The Sikh Women’s International Organization’s first concert with Surinder Kaur, the Punjabi folk singer, and Babu Ram, Surjit Singh will be held at the Wolman Auditorium, Columbia University, New York on September 15 at 6 P.M.

Proceeds of the show will go to needy women.

The Sikh Women’s International Organization was formed on Vaisakhi of 1985, which marks the Sikh New Year and the beginning of the harvest season in Punjab, India. The aim is to organize Sikh Women as a collective force by which they can meet the challenge of the modern world, as liberated and independent women, the way it was perceived by the Sikh Gurus. To help women discover themselves and relate to women from other cultures, and to contribute their talents to society, to make womanhood more fulfilling.

The officers of the organization are:

Satwant Kaur Dhamoon, President; Ranjit Kaur Sachdeva, VicePresident; Ranjeet Kaur Grover, Secretary; Krishan Kaur Malik, Treasurer, Ravijit Kaur Arora, Public Relations Officer; Neginder Kaur Puri, Cultural Secretary.

For details of the organization ‘call (212) 2463381.

Article extracted from this publication >>  September 6, 1985