From Wednesday to Saturday a Gurmat Camp was held at Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Amsterdam, Holland, which was attended by about 90 children. From Saturday to Sunday a Keertan Smaagam was held with a Rainsbaaee Keertan on Saturday night. With Guru jee's kirpaa, the local Sangat are becoming stronger in their Sikhi. Since the last Sikh Family Camp in December, Guru jee has brought a positive change to the Sangat. Many young bhenjis who used to wear a Dastaar when coming to the Gurdwara and learning Gatka have begun wearing the Dastaar permanently and wearing it to school. Some Veer jees have decided to keep their Kesh. And many of the Sangat, young and old have begun doing daily Nitnem and Amrit-vela. May Guru Sahib continue to bless the Sangat.
Some photos from the Smaagam (from Bhai Amrik Singh's Flickr):
Bhai Abinash Singh doing Keertan
Bibi Ishpreet Kaur doing Keertan with her son, Tavgun Singh, playing Tablaa. I think he is 2 or 3 years old. Vaheguru!
Bibi Kuldeep Kaur doing Keertan
Bhai Jasbir Singh doing Keertan
Dhan Hai Guru! Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee!