Gurudwara is the place of worship for Sikhs. However, people from all religion’s are welcomed in the Sikh Gurudwara. Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan came into existence in the year 1992. From its beginning the sole purpose of Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan Trust has been to guide people to live their life according to the teachings of 10 Gurus (enshrined in the Sikh Holy Book – Sri Guru Granth Sahib).
Services Provided at Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan:
Since 1992, people come here to learn Pure Reading of Sikh scriptures, i.e, Shudh Gurbani Paath. The lessons are given twice a day – morning and evening. The lessons are provided free of cost. The lessons generally complete in 5 months. Anyone can take lessons (Santhiya) any number of time until he/she is perfect in Pure Reading of Sikh scriptures. Read More
A Paathi is the one who performs Paath (recitation, liturgical reading) of Guru Granth Sahib. For practice, new Paathis are made to perform Paath during Sahaj Paath (a non continuous reading of the entire Guru Granth Sahib over any period of time) performed every week.
Gurbani Vyakhya means verbal explanation or discourse of Gurbani (the utterings of the Gurus). Not only reading but understand the meaning of Sikh scriptures is equally important. It provides spiritual guidance to enlighten yourself and follow the path of Gurus.
In the evening, 7:30pm to 8:30pm is the timing for Gurbani Vyakhya. Read More
After every two weeks, eleven Paaths are performed altogether. These Paaths are performed free for Sangat (people attending worship).
Every Sunday, People from Sangat itself perform Kirtan (singing the scriptural compositions in traditional musical measures) during the conclusion ceremony of above mentioned eleven Paaths. After the conclusion ceremony, ladies and gentlemen from Sangat prepare and serve Langar (holy food) to the rest of the Sangat. Read More
Katha also referred as Sikh religious storytelling is Performed during the conclusion ceremony of above mentioned eleven Paath. Katha is Performed by various Saints (Kathakar) such as Baba Jaimal Singh Ji Bhinder, Jathedar Sant Baba Kashmira Singh Ji – Alhora Saheb Wale, Sant Baba Hardev Singh Ji – Alhora Saheb Wale, Sant Baba Harjinder Singh Ji Dhablan Sahib Wale, Sant Baba Manmohan Singh Ji Baran Wale, Sant Raghubir Singh Shekhupur and many more. We provide the video recordings of above mentioned events. Read More
Amrit Sanchar is the term used to refer to the Sikh ceremony of initiation or baptism. Whoever agree to live by the discipline and code of Sikh conduct can drink the Amrit (the Nectar).
Amrit Sanchar is organized every month at Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan. If you are financially unsound to buy kakar (i.e Kachera, Kara, Kirpan, Kanga) then feel free to ask as the kakar will be provided for free. Read More
Ruhani Kirtan Diwan:
Ruhani Kirtan Diwan are organized every year by Jathedar Sant Baba Kashmira Singh Ji (Alhora Saheb Wale) in the last week of october. These diwan’s are generally of 5 days and are managed by Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan. Amrit Sanchar is always scheduled on the 5th day. Read More
location of Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan:
Gurudwara satsang bhawan is located in New Mehar Singh Colony, Tripuri, Patiala, Punjab, India. Which is about 2 kms away from Patiala station. Local transportation such as Auto Rickshaws are available to reach to this place. Read More
Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan Trust:
This gurudwara is managed by Gurudwara Satsang Bhawan Trust. It is a registered trust.