Harvind is VP of a Chicago engineering firm. Her interests include post-modernism in film. She examines the role of religion in defining culture.
East Is East, West Is West:
And The Twain Shall Meet In Me by HARVIND KAUR
Growing up, how do you reconcile the way of life expected in a practicing Sikh, with the abundance of contradictions in everyday American life and Punjabi culture?
1984 & I:
Babur's Second Coming by HARVIND KAUR
My parents were in disbelief. They were in complete mourning. They were engulfed by the news of a place I'd never even visited.
A Man and His Dog by HARVIND KAUR
Baba ji's hard and simple world gave him a serenity that I can't seem to find in my concrete jungle. There are few dirt roads for me to walk down and melt away into.
Yes, We Did by HARVIND KAUR
Yes, we can! Yes, we can! Yes, we can! Yes, we did! Yes, we did! Yes, we did!
Face to Face with Obama by HARVIND KAUR
In the back of my mind, I have a tremendous fear. It deals with an issue the Indian community has learnt to cover up deftly.
Bittu by HARVIND KAUR
His eyes are round and dark. He is a small boy, skinny, with a bulge for his tummy. He is clinging to his mother's side.
My Girls by HARVIND KAUR
Sahib Kaur is three years old and Jind Kaur is almost two months old.
Ma Gujri by HARVIND KAUR
She did not live in the shadow of her husband; she lived alongside him.
Heroes Among Men by HARVIND KAUR
There is no complaining, only a resolve to do what needs to be done.
The Porch Light is Always On by HARVIND KAUR
All those years I spent as either a camper or a counselor at Sikh Camps never prepared me for what I face now.