After creating waves with their coffee table book, We The Sikhs in India, Kapil Dev and Ajay Sethi have taken their brainchild to America and the duo and their publication received an overwhelming response in the US.
Kapil Dev and Ajay Sethi are presently in America and they are launching their prestigious publication there through a city tour. The tour began on the eve of the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi on April 13. The duo unveiled their celebrated book amidst much fanfare in Selma Gurudwara in Fremont, California and then headed to Gurudwara Sahib of Fremont on April 14. Their next stop was the Gurudwara Sahib of San Jose and then they unveiled the book in San Diego.
When asked what kind of response did he get in Fremont and San Jose, Kapil Dev said, “It was wonderful. These people who left home 30-40 years ago, I think are in touch with Wahe Guru more than we can expect from the world. We have wonderful people here, they have so much emotion, so much passion, it’s even difficult to explain in words.”
Talking about Ajay Sethi, the Chairman of Channel 2 Group, Kapil Dev stated, “Sometimes dreams come to your head, it’s impossible but if you have great friends who are ready to support you that really helps and Ajay was a great help because at that time, I was finding it difficult to publish the book in India because there are a lot of restrictions to form a company. Then Ajay came out and said that he will take care of it and that was a big thing because you can have something in your mind, but at the end of the day, lots of other things come into play and you need people. Ajay was one blessing for me.”
The terrific two will launch the book at the Arizona Sikh Gurudwara in Phoenix today and will then jet off to Vancouver for the launch on April 18.
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