Welcome to Educate Punjab Project



An insight to the vision of our elders

The young generations are the future of a nation and it was the dream of Panth Rattan (Nation's Diamond) Bhai Sahib Bhai Jasbir Singh Ji Khalsa (Khanne Wale), Founder of Educate Punjab Project, that where students should learn about Sikhi and be involved within the service of their Guru's house, they should also progress within an academic career to as high a standard as possible.

Their teachings are that 'when a practising Sikh holds a recognisable position within broader society, the Sikh faith will automatically be preached to the wider population'.

"If we wish for the Chardikala of the Panth, the only way is to have Honest Doctors, Engineers, Advocates, IAS, IPS officers" 

- Bhai Jasbir Singh Ji Khalsa (Khanne Wale)

A UK businessman, Sardar Jaswinder Singh ji Khalsa, a man who has stepped in his seventh decade of life is an ardent believer of Sikhism virtues, aptly reflected in the Nitnem and Sehaj path. He settled in UK in his prime youth and struggled for long and succeeded to reach to the top in the business world. After having done all that he had dreamt, he amassed a lot of wealth and reached the pinnacle of prosperity by the blessings of Waheguru.  A name to reckon with Mr Khalsa decided to lead the rest of his life by returning to India and serve  the cause of philanthropy. Mr Khalsa, the philanthropist, the grounded Pramukh Sevadaar in his own right assembled the likeminded benevolent group of associates with similar intentions to bring about the change in society at large.

 "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest"

- Jaswinder Singh Khalsa

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