Do you think I haven't figured out that our fudhoos like prancing about at any given opportunity by now?
I don't get the vid? Was he trying to ask her out for a date in the maximally fudhoo way possible? Who were the other panchoday he roped in for his synchronised 'bruin' bundhoo dance?
We need to squarely face that given our current numbers, we'll have to deal with 'economies of scale' so we'll be unlikely to be able to sell at prices comparable to similar mass produced mainstream items that have a large consumer base. I think the above sells at around £20 for instance.
I'd say we have enough exemplar career types right now, we need to connect kids to their heritage more than this in whichever way we can.
You point about relatability depends on where the kids are growing up and the character of Sikhs around them. I don't know about the current generation, but in the recent past there were strong, brave Sikhs who confronted things like race attacks etc., so it shouldn't be too much of a stretch. Plus I noticed that a lot of Sikhs seem overtly 'nerdy' in the US - outright braces, cheesy gormless grins and bifocals - parents should take take to sharpen them out of this at a young age if they can.
Was talking to someone who was thinking of trying produce some kids books, and the point about having puerile, non-based sakhis came out, the conclusion was that such works need to incorporate a slight gritty dark edge to avoid the kids turning into unrealistic lulloos when older.
Been thinking about that graphic novel I posted about previously, it's such a shame that the diaspora panth (who would be the main consumers) couldn't forkout the £9000 being asked for. That's like £3000 each from the UK, US and Canada - where we all know we have plenty of loaded apnay. If anyone reading is one of these loaded apnay - please support and fund these things and maybe have one less flash motor or slightly less designer clothes.
They are identify culturally Hindu but non-believers in God. Usually liberal brahmins psychos in India journalists, Gandhi supporters. noticed too with Punjabi left liberal journalists too anti Sikh but religion in Panjabi