Barcelona: – The blessed Amritdhari sikh, Gagandeep Singh, was conferred the National Award of the Kataluniya by the President of Catalunya Caralas Pujadman earlier this year. Having another achievement on foreign soil, he gave this credit to his Isht Sri Guru Granth Sahib.This book, written by Gagan Deep Singh, was dedicated to people in “Five Rivers of Catalunya”. The President of the Catalunya Carlaas Pujadamon reached the special occasion during the troupe ceremony. And by the President, the book was written by Gagan Deep Singh.The book has also been sent to all the libraries of Katalunya. Gagandeep Singh said that the murderers are immensely respected to learn and prosper their language, and returning from their language is the main return from success.
This book has been written specifically in Punjabi to learn the language of the Khatlon so that every Punjabi can contribute to the progress of the country by learning the language of the slaughter house.Gagandeep Singh thanked Akal Purakh for the dedication of the people after this book was completed, and his friends and relatives who supported the book, Anthony Fernandes, Bhagwant Singh, Punjabi University Patiala’s research student Parminder Singh Shokki and parents too. Thank you.Messengers sending messages to the Punjabis say that we must learn every language, but it is our first duty to master our mother tongue.
In addition to the President, Murder Falco from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Enrique Wendridge from the Department of Religious Affairs, Maria Mayor Falco from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Dolores of the city, ADGP Juan Feigera, IG Chair Carrios, SSP Apart from Lourdes and Inspector Marcel Passos, a large number of Sikh settlers from the province of Patunia arrived and the manager of the Guru Houses arrived.Read more: The problem of cotton crop in Fazilka is the problem of the farmersThe special thing is that Gagandeep Singh has only offered the book as a reader’s blessings, which means that this book is being provided free to the readers.