“I am a disciple of Guru Nanak Dev Ji”

Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of Civil Aviation, India staunchly believes in the guiding virtues of Sikhism which are the embodiment of Universalism and Humanism

By: Bhavya Gaind

A visionary leader, a deep-rooted Sikh, and a man to reckon with an indomitable will, Hardeep Singh Puri has created ripples of change in the society with his proficient acumen and a zeal that can move mountains.

In an exclusive interview, we talk to him about what keeps him going, his deep-rooted ethos and values, and lots more!

Provide us with an insider’s view into your roots in Punjab?

I have deep and widespread roots in Punjab, in what you call Punjabism and Punjabiat an integral component of my Indian identity. I am a disciple of Guru Nanak dev Ji. Our ten gurus continue to inspire my life and work. In particular, the three principles of Naam Japo – meditating upon His name, Kirat Kamai – working hard with honesty and for good causes, and Vand Chhako – sharing and caring are integral to who we are as Sikhs.

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