Think of any scene of disaster and you’ll find Sikh volunteers rallying to the site, feeding migrant workers, helping riot victims and cleaning up after earthquakes and floods. Why has this 25-million-strong community become the world’s Good Samaritans? What is it about their values that makes so many of them do so much good? And how is it that they’re also able to channel so much joy and laughter while serving langar to people from all backgrounds? Through science-based studies, interviews with Sikhs and using Sikhism’s history and fables, Sikh journalist Jasreen Mayal Khanna unlocks eight rules for daily life. Rules so simple and yet so transformative that anyone can use them to become kinder and happier and lead a more meaningful life. Seva is a beautiful, inspiring and moving book that will change you from the inside out.
Seva: Sikh Secrets On How To Be Good In The Real World
Jasreen Mayal Khanna
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Jasreen Mayal Khanna has an MFA in Creative Writing from New York University. A travel and lifestyle journalist since 2010, she was Senior Features Writer at Condé Nast Traveller India for five years. She’s visiting faculty at St Xavier’s College, Mumbai. She lives in Mumbai with her husband and baby son, Azad.