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Welcome to Guru Nanak Society of Australia

Guru Nanak Society of Australia was founded in July 2005 and Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar was opened officially on 15 Nov 2005 by the Hon. Michael Atkinson MP on behalf of Premier of South Australia Hon. Mike Rann. Giani Santokh Singh from Sydney was the first Giani Ji in Gurdwara Sahib  . Guru Nanak Darbar is open seven days a week from 7am to 7pm. The weekly deewans of Guru Nanak Darbar are as follows:-

 

1. ASA JI DI VAAR (Every Morning 7am to 8am)

 

2. Monday and Wednesday Evening Deeewans (6pm to9pm) in which Hazoori Ragis of Guru Nanak Darbar perform katha and kirtan followed by Guru ka Langar.

 

3. Thursday and Saturday Evening Deewans (6 to 9pm) in which kirtan is performed by Sangat and is open to all members of Sangat to participate followed by Guru ka Langar.

 

4. Sunday Morning Deewan (9 :30am to 12 pm ,Hazoori Ragis of Guru Nanak Darbar perform katha and kirtan followed by Guru ka Langar.

 

Apart from these weekly deewans Katha and Kirtan are performed on Gurpurabs. Special Deewans are organised when kathavachaks and kirtani ragis come from India or other parts of world.

 

Guru Nanak Society of Australia also runs Punjabi School where children are taught Punjabi language, culture, kirtan and religious duties.

 

Guru Nanak Society of Australia successfully organised 24th Australian Sikh Games held in April 2011 in Adelaide where different teams of Netball, Volleyball, Hockey, Cricket, Soccer not only came from different parts of Australia but even from Malaysia and New Zealand.

 

All these activities have been done successfully by Guru Nanak Society of Australia with huge support from the Sikh community as well as from South Australian Government.

 
 
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