A children’s book series by 1984tribute.com continues with Volume 4 and this time the artist is Azaad Singh from the USA.
The book is a way of educating Sikh Youth across the world by telling the tales of our great Sikh warriors who have fought against tyranny.
The children’s book is distributed free through the Vaisakhi period at 1984 Tribute stalls, Sikh Youth UK Sikhi Camps and Vaisakhi mela.
There is also an online shop via the NSYF website where people can order their free copies from.
It is great to see efforts being made to help future generations, we at Unsaid spoke to the 1984 Tribute team.
A spokesperson said: “We are grateful we are given a role in the panth to help make a big difference by speaking about those who sacrificed everything for our community and our freedom Khalistan, we thank Gurdwara and Panthic organisations who continue to support our efforts and we hope you all share our material to your families and friends.”
Well done to all the sevadars who dedicate their time and efforts into documenting, producing, and distributing these fantastic children’s books to the wider sangat.
They are vital in helping make changes in our community and we urge everyone to attend events where they can get themselves a copy. Projects like this aren’t given enough coverage and our team will continue to help highlight positive work in the Sikh community.