Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Photos of Bedford One-Day Sikhi Camp

On Saturday 23rd May, a one-day camp was held at Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara in Bedford. It was first of a kind event held at the Gurdwara Sahib. The amount of Sangat and children grew as the day went on, which was very good to see. It was great to see the enthusiasm and shardhaa (devotion) of the local Sevadaars. I am sure that the local Sangat will continue to do programmes for the youth.

Below are some photographs for the day:

Bhai Joginder Singh jee's class on 'Gursikhi Jeevan'

Under 10s class.

Young Banita Kaur doing some colouring work.

Children's class on Saakhis (stories).

Bhenji Nirmal Kaur volunteering to share a Saakhi with the rest of the class.

11 to 14 years old group.

Bhaji Vijay Singh's class on 'Gurdwara & Seva'

Sewadaars: Bhaji Randhir Singh and Veer Jagdeep Singh.

General Q&A session at the end of the day.

Dhan Guru, Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee.


tejikaur said...

Gurufateh bhaji these look amazing
hey i might be coming to england not sure around mid june

what camps r there any residental ones?

Anonymous said...

It's a shame that youngsters from other Bedford and nearby Gurdwara's did not attend. Keep up the good work sevadaars !

Jeff said...

Teji Kaur, there's Khalsa Camp and Sikhi Camp which are residential 1 week camps, but both are in August.

Kali Singh said...

the main camps are in august, sikhi camp and khalsa camp. and they both have accommodation; nice rooms, bathroom etc.

Kaur said...

Paji Manvir Singh please can you help me understand my latest blog posting called aaj more aaye hain...there is a link to listen to the shabd i need the translation on...feel free to comment

pls pls


Anonymous said...

I know this sounds a bit desperate, but can you please check your email,

Your the only contact i have to the khalsa camp organisers and i wanted to ask and suggest a few things for it. I have another suggestion other than what i have in the email, but ill wait for your reply and then ill send the next suggestion.

My name is Kali Singh, and my email address that I used to send the email to you is:

thank you ji.