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  1. We need a granthi amritdhari sikh for job in Denmark gurdwara Contact 004560468933
  2. The lost culture of Europe where everyone covered their heads and supported beards.
  3. Now that article 50 has been invoked and the UK is set to leave the EU club. What are the ramification for British Sikhs and Sikhs in the EU? What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats once the UK regains its sovereign parliamentary powers.
  4. https://www.rt.com/news/314437-erdogan-west-refugees-terror/ This does make a lot of sense but it is still very worrying for migrants already residing in Europe including Britain. After reading this link one reaches a conclusion why migrants are arriving in their droves to the shores of the western countries. He says that 80 percent of oil belonging to Libya and iraq is in the hands of the West. Also read this link to get a balanced view on the current refugee situation. http://www.rt.com/news/314435-putin-isis-syria-refugees/
  5. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki fateh! Does anyone have a link to a master lists of historical sikhi sites in Europe countries? I am looking for all the sites where Guru Nanak Dev Jee has been to and they either made a structure, gurudwara or monument in that memory. I would need exact cities/addresses etx, thanks
  6. Hi folks wanted any decent suggestions from gursikhs. Where in europe is it safe and good to holiday for gursikhs. I do mean the places like spain etc sun sea or city breaks woukd be great to know about. ive been to alicante and thats ok. No lager louts etc And portugal (algarve) was lovely too. Just thinking where the sikhs are most of the time... thankyou.
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    girl using turban

    Hello everybody I have a question, and I would love to get everybodys opinion. I´m a sikh girl living in europe, I am not Amritdhari. Lately I have been wanting to start using turban, not everyday to begin with, but sometimes a week. The problem is that I am scared to offend other sikhs, because; 1. I am not Amritdhari 2. I cut my hair(got long hair, just cut the tip of the hair every 6th week) and I fix my eyebrows 3. I eat meat 4. Sometimes I wear revealing clothes, like i show my shoulders and the bottom of my legs (under the knee), swim with bikini I do understand that I can´t wear revealing clothes when using the turban, but I don´t think I`m going to stop showing my shoulders and legs when I´m not wearing the turban. I might eat meat while wearing the turban as well, cause its just a naural part of my diet every day. However, I know alot of guys who are drinking, smoking and cutting their beard while wearing turban, so it can`t be any difference between a girl and a boy? I don`t drink, smoke or do drugs, I don`t walk around with boys doing nasty things. So I do think I am right in using turban, but I´m a little confused. Are sikhs or even God going to be offended by me wearing a turban? Any help? :happy2:
  8. Coach trip to Ypres in Belgium and Neuve Chapel in France £90 - inc hotel travel lunch Saturday 12th to Sunday 13th October 2013 From Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Summerset Road, Handsworth Wood Sikh Community and Youth Service UK in association with Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Somerset Road, Handsworth Wood have arranged a remembrance coach trip to Ypres in Belgium and Neuve Chaple in France to pay respects to the Sikh War Veterans of World War 1 and 2. This trip is supported by Birmingham and Sandwell Gurdwaras. contact : Sundeep Singh at the Sikh Community & Youth Service UK, 348 Soho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 9QL (Monday – Friday 11am – 5.00pm) as soon as possible with all details completed. Please make sure this is returned before 1st September 2013 at the very latest. Payment must be received before we can issue the tickets. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Sundeep Singh - 0121 523 0147 - 11am-5pm mon to fri Mr Dhesy - 07507 113113 Ranvir Singh Virdi - 07748 323560 --------------------------------------------------------------- ITINERARY Belgium and France Visit from 12th October to 13th October 2013 Lunch from Gurdwara will be provided on the ferry during travel to Calais on Saturday. Refreshments will be provided at Neuve Chapelle on Sunday (Courtesy of Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Paris). You will be responsible for purchasing your own food and drink at all other times. Saturday 12th October 2013 7:00 Pick up from Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Somerset Road, Handsworth Wood (Distance to Dover 205 miles, approx. time of journey 3.5 hours) 11:30 Arrive in Dover 13:00 Ferry sails to Calais (France), Lunch on ferry. Approx 1.5 hours on ferry. 15:30 Arrive in Calais depart for P & J Giftstore Calais, Rue Marcel Dassault, 62100 (Distance 3 miles, approx. 10 minutes) 16:00 Depart for Ypres (Distance 56 miles, 1 hour 10mins) 17:15 Arrive in Ypres. Check in hotel. Rest of the evening at leisure 20:00 Visit the Menin Gate for the Last Post Ceremony (within walking distance of hotel) Sunday 13th October 2013 8:00 Breakfast in hotel 9:00 Visit Hollebeke village and see the Sikh’s first Military Memorial in Europe. This place marks the position where the Sikhs first fought against the Germans in 1914 in Belgium on the Western front. 10:30 Head to Neuve Chapelle in France (Distance 22 miles, 45 minutes) 11:15 Arrive at Neuve Chapelle Memorial. The Indian memorial at Neuve Chapelle commemorates over 4,700 Indian soldiers and labourers who lost their lives on the Western Front during World War 1 and have no known graves. This will be the meeting place with Sikhs from France, Belgium, Holland etc and other important invited guests. A remembrance ceremony will take place and you will have the chance to learn more about this place. 14:00 Leave Neuve Chapelle memorial and depart for P & J Giftstore Calais, Rue Marcel Dassault, 62100, (57miles, 1.5 hours) 15.50 Leave P & J Giftstore for Calais ferry port (Distance 3 miles, approx. 10 minutes) 16:00 Arrive at Calais and catch ferry to Dover 17:00 Arrive at Dover and depart for Birmingham 21:30 Arrival in Birmingham NB : The above are approximate times and maybe subject to change, visit to P&J Gift store will take place if there are no delays Belgium & France Trip Booking Form.pdf Belgium & France Trip Itinerary (2).pdf
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