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Story of a French man who became British
to become an Indian-Sikh

Releasing, 2024

Darshan Singh né Michelle Rudel, born in the south of France, found his way to Punjab through his love for vegetarianism, organic farming and poetry.

He baptised into Sikhism, married, adopted Punjab as his home and started organic farming.

Today he is on the front line to save Punjab’s culture of bravery, honesty, integrity, and arduous work, which Punjab and Sikhs are known for, and which have vanished due to politics and the lack of noble ideals.

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