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Welcome to Ramgarhia Sabha Southall

Ramgarhia Hall

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In 1973 the Salvation Army Hall at 159 The Broadway in Southall was purchased by Ramgarhia Sabha, Southall and renamed Ramgarhia Hall. The hall provided Facilities for young people in the local community such as training in the martial arts and table tennis, and there were also Facilities for social and cultural get-togethers.


The hall found itself being used for a variety of purposes over the years, including providing overnight stay for a large contingent of marchers in the late 1970's who had marched from Scotland to bring the government's attention to rising unemployment there. The hall was also privileged to hold the first ever International Panjabi Conference in 1980 including a display of fine arts and books. The conference, later on, helped to introduce the teaching of Punjabi in schools in Britain.

Short Extract from: Treasures of Sikh Faith, for more on the history of the Ramgarhia Hall, contact Ramgarhia Sabha

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 August 2017 17:27

Becoming a Sikh Chaplain

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If you can answer yes to the majority of questions, please contact us for further details of how you might be able to get involved as a Sikh chaplain.

Are you aged between 18-75?
Are you sufficiently fit to meet the physical and emotional demands of hospital visiting and be able to satisfy occupational health screening?
Are you able to relate warmly and simply in a relaxed manner?
Do you have a good knowledge of the Sikh faith with habits of prayer and public worship. Are you able to speak confidently about your own faith?
Are you open minded and able to be non-judgemental?
Are you able to keep confidentiality and adhere to a code of conduct?

See: http://www.sikhchaplaincy.org.uk/index.php/becoming-a-sikh-chaplain

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 July 2017 21:29

Wearing Sikh articles of faith in the workplace and public spaces

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Sometimes the wearing of Sikh articles of faith may appear to conflict with the needs of an organisation and the lack of understanding of Sikh articles of faith can inadvertently lead to tensions between the rights of individuals and the rights of the organisation.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 03 August 2017 17:23

Mool Mantar

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Ik Onkaar
There is only one God.
Sat Naam
Truth is his name
Kartaa Purakh
He is the creator
He is without fear
He is without hate
Akaal Moorat
He is timeless and without form
Ajoonee Saibhang
He is beyond birth and death, The enlightened one
Gur Parsaad
He can be known by the Guru’s grace
Embrace His meditation
Aad Sach.
He was present in the beginning
Jugaad Sach
He was present before the Yugas (ages) began.
Hai Bhee Sach
He Is present now
Naanak Hosee Bhee Sach. ||1||
(Guru) Nanak (Dev Ji) says that he shall certainly be present in the future.

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 July 2017 20:27

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