Namdhari Sikh Sangat Southall

17th January 1872: On His departure from Sri Bhaini Sahib, bidding farewell to his countrymen. Satguru Ram Singh Ji is seen in a bullock cart having covered himself with Mata Karmo’s black blanket and consoling his perturbed sangat.

17th January 1872: On His departure from Sri Bhaini Sahib, bidding farewell to his countrymen. Satguru Ram Singh Ji is seen in a bullock cart having covered himself with Mata Karmo’s black blanket and consoling his perturbed sangat.

It is essential for members of the sadh sangat to recite and conclude a paath of Sri Adi Granth or Sri Dasam Granth every month. All members of a household should also meditate ‘naam simran’ for an hour every day.

Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji

 SRI SATGURU JAGJIT SINGH Ji – THE RAIN GOD

SRI SATGURU JAGJIT SINGH Ji – THE INDOMITABLE SPIRIT

SRI SATGURU JAGJIT SINGH Ji – TIME LINE

SRI SATGURU JAGJIT SINGH Ji – THE MODERN MESSIAH

15 Dec 2012: Shabads performed by Ustad Harbhajan Singh Ji in memory of Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji
Shabad: Saajan-thaerae-charan-kee
Shabad: Thoo aapae aap varathadhaa
Shabad: Ath preetham man mohanna
Shabad: Raaj n chaaho mukath n chaaho

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jap Prayog 2017 in Southall


Dhora Aug 2017



Dhora Facebook post Aug 2017

Historic Moment In Southall


2-4 June 2017 Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji's Visit to UK
Southall Visit: Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji blessed the UK sadh sangat during a short 3 day visit. (Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 4, 2017). This visit to the UK included his first visit to Namdhari Sikh Sangat Southall (NSSS), since attaining Gurgaddi in 2012. NSSS hosted the first Asa de Var of the dhora on 2nd June. The rest of the events took place at Namdhari Gurdwara, East London. It has been 17 long years since the last visit to the Southall premises by Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji. The desire and passion for this long waited blessing was clearly reflected by attendance and mood of the gathered sangat. – as Guru Nanak says “Were a hundred moons to rise and a thousand suns, the light so created will be but utter darkness without the Guru” . The Asa Di Var kirtan was recited in the early morning hours in a very melodious way and style. Ustad Harbhajan Singh and raagi Kirpal Singh took lead and it was sung collectively by UK based musicians. The Asa di Var was interlaced with soul searching Hymns (shabads). Before the conclusion of the program Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji delivered his pavitaar updesh to the sangat.

14 May 2017 - UK sangats Remembrance Mela for Sri Mata Chand Kaur Ji


2-4 June 2017 Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji's Visit to UK Feb 2017

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Photo Galleries: Exhibition by Children / Time-line / Sikh Virtues – the Play

“ਭੁਖੋ ਦੇ ਢਿੱਡ ਵਿਚ ਅੰਨ ਪਾਉਣ ਤੋਂ ਵੱਡਾ ਪੁਨੰ ਹੋਰ ਕੋਈ ਨਹੀਂ”
“NOTHING CAN BE MORE VIRTUOUS THAN FEEDING A HUNGRY SOUL” – Pavittar Updesh Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji



Basant Panchmi 2017

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Sitar Recital…..Sitarist Jasdeep Singh Degun with Harkiret Singh Bahra on tabla.


Malerkota Saka 17-18 January 1872

05 January 2017 – 350th Parkash Purab of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

04 July 2015 – Jaswinder Singh Author and Historian: Lecture
On the importance of promoting the 200th Annivarsary of the birth of Satguru Ram Singh Ji. Introduced by S Tara Singh Anjan

KukaSikhs.com  is an invaluable source of information for members of the community and others alike. It includes details of its weekly programs, activities, melas  & festivals, publications and connections to Namdhari Sangat’s world-wide network. We hope it is an invaluable source of details of the Namdhari Sikh religion, its history and rich culture. This web site has been designed with the members of the entire sangat in mind – the designers have a vision of a site for the sangat by the sangat. With blessings of Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji, the site was launched on 1st September 2002.

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Balfour Road
Southall UB2 5BD
Middlesex UK

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