Regular prayer sessions are held every day of the week, starting from dawn till late evening. Prakash of Sri Guru Granth Sahib is done in the pre-dawn hours, following which the 5 Banis (Nitnem) are read and Asa-di-Vaar kirtan is sung. The daily Hukum Nama is written on the Notice Board for the sangat to read. in the evenings, after Rehraas Sahib, kirtan and Kirtan Sohila, Sri Guru Granth Sahib is retired for the day ("sukh-aasan").
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Gurpurbs signify in the Sikh tradition the holy days commemorating one or another of the anniversaries related to the lives of the Gurus.
Upcoming Gurpurbs and other programmes are posted to members each month and can be viewed in the Downloads section.
Jorh Melas are organised for Sangrand, Pooranmashi, birthdays, death anniversaries, engagements, weddings, etc.
Please approach us if you need to book a programme, or send an online booking request.
Donations to Sikh Institutions
The Sabha regularly contributes towards Sikh institutions. The beneficiaries include the Sikh Welfare Council, Singapore Sikh Education Foundation, Sikh Missionary Society and Sikh Sewaks (for their Miri Piri Camp).
In the past, contributions were also made to help the victims of the Gujarat earthquake and other disasters, etc.
From time to time, special programmes are also organised, such as the 400th anniversary of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji.
Upon requests from members, Sahej Paath and Akhand Paath are also organised and conducted at the homes of members.
Finally, granthis from the Gurdwara participate and conduct the funeral rites of members at the crematorium.