Raman Singh and her son Kabeer Singh visiting a Windsor Gurdwara. Raman is a second generation American Sikh, her father moved her and her family to the greater-Detroit area when Raman was four years old. Her son is learning from her what it means to be a second-generation Sikh while forming his own unique identity as a third-generation immigrant.
Raman prays twice a day in her own home mini-gurdwara. This morning prayer ceremony was at 5am.
Raman speaks with her mother Hardeep Kaur in the Plymouth Gurdwara halls in between worship activities.
Hartaarn Singh and his baby Randeep Kaur during breakfast at Raman's home. Raman and Heminder hosted friends visiting from Canada for a feminist Sikh conference.
Raman at her Kuman Learning Center meets with a child and mother to run some diagnostic tests.
Raman converses with her mother Hardeep Kaur and friend Mrs. Bhangoo at a Canada gurdwara during a visit.
While getting ready for a school board meeting, Raman puts up her long hair. According to Sikh practice, she has never cut her hair. It is believed that one should accept their God-given self; unaltered.
Each morning Raman does breathing exercises and yoga after her prayers, today her dog Simba is curious.
Along with the gurdwara's children teacher, Raman plans for the upcoming interfaith festival.
Before turning in for the night, Raman Skypes her husband Herminder who is in Delhi visiting family.