“Kultar’s Mime” Heads to Scotland

Kultar’s Mime Heads to Scotland “Kultar’s Mime,” launched by the Sikh Research Institute, is an immersive theatre experience and provides a unique insight into the sufferings of victims of organised violence. The plot follows events separated by time and space but bound by the common suffering and tragedy endured. The play charts a story of…

Sikhi Summer Club 2015

Our Sikhi Summer Club 2015 will run from Sunday 9th August – Wednesday 12th August and is specifically targeted at young people aged 6 – 13. A week of fun active practical learning, you will have a great week! Click here to download your form: Glasgow Gurdwara Summer Club 2015  Simply email to GlasgowGurdwara@hotmail.co.uk or drop…

Recognising the achievements of the Next Generation

On Sunday 22nd March, headteacher of the Panjabi Academy, Mrs Daljeet Kaur Dilber, hosted the annual Awards Ceremony to recognise the achievements of the young people. The Ceremony awarded high achievers and those pupils that had shown commitment to the Panjabi Academy. The Ceremony was followed by a Fun Day event which was jam-packed with…

Celebrating Vaisakhi 2015 in the heart of Glasgow

THOUSANDS JOIN CITY PROCESSION TO CELEBRATE VAISAKHI The Annual Glasgow City Procession brought together thousands of people from diverse and vibrant communities to celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi. Every year, the Scottish Sikh community organises an open, community celebration which brings together the Southside and West End of Glasgow. Spokesperson for the Glasgow Gurdwaras Council…

Sikhs fundraise for new community projects

On Sunday 30th November 2014, Sikhs from all over Scotland gathered to celebrate their shared achievements & successes. The event also served as a fundraising opportunity as well as a chance to celebrate St. Andrew’s Day. On the event, Charandeep Singh, General Secretary, commented: “Since the opening of the new Glasgow Gurdwara, the Scottish Sikh…

World War One Memorial Service

Scottish Sikhs pay tribute to the brave On Sunday the 9th of November, Scottish Sikhs gathered for a special service of remembrance at the Glasgow Gurdwara to commemorate the servicemen and servicewomen who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending our country in the First and Second World Wars.   The Commemoration Service honoured all Soldiers…

Guru Nanak Gurpurab Celebrations

Tuesday 4th November 2014  DAY  Prabhat Pheri 6am – 7am Asa Di Vaar Keertaan – 7am – 830am EVENING Akhand Path starts at 5pm (continuous reading of Sikh Sxriptures) Wednesday 5th November 2014  DAY  Prabhat Pheri 6am – 7am Asa Di Vaar Keertaan – 7am – 830am EVENING Akhand Path starts at 5pm (continuous reading…

Glasgow Gurdwara Launches National Langar Week with British Bake Off Star

On the 2nd November 2014, Glasgow Gurdwara welcomed British Bake Off star, James Morton and father, Tom Morton to The Glasgow Gurdwara to kick-off National Langar Week. Langar allows people from all backgrounds to come together, eat and share food and bu simply doing so, promote a oneness and equality amongst all people.    Designed…

Team India Honoured at Glasgow Gurdwara

Scottish Sikhs officially welcomed Team India to Glasgow as part of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.    Team India were welcomed by Young Sikh Leaders who performed Scotland the Brave using bagpipes and the Dhol (Panjabi drums). The Team participated in a Community Prayer with a performance from the National Guru Granth Sahib Youth Choir…

Sikhi Camp 2014

Glasgow Gurdwara hosting another year of the highly anticipated Sikhi Camp from 4th-7th August 8.30am-4.30pm. Guest Speakers: Singh Sabha Educational Centre Shamsher Singh from Sikh Research institute. Please download your form here. Return to GlasgowGurdwara@hotmail.co.uk        

Glasgow Doors Open Day 2014

Over 600 people visited Scotland’s first purpose built Sikh Gurdwara – a stunning £4m complex which adds a splash of golden Sikh architecture to the vibrant Glasgow skyline. Since April 2013, it has attracted 50,000 visitors and is used regularly by 2,500+ Scottish Sikhs.

First Minister meets Sikh community at Glasgow Gurdwara

Scotland’s first purpose-built Gurdwara welcomed the First Minister Alex Salmond during its busiest community day (Sunday June 1). Mr Salmond visited Gurdwara Guru Granth Sahib in Glasgow and met with community leaders and individual Sikhs. During the visit, he gave an address to the Sikh Community before visiting the Panjabi school where 300 pupils learn the Panjabi…

Anniversary celebrations for Gurdwara

  The southside Sikh community gathered on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of the Glasgow Gurdwara in Pollokshields. The event was open to the whole community, and included guided tours of the purpose-built gurdwara, dance and martial arts performances, children’s entertainment and a reading of the Sikh scriptures, Guru Granth Sahib. Those celebrating the…

Celebrate Vaisakhi 2015

Nagar Keertan | City Procession | Sunday 5th April 2015 Route: Starting at 9am. Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara, St Andrew’s Drive Gurdwara Guru Granth Sahib, Albert Drive Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Otago Street Central Gurdwara, Berkeley St  Volunteers required to do Seva during the Nagar Keertan. Get in touch with us today to take part! Email us…

EcoSikhs

 In partnership with the Climate Challenge Fund, Glasgow Gurdwara is exploring the views of the Glasgow Sikh community on the environment. The results will be collated and put forward to the Climate Challenge Fund in order to determine what actions the Gurdwara could take.  Click here to complete the survey. We’ll be marking Sikh Environment…