KP Singh knows a thing or two about Interfaith Banquets — he was the 2015 Interfaith Ambassador. He reports on this year's Banquet honoring Betty Brandt.
In this prayerful reflection on the 550th Guru Narak's birth, KP Singh explores the thriving spiritual and civic lives of Central Indiana's Sikh communities.
KP Singh offers his view of what the Indy Festival of Faiths means.
The 7th Annual Indy Festival of Faiths was a 'Sangam' (confluence) of many cultures and religious traditions.
An act of violence against innocent people is a crime against humanity; an assault against the sacred faith commandments about the sanctity of all life.
Our Brother KP Singh contributes this note about Sikh holy day Baisakhi (or Vaisakhi).
CIC emeritus board member KP Singh reports on the visit to the Sikh Satsang of Rev. Jerry Zehh, founder of Carmel Interfaith Alliance
"Rabbis Dennis and Sandy Sasso were gracious, thoughtful, funny, illuminating and inspiring in their acceptance response. Our hearty congratulations to Rabbi Sandy and Rabbi Dennis Sasso."
"The Commencement Speech may have an echo for the interfaith leaders and friends of CIC. My speech echoes and carries a universal message and our need to engage in a respectful way with the fast changing and diverse world around us."
"MELA is a Punjabi word; it means a festive gathering of people and families for a celebration with feasting and fun, music and dancing, shopping and trade, learning and exchange. Indy's Festival of Faiths are interfaith Melas that exude that joyful spirit and a pilgrimage to our shared spiritual blessings."
CIC Board member and Interfaith Ambassador KP Singh, who knows more than anyone about sacred arts, shares his impressions of the 2016 Indy Festival of Faiths Sacred Arts Stage
KP Singh reflects on the true meaning of the Indy Festival of Faiths
CIC board member KP Singh reports on the "Sacred Journeys" exhibit at the Children's Museum (Indy Festival of Faith's partner). KP says: Go!
"An amazing opportunity for families, where visitors will be taken on cherished and undreamed-of sacred journeys without leaving town."
August 29: Be part of the opening of National Geographic Sacred Journeys at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. August 30: Take part in the third annual Indy Festival of Faiths at Veterans Memorial Plaza downtown from 1–5 p.m.
"We felt we were transported to a medieval sacred space with beautiful murals and design elements that embellished the church architecture."