Main Principles

The word ‘Sikh’ means a disciple. So Sikhism is essentially the path of discipleship. The true sikh remains unattached to worldly things just as the lotus keeps its blossom over and above the surface of water. The Sikh must do his duty to his family and to the community. The main thing is leading a pure and moral life, full of noble deeds and kind words. A Sikh does not regard fasting, austerities, pilgrimages, alms-giving and penance as important things.

Bhagti: Those who know the importance of Bhagti feel like Guru Nanak Sahib that forgetting God is just like death and brooding upon His Name is life and joy. Without the nectar of God’s name, the pilgrim dies his misery. But Bhagti is possible after certain conditions are fulfilled:

Gurmat Competition

We are excited to announce that the Gurmat Competition 2024 will take place on July 27th, 2024, in celebration of the 15th anniversary of Gurudwara Sahib and the Parkash Dihara of Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji. Competitions will commence promptly at 8:30 AM on July 27th, 2024.

Note: Prize distribution will be held on August 4th, 2024, at 12:30 PM.