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Sikhs from Around the World create App to help people apply Guru Nanaks teachings in their life

Jalandhar, Jan 1, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)
Ashvinder (Ash) Kundan Singh runs an entrepreneural programme, at the top management schools globally, including INSEAD Business School in France and Ivey Business School in Canada. His courses on startup and acquisitions now been adopted in 20 countries internationally.

And yet he finds time to serve the message of Guru Nanak. Ash, as he is fondly called, is the person who initiated a wikipedia for Sikh information that draws over 10000 daily visitors and then designed mobile app to showcase the identity of the Sikhs.

This app has been used by a over 1 million users worldwide. And now he is in Amritsar to offer prayers at Kartarpur Sahib, Sultanpur Lodhi and Harmander Sahib before launching a life changing mobile app Nanak Time.

Nanak Time is a mobile app that helps people learn and apply Mool Mantr in their life.

“Today’s youngsters don’t just want to recite gurbani, they want to know how to apply it in their life.”

With the help of over 20 Sikhs scholars and educators from around the world, including renowned Sikh Artist including Onkar Singh, Kanwar Singh and Harsimran Kaur, Singh and his team spent over a year working to put a best in class mobile app for followers of Guru Nanak.

“We wanted to create an app for the world to enjoy and be inspired by Guru Nanaks divine message. In today’s world, it’s needed”

Leveraging the power of Artificial Intelligence, Nanak Time will help find time in your day to apply gurbani concepts and help you reflect on it using a smart journaling platform.

Chief Secretary of the SGPC, Roop Singh, gave his blessings to the creative App Nanak Times in a meeting between them and Gunbir Singh, President, DilbirFoundation. He marvelled at the depth of knowledge and simplicity of the delivery of Guru Nanaks primary message in the Mool Mantra, and gave valuable suggestions thereto.

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