Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Photos of King's College Simran Programme

Here's some photos of the first Simran programme for the new academic year at King's College London. It's held every Tuesday 5.15-6pm in Room G4, New Hunt's House, Guy's Campus, open to everyone.

We had a really good turn out at this week's Simran programme. It is good to see new faces, freshers, non-Sikhs and people from other unis coming along. At the Simran programmes we do Jaap (meditation) of Mool Mantr and Salokh, and then we do Waheguru Simran using Vaaja Tabla.

Everyone joined in, which is really uplifting. We then conclude with singing 6 Puarian (stanzas) of Anand Sahib, followed by Ardaas. Afterwards we either have discussion or share Saakhis and socialise with one another whilst enjoying some food and refreshments.

Sorry! Most of the pictures have come out dark due to the lighting in the room.

Bhaji Hardeep Singh & Bhenji Harminder Kaur

Seleena Kaur Bhenji posing with some food

Smile for the camera!

"Speak to the hand!!"

Harjit Singh (President of Sikh Soc) with Ratan Singh from South Bank Uni.

Good 'gap shap' going on.

Jasjot Singh Bhaji trying to sell some 'Soul-Sikher' show tickets!

A potential customer interested in a ticket. Jasjot Singh means business!

Gurpreet Kaur Bhenji dazed by the camera

Bhaji Premneek Singh from Leeds checking Harkiret Singh's tabla skills

Chilling out outside

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