The author takes us along on a journey of self-discovery. The stops along the way range from his experiences in childhood and boarding school, to interactions with his parents; from adventures after he moved to Canada, to worldwide travels and multiple careers. All of which weave a rich warp and weft of how he sees his Sikh faith, his interpretations of its practices and values, and how they have shaped him. There is a good mix of awe and wonder, celebration and introspection, liberally sprinkled with humour and irony, as we move back and forth between continents. Thus, standing “where the rubber hits the road“, he offers the worldview of the fifth largest religion from his personal perspective.
Publisher: Macauliffe Books Canada
Year of publication: 2018
Language: English Non-Fiction. Hard-cover, full colour dust jacket
Pages: 224, including 11-page Glossary
Price: US $25.00
The Book will be launched at the Victoria & Albert ('V & A') Museum in London, England, in October 2018.