Personal Projects: Point of Entry: Amarjit Kaur Singh

“My temple… what happen over there? There is a place they do the prayer and we do all together. And we listen and we have food all together. We sit on the floor and we eat every Sunday. We have Ardaas. That is the prayer. It is everything written in the book, in the holy book. The first word is ‘Ek-Oankar.’ It means God is one and God is everything. God is everywhere. Pray to God.” Amarjit Kaur SinghImmigrated to the United States from Punjab, India in 1990Migrated to Baltimore in 1991Photo by Sean ScheidtInterview by Ashley Minner, 5/30/17Baltimore, Maryland
Amarjit Kaur Singh

“My temple… what happen over there? There is a place they do the prayer and we do all together. And we listen and we have food all together. We sit on the floor and we eat every Sunday. We have Ardaas. That is the prayer. It is everything written in the book, in the holy book. The first word is ‘Ek-Oankar.’ It means God is one and God is everything. God is everywhere. Pray to God.”  

Amarjit Kaur Singh 

Immigrated to the United States from Punjab, India in 1990 

Migrated to Baltimore in 1991 

Photo by Sean Scheidt 

Interview by Ashley Minner, 5/30/17 

Baltimore, Maryland