Young Minds | The Virtues of Literature in Education: Thrills of Learning & Unlearning | Harsimran Kaur- Pastlores
Masterclass With Fearless Educator
About Speaker: Harsimran Kaur is an acclaimed author of The Best I can do is to Write My Heart Out, I am Perfectly Imperfect, and Clementines on My Poetry Table. She is a record holder under the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records for her first publication at fourteen. Her work, consisting of Poetry, Fiction, and Academic writing, has been featured and recognized on various national and international forums. She is also the founder of Pastlores, an online club dedicated to literature enthusiasts. #YoungMinds #PoweredByTheSmartClass #Youngchangemakers--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/future-school-leaders/message
Western Poetic ideals and the Indian Classics, ft. Harsimran Kaur
Cosmographia: The Graeco-Romans, the Egyptians and Us
Harsimran Kaur is a well acclaimed, sixteen-year-old author of 'The Best I Can Do Is To Write My Heart Out' and 'I am Perfectly Imperfect,' self-published at 14 and 15, respectively (written under the pseudonym of Harsimran Kaur Mand). She is an Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records record holder who has also contributed to several anthologies. She recently published her third book, 'Clementines on my Poetry Table: A Poetry Collection' on 17 May 2021. She has written over 150+ poems till now. An English- language enthusiast, she is also a part of the prestigious literary forum of her city.She is currently a senior in high school and resides in India. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook @harsimranwritesbooks
Hoopdarshan Episode 93: Teenage phenom Harsimran Kaur on the NCAA future and WNBA dreams
One of the brightest young stars in Indian basketball, 17-year-old Harsimran 'Hunny' Kaur, joins Episode 93 of Hoopdarshan. The teenager from Kapurthala, Punjab spoke to hosts Kaushik Lakshman and Karan Madhok about joining San Diego State of the NCAA D1, dreams to become the first Indian in the WNBA, and how she finally defeated her father - a former national player - on the court.
Justice for All: Sikhs in America (with Jaideep Dhillon & Harsimran Kaur)
In this first episode of our Justice for All series, we examine a minority faith with adherents numbering around 500,000 in the United States. While many Americans may be ignorant of this faith tradition, Sikhism has had a presence here since the late 19th century. In this episode I interview my friend Jaideep Dhillon, an Indian-American who follows the Sikh faith, and ask him about his personal experience with Sikhism and what it’s like to be part of a minority faith in America. Harsimran Kaur, Senior Counsel for the Sikh Coalition, then joins me to talk about hate crimes against Sikhs and the work of the Sikh Coalition in fighting for civil rights.