Business Administration at the University of Chicago, USA. He now lives in Singapore. Having worked in the Financial Services sector for 25 years, he has led the Asia Pacific Region at American Express for Revenue Management of the Credit Card business. Since 2014, he has dedicated himself to visual ethnographic research. He has authored two books, ‘Lost Heritage, The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan’ and ‘The Quest Continues: Lost Heritage, The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan’. He has also made a few documentary films on the remnants of the Sikh legacy remnants in Pakistan. Amardeep has led a cross-border team to create a 24-episode docuseries, “Allegory, A Tapestry of Guru Nanak’s Travels, " available on www.TheGuruNanak.com. Guru Nanak glided across distant lands for over two decades on a selfless pursuit. He engaged in philosophical and social dialogue to relate with people of diverse cultures and belief systems. Through words and music, he gracefully imparted experiential insights, fearlessly challenged the binary constructs of society, and relentlessly opposed gender, religious, racial and class inequalities. The work put forth by Mr Amardeep and his team is truly inspirational. Guided by Guru Nanak’s philosophy and inspired by historical texts, “Allegory, A Tapestry of Guru Nanak’s Travels", a 24-episode docuseries, sequentially presents the life events of Guru Nanak. Tune into this beautiful conversation where Anvesha is conversing with our guest, Mr. Amardeep Singh. Listen to this meaningful and engaging discussion where Mr Amardeep explains the purpose behind his endeavours, dwells upon the beauty of taking up such journeys and contemplates the effect of this magic upon the followers of Guru Nanak. Trace along with us as we travel the same path, turning the stones unturned. Please comment below and let us know if you like our podcast. If you want to be a part of similar podcasts, join us. We hope to meet you again soon! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/learningforward/support