Air India Prepares for 550th Gurpurab Celebrations with ‘Ek Onkar’ on Tail

A picture went viral on social media which shows Air line Air India workers putting ‘Ek Onkar’ on the tail. The picture was very widely seen on social media.

This would be the first time an Indian Airline has put a Sikh Ek Onkar symbol on their tail. People on social media praised the airline for the gesture.

The ‘Ek Onkar’ was being installed to celebrate Sri Guru Nanak Dev JI’s 550th Gurpurab celebrations. Various Indian companies have attempted to appeal to Sikhs by joining in on the celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

According to reports, the ‘Ek Onkar’ symbol was recently installed to honor the first Sikh Guru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Recently, a Sikh boy named Jaideep Singh Walia was among the first Amritdhari men to fly for Air India. The was a captain with Air India for 14 years until he was initiated into the Khalsa Panth. He is also one of the youngest Air Commanders of Air India.

He decided to put his heart and soul in becoming a pilot. He directed all his efforts and energies in achieving this goal.

At a remarkable age of 22 he became a airline pilot on a jet aircraft 320 and at the age of 27, he become one of the Youngest Air Commander in the World.

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