For the first time in Elkridge, a Punjabi cultural event is being hosted by Punjabi Heritage Maryland. A few of the notables in this group include: Dilvir Singh Bira, Baljit Singh Bali, Sarabjit Singh Dhillon, Rajinder Singh Gogi, Shivraj Singh Raja, Baljit Singh Gill, Surinder Singh Babbu, Karamjit Singh, Gurinder Singh Soni, Sukhpal Dhanoa, Varinder Singh, Dharmapal Singh, Jasdip Singh Jesse, Baljinder Singh Shammi, Jaswant Singh Dhaliwal, Ratan Singh, Jarnail Singh Titu, Sukhwinder Singh Ghoga, Jaswinder Singh (Royal Crown), Gurwinder Singh Mann, Sandeep Singh, Gurmel Singh, Sarabjit Singh Jhajj.
The ceremony started off with the singing of the National Anthem of the United States, which was followed by a two-minute moment of silence in memory of Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala and the innocent children and teachers who were slain in a shooting at a school in Texas.
Sukhpal Singh Dhanoa took the stage first, followed by a DJ, Punjabi Giddha, and other forms of entertainment. We saw some things. Everyone was mesmerized by the children’s face painting and the magician’s performance. Guests posed for photos in front of a beloved Punjabi Ford tractor parked outside the facility.
Mr. Dilvir Singh Bira and Mr. Baljit Singh Bali said that the Punjabi Heritage Institute had planned this event in order to improve the community’s mutual understanding and to educate the children about their heritage.