Jessi Kaur is the author of three highly acclaimed children’s books – Dear Takuya, The Royal Falcon and The Enchanted Garden of Talwandi. Dear Takuya has been approved for inclusion in several hundred school and public libraries in the US. The Royal Falcon was selected as one of eight books to be showcased in Melbourne at the Parliament of World’s Religions in 2009. The Royal Falcon was produced as a multicultural children’s musical and had three successful shows in California in 2011 and 2012.  Jessi Kaur’s third book The Enchanted Garden of Talwandi is recently published. She is currently working on The Unstruck Melody, a lyrical exposition of spiritual concepts prevalent in the Eastern traditions.

 

Jessi has traveled extensively sharing the message of Ek Ong Kar (One Creator One World) as enunciated by Guru Nanak. Ek Ong Kar espouses the unity of mankind that is inherent in the diversity of different races and creeds. Jessi’s passionate commitment to sharing this message stems from her deep faith that peace is possible when the barriers of ignorance are brought down and we open our hearts to those who seem different from us. She strongly believes that the journey begins within oneself.

 

Jessi is the founder of IGS NOW (In Global Synergy Now – www.igsnow.org) an organization that celebrates and promotes oneness and upholds compassion, sharing and forgiveness as the quintessential human values. Through books, retreats, art and multi-cultural programs Jessi spearheads events that foster respect, dignity and acceptance amongst children and youth. She is a frequent speaker at inter-faith gatherings and has spoken at the Parliament of World’s Religions in Barcelona in 2004 and Melbourne in 2009.

 

Jessi has been featured in award winning documentaries The Mistaken Identity and The Asian and Abrahamic Religions – A Divine Encounter in America; and is a frequent guest on Women Now, a South Asian TV show. She has written for populous and scholarly journals on a wide range of topics. She is currently serving as the Chairperson of the Fine Arts Commission of the city Cupertino in California. Jessi taught English Literature at a Delhi University college before moving to California and lives with her husband in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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