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After Winning Two Gold medals

Anantdeep Singh also received an Honorary Plaque from the Inland Sikh Education Empire

Los Angeles, Sepember 05, 2018 A.Gary Singh

Girls' brains can begin maturing from the age of 10 while some men have to wait until 20 before the same organisational structures take place.

In the case of Anantdeep Singh, who os only 11 years old, is more mature than his age implies, with a solid comprehension of abstract concepts, good foresight and an understanding of human nature beyond what most kids their age have.

Anantdeep Singh was encouraged by NRIpress representative to write 5-10 lines about himself, he wrote:

  • I, Anantdeep Singh attend 6th grade at Ethan A. Chase Middle School. I am 11 years old and am a active member of the SIKH community I attend Inland Sikh Education Empire and am very thankful of the Committee there. With the blessing of Waheguru Ji (GOD), I have received an Honorary Plaque from the Inland Sikh Education Empire.

  • I am grateful for my parents who helped me pursue my passion in playing the tabla and taking me to London for the 30th Annual Hemkunt Symposium and 13th Annual Kirtan Darbar. Most of all I am thankful for Waheguru Ji for giving me the privilege of singing his praises (Doing Kirtan).

Anantdeep Singh Anantdeep Singh's father Gurmeet Singh

Anantdeep Singh's father Gurmeet Singh who like to promote education, sikhism and like to help others kids said: "Building our teens' identity is a long process. Teens yearn for our support and relationship. It's important to affirm their natural abilities. Encourage busy teens to enjoy down time, which strengthens their creativity and problem-solving skills. Teens develop confidence when they believe they are loved by God — no matter what. This inner strength will carry them through trials and peer pressure."

Gurmeet Singh's furher said, "Personality is something that does begin in childhood but continually develops toward maturity into adolescence. To encourage them to be who God made them to be, rather than who we want them to be. When teens understand their worth in Sikhism, they can reject negative thinking that peers, insecurities and problems hurl on them."