(NEWS) DHADRIANWALE 2013 UK VISIT: GURMAT DIWAANS WERE ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS - PANTHIC JATHEBANDHIA APPRECIATED PARCHAAR DONE BY BABA RANJIT SINGH KHALSA After their fifth Gurmat Parchaar Visit, Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale have returned to India from the UK on 13th September 2013. The final Diwaan of the 2013 UK Visit which took place in Wolverhampton on the evening of 12th September was attended by huge numbers of Sikh Sangat, as well as leaders of the UK’s key Panthic Jathebandhia. The Sikh Federation UK’s Chairman and nationwide branch leaders were in attendance and welcomed the Gurmat Parchaar being done by Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa all over the world. In addition to a number of other UK Jathebandhia and Gurdwara Committees, on 2nd September in Derby, leaders of the Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK and its Jathedar also announced their appreciation of the Gurmat Parchaar work being done by the respected Sikh Parchaarak. Three Amrit Sanchaar ceremonies took place during the three weeks visit, in which the new Amritdhari’s were seen by Sangat all over the world through live television broadcasts on UK-based Sangat Television. Baba Ranjit Singh were accompanied by a Jatha of over 30 Sikh youths at all times while in the UK. Every Gurdwara Sahib where a Diwaan took place was overflowing with Sangat, be it weekend or weekday, and a truly amazing atmosphere was created in every Gurdwara Diwaan Hall. There was a large attendance by Sikh youth born and bred in the UK who find the Parchaar by Baba Ranjit Singh simple and straightforward to understand. These are trends that have been apparent every time they have been visiting the UK for Gurmat Parchaar since the year 2005. Diwaans took place across the UK, including Southall, Ilford, Bedford, Milton Keynes, Rochester, Gravesend, Birmingham, Smethwick, Leicester, West Bromwich, Derby, Bradford, Huddersfield, Manchester, Newcastle, Wednesfield and Wolverhampton. Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale have been creating Panthic awareness and infusing the principles of the religion by way of Gurmat Parchaar. They will continue to discourse the Sikh nation’s rich history and openly lead the Panthic campaigns, fearlessly preaching from the ground-level against the ills of society, be it drug abuse in Punjab or the growing menace of fake self-proclaimed God-men. The need of the current time is for reawakening.
Posted on: Wed, 18 Sep 2013 12:07:39 +0000
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