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I am a currently a first year student @ Liverpool University, I've just moved into Liverpool lately and just about to get used to the environment. I wanted to know whether there are any dates of Liverpool Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan? & do Liverpool take out Nagar Kirtan because I heard that Liverpool doesn't take out a Nagar Kirtan during Vaisakhi. Is this true?

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Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Unfortunately there is very little sangat in liverpool. As a result the gurudwara sahib does not organise a nagar kirtan. I'm sure that the university closes for easter(vaisakhi) holidays so why don't you just go to the nagar kirtan in your home town? :wub:

Btw, are you a member of Liverpool's sikh society?

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I am a currently a first year student @ Liverpool University, I've just moved into Liverpool lately and just about to get used to the environment. I wanted to know whether there are any dates of Liverpool Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan? & do Liverpool take out Nagar Kirtan because I heard that Liverpool doesn't take out a Nagar Kirtan during Vaisakhi. Is this true?

Please Help Ji

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Hanii, I've signed up for the Liverpool Sikh Soc. Isnt there a way where Liverpool Gurdwara takes out a Nagar Kirtan aswel?

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