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Patake

A Pataka is not only a firework but an explosion and a realisation. Pataké is an expression of the journey Singh Mahoon has taken navigating his experiences as a Sikh that has awoken to the realities around him. He has awoken through Gurbani and now realises the power that the Guru has bestowed upon him and the expectations that are placed.

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