Sadhu Sundar Singh

On September 3, 1889 in northern India, a boy named Sundar Singh was born into a family of the Sikh religion. Sundar’s family was loving, they had a nice home and unlike many of their neighbors, had plenty to eat. Sundar’s mother was honored as a Sikh bhakta, a woman saint, and she prayed with Sundar and helped him memorize their holy book called the Gita.