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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kulwant Kaur
Day after day, Raghuvinder and Jaspreet Singh hovered by their nearly comatose father and repeated a single word — a word their dad probably spoke more than any other in his lifetime: "Waheguru." The Punjabi word is a term Sikhs use to refer to God.
"The prayers are working," she said in Hindi. "We believe in that."