Teja: a Sikh priest

Australia, 1978

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Episode of Series “Our multicultural society”
Describes the Indian Sikh community in Woolgoolga, in New South Wales, and Teja Singh, the community priest. Explores his role in the preservation of the culture, traditions and religion of the old life in India, and his view of the necessary changes and adaptations that the future will bring.

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