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  1. Akal International Gurmat Camp 2013 (Baru Sahib) Kalgidhar Trust UK (Dates: 20th July – 18th Aug) Book now – Group flights available For more info http://barusahib.org/youth-camps.php Ring 07512 80 90 52 for more info Application Forms.docx Program and General Information.docx
  2. if you are intrested in attending add yourself to the baru sahib face book plage or ring us on the details above
  3. Akal International Youth Camp-2011 Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, HP, India UK PROGRAM AND GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATION: The camp will be held at Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, located in the lap of the majestic sylvan Himalayan Hills, ensconced in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountains from all sides, 135 km from Chandigarh, near Solan in Himachal Pradesh, India REPORTING AT BARU SAHIB: July 26, 2011 AGE LIMIT: 8 to 25 (In-depth experience for Senior Campers) CAMP CAPACITY: 100 EDUCATION EXCHNAGE DONATION: while you gain your education, please support Baru Sahib to sponsor an underprivileg
  4. The Sikh Centre Birmingham - www.thesikhcentre.co.uk The Sikh Centre provided by Kalgidhar Trust UK is a non-profit, community based organisation serving the needs of youth and families, with a focus on the Sikh Community. The centre provides space to teach and learn free of charge to youth and teachers, to set up lessons and events in safe environment. The Kalgidhar Trust UK supporting the Kalgidhar Society (Baru Sahib) in northern India. This sapce is being provided to the sikh youth free of any charge to hold events and gurmatt lessons ext. check out the website http://www.thesikhcen
  5. Saturday 30th Jan 2010, 9am — 3pm Guru Nanak Gurdwara South Birmingham, Stratford Rd, Sparkhill, Birmingham, B11 4LS Register now : 07956 935 073
  6. Sikh Parent Workshop Saturday 30th Jan 2010, 9am — 3pm Guru Nanak Gurdwara South Birmingham, Stratford Rd, Sparkhill, Birmingham, B11 4LS Register now : 07956 935 073 , 07930 522 475 From Dealing with over with 280 serious cases in 2009 particularly in the UK, the SAS has identified many problem patterns within the Punjabi/ Sikh Community. On identifying these problems SAS have researched in to the specific cases and have come to a conclusion, that a lack of parenting skills play a large role in many cases brought forward to them. To combat this problem within the community the SAS h
  7. singh ji, why not look at the amount of naam and seva is happening at the gurdwara , its very easy to point fingers at things we see bad or not understand. there may be reasons to why they do things in diffrent ways but the main concept is that sikhs are getting gurbani of guru ji forgive me if i may have had said anything wrong.
  8. Shad Sangat jio Bookings for this years camp are now open , limited spaces, first come first serve. please log on to www.sasorg.co.uk , www.barusahib.org for more info and application forms The Way to Establish Permanent Peace THE KALGIDHAR TRUST AKAL INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CAMP(UK) 2009 PROGRAM AND GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATION: The camp will be held at the Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, located in the lap of the majestic Himalayan Hills, 135 KM from Chandigarh, near Solan in Himachal Pradesh, India. Mailing address: Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, Via Rajgarh, District Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh -
  9. Shad Sangat jio Bookings for this years camp are now open , limited spaces, first come first serve. please log on to www.sasorg.co.uk , www.barusahib.org for more info and application forms The Way to Establish Permanent Peace THE KALGIDHAR TRUST AKAL INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CAMP(UK) 2009 PROGRAM AND GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATION: The camp will be held at the Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, located in the lap of the majestic Himalayan Hills, 135 KM from Chandigarh, near Solan in Himachal Pradesh, India. Mailing address: Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, Via Rajgarh, District Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh
  10. Survival Seminar – Kalgidhar Trust, Baru Sahib The Kalgidhar Trust (UK), a registered charity in UK, working to support Akal Academy - Baru Sahib, India has organized an Educational seminar on November 29, 2008 to support the ground-breaking work happening in India & across the world, strengthening the Sikh Panth. The educational seminar titled 'Survival’ will be held from 12 - 4pm GMT at Brunel University, London. The full seminar will be broadcasted live on Amrti Bani Radio Station, Digital satellite channel 0176 online at www.amritbani.org This program will cover current challenges
  11. ANY MORE BOOKINGS PLEASE FILL IN APPLICATION FORMS FROM THE WEBSITE WWW.KALGIDHARTRUST.ORG.UK AND EMAIL IT BACK ALL INFO IS ON THE WEBSITE I MUST STATE THAT IT IS 1ST COME 1ST SERVE AS THERE ARE VERY LIMITED PLACES LEFT LAST BOOKINGS ARE TO BE MADE BY THE 16TH JUNE ANY MORE BOOKINGS PLEASE FILL IN APPLICATION FORMS FROM THE WEBSITE WWW.KALGIDHARTRUST.ORG.UK AND EMAIL IT BACK ALL INFO IS ON THE WEBSITE I MUST STATE THAT IT IS 1ST COME 1ST SERVE AS THERE ARE VERY LIMITED PLACES LEFT LAST BOOKINGS ARE TO BE MADE BY THE 16TH JUNE
  12. Last few Places left to book. i have to stress that it is 1st come 1st serve. SO if anyone wants to go please apply v soon.
  13. sorry its on saterday 31st May , @6pm wat date is it?
  14. A talk on Education and our Children, Come along and share your views on educating your children in Sikhi. A talk by Kalgidhar Trust and SAS Saterday 31st MAY @ 6pm @ Dashmesh Darbar Gurdwara 97-101 Rosebery Avenue, Manor Park, London E12 6PT 6pm Come and share your views, and also get info on this years Baru Sahib Camp www.kalgidhartrust.org.uk 07500 430 449
  15. CLARIFICATION STATEMENT BY THE KALGIDHAR TRUST-BARU SAHIB Made by Major General R.S.Chhatwal Retd. (Official spokesman of The Kalgidhar Trust, managing Akal Academies): The issue of forcing Hindu students to wear dastar / turbans by Akal Academy has been totally misunderstood & misrepresented with a view to make it look communal. We wish to clarify the following: 1. Wearing of turban is a symbol of Indian pride, honour, tradition, simplicity & modesty. Sikhs wear turban on account of this and many Hindus also wear turbans. For example: Indian leaders lik
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