On Saturday 20th March, a one-day Sikhi camp was held at Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Luton. The camp was organised by the Gurdwara Youth Committee and Luton Sikhi Club. The one-day camp included talks, discussions, Q&A, arts and crafts, dastaar tying, and keertan. The local youth and Sangat did a great job in organising the camp. With Vaheguru's kirpaa the Luton Sikh youth have becoming really strong with their Sikhi since they have started a weekly Sikhi class for parents and children. It is so inspiring to see youngsters so eager to learn more about Sikhi and making positive progress in following Gurmat.
Some photos taken from the camp:
Story-telling with younger group.
Talk on history of the Guru Sahibaan.
Saakhis about Guru Nanak Dev jee.
Bhai Gurpreet Singh jee tying a Dumalla on Veer jee.
Bhai Davinder Singh jee tying Dastaars on children.
A happy looking Singh :)
Happy looking young bhenjis.
Bhenji having a Dastaar tied.
Veer Jagdeep Singh teaching children a Simran tune.
Bhai Vijay Singh jee doing a talk about building a relationship with Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee.
Younger class with Bhenji Navrup Kaur.
Q&A session with the elder boys.
Dhan Hai Guru, Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee.