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Bhai Harjinder Singh Ji Sri Nagar Wale will be performing Kirtan this Sunday 13th April at Ramgarhia Gurdwara, Graham Street Birmingham from 12pm-1pm. The Kirtan will be relayed live on Radio Vaisakhi 87.7FM!!

You can listen to Radio Vaisakhi wherever you are on www.vaisakhibirmingham.org.uk

For more info please contact The Council Of Sikh Gurdwaras in Birmingham on:-

0121 523 4144 (office) or 0121 515 4220 (Live Radio Line)

Radio Vaisakhi 2008 live on 87.7FM!!


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