Sunday , February 25 2024

In Kerman, This Punjabi American Stays Connected To His Faith And Family

We know the San Joaquin Valley is home to diverse communities and cultures, and this year we’re bringing you audio postcards from some of the families who settled here a little more recently. Today we’re going to hear from Amanprit Singh Dhatt at his home in Kerman. The city is home to a large population of Punjabi speakers, including Amanprit. He came to California in 2005, after marrying his wife, Rupinder Kaur in India. Rupinder sponsored Amanprit to come to the U.S., and they’ve raised their daughter to embrace both Indian and American culture. Listen to the audio postcard above to hear more from Amanprit Singh Dhatt.
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