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.:::SANT BABA RANJIT SINGH JI DHADRIANWALE:::.

2011 UNITED KINGDOM MAHAAN GURU MANEO GRANTH CHETNA SAMAGAM

21st July 2011 - 14th September 2011

PRESS NOTE

Guru Pyaree Saadh Sangat Ji

WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

Co-ordinated from Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib, Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji’s Amrit and Dharam Parchaar to the Sikh masses in India and around the world continues to progress.

Discoursing the Sikh nation’s rich history and the principles of the religion, they continue to openly lead the Panthic campaigns, preaching against, for example, drug abuse in Punjab and the growing menace of fake self-proclaimed God-men.

Through the strong demand of the Sangat, and the blessings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj, the Mahaan Shaksheeat of the Khalsa Panth, renowned Panthic Gurmat Parchaarak, Sathkaarjog Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji Dhadrianwale will now be visiting the United Kingdom after two years for their fourth Guru Maneo Granth Chetna Samagam.

The 2011 UK Visit for Gurmat Parchaar will take place from 21st July to 14th September in various Guru Ghars around the country, making this the longest Gurmat Parchar Visit ever outside of India by Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji. They will be briefly returning to India in between (15th August – 22nd August) for the monthly Sangrand Samagam at Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib. During the UK Visit, Amrit Sanchar as prescribed by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Ji Maharaj will take place nationwide on a number of occasions. The requests of the Gurdwara Sahib managing committees and the Sangat has meant the extended Diwaan schedule has once again become overbooked from the intended schedule days. The schedule which is in its final stages of completion, will shortly be released on a national scale within the community and media, and will be available through this medium.

All Sangat are humbly requested to show their presence at these Samagams, to receive Dasmesh Pitha Ji's Amrit and receive the blessings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj.

For further information, email info@SantRanjitSinghJi.com.

WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

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UK Sangat is very lucky, please take laha

here baba ji was coming for 5 days in april, some dushts here in hong kong prevented baba ji visit and all sangat was very unhappy about it. hope baba ji can come later in future to Hong Kong.

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So much Sangat is coming to the diwaans, even in the week days!

The Hayes school programme had unprecedented numbers of Sangat arrive to listen to the Gurmat Parchaar - in the region of 40,000 plus!

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So much Sangat is coming to the diwaans, even in the week days!

The Hayes school programme had unprecedented numbers of Sangat arrive to listen to the Gurmat Parchaar - in the region of 40,000 plus!

this is very good news. waheguru kirpa karn

are diwans being recorded so other sangat can take laha too?

please share

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Please note the following changes to the Diwaan Schedule.

Nankasar Thath Isher Darbar - This diwaan that was originally scheduled for 14th August 2011 has been cancelled, BUT it will be re-scheduled for the second part of the Gurmat Parchaar Visit when Baba Ji return from India. This particualr diwaan will now take place at Nankasar Thath Isher Darbar, Mander Street, Wolverhampton on 11th September 2011 at 7pm-9pm.

Delay in return from India - Diwaans at Seven Kings originally scheduled for 25th and 26th August 2011 will no longer be taking place. Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji will be arriving back from India a little late, now on the 25th August. Please see how this changes the schedule below...

Mata Sahib Kaur Sikh Academy - There is a new diwaan here on 25th August 2011, the day Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji returns from India. This will be an evening diwaan starting at Mata Sahib Kaur Sikh Academy, Oaks Lane, Ilford.

Ilford - The diwaan at Gurdwara Karamsar Sahib UK in Ilford that was originally scheduled for 24th August will now take place 7pm-9pm on 26th August.

Gurdwara Singh Sabha Derby - A new diwaan has been added at Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Princes Street, Derby taking place on 10th September 2011 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm before the Sant Baba Kartar Singh Ji Bhindranwale Barsi programme at 10pm in Smethwick.

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With the Kirpa of Akaal Purakh Vaheguru and the blessings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj, hundreds of people have taken Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Amrit in the UK already as a result of these UK Samagams by Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji. 77 people took Amrit (many of which were youths) at the recent West Bromwich diwaans alone.

Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji are now back in India for a brief period at Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib for the monthly Sangrand Samagam where Amrit Sanchaar will take place as normal. They will be back in the UK on 25th August 2011 to continue with the second part of the 2011 UK Visit for Gurmat Pachaar.

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can sangat in england please record their diwans and share with other sangat living overseas or india?

please help thanks

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Went to a diwan of theirs a few weeks ago, saw a few camera's etc. I pretty sure they are being recorded however when they will end up on the internet or at all, no idea. Hopefully someone who is recording can post.

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Diwaans are being recorded by a few teams. One team is making them available for Sangat straight after each diwaan at the Gurdwara Sahib.

Many diwaans are being broadcasted live by the UK based Sikh television channels - it is likely the same will be re-broadcasted on TV at later dates.

These recordings will be made available to download online on www.SantRanjitSinghJi.com and/or www.Dhadrianwale.com at a later date in the future.

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Please note the following changes to the Diwaan Schedule & RETURN DATE TO THE UK:

- Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji will now be arriving back in the UK on FRIDAY 26TH AUGUST 2011 (and not 25.08.11). They will do the 7pm-9pm diwaan in Ilford on that night as scheduled.

- The diwaan originally scheduled at Mata Sahib Kaur Sikh Academy for 25.08.11 will now instead take place on MONDAY 29TH AUGUST 2011. As before, this will be an evening diwaan at Mata Sahib Kaur Sikh Academy, Oaks Lane, Ilford.

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Is there going to be anything in Southall? Seeing as there a good few thousand Sikhs in the Southall/Hounslow/Hayes aswell as the largest gurdwara in the UK? its surprising to see there are no Divans scheduled here!

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