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1G UK are standing (sitting actually) proud at the upcoming launch for their new website!

It will be a treasure chest of resources for the Sikh Youth around the world!!!

It will be home to the biggest collection of downloadable English Talks, Katha, Literature and other Sikhi Resources.

There is also a National Calendar for Sikh events across UK, and also 1G events!

It will have a exclusive section dedicated to those who wish to improve their Gurbani Skills, or learn the Punjabi alphabet, with interactive learning coming VERY soon!!


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Vaahiguroo Ji Kaa Khalsaa

Vaahiguroo Ji Kee Fateh!

With the blessings and Agyaa of Siree Guroo Granth Sahib Ji and their beloved Sikhs,

Sevadaars of 1G UK are proud to announce the launch of their new website - www.1GUK.com.

This website will be a major milestone for the western born Sikh youth, as it will contain a database of English Katha and Talks, from parchaaraks all over the world. It will be the a source on the internet to find Talks related to Sikh History, Gurbani or topics in Sikhi.

It will also have a large collection of downloadable English Books/Pamphlets, so the western born youth can learn about our great history.

A national calendar of 1G events and other national events will also be able to see and export.

A Gurbani Santhiya Resource page has also been made, so those who are learning how to read Gurbani, can in one place find audio recordings of the alphabet, and improve their Panjabi through a English medium, other more detailed pothi sahibs such as Gurbani Paath Darpan will also be hosted, alongside helpful videos and articles explaining Gurbani.

With Guru Sahibs Grace, the summer is looking packed for 1G as we hope to hold events throughout the summer. The website will keep everyone updated with the latest news, and keep in contact with us through various mediums:

Contact Us:

Telephone Number: 07783592953

Email: 1Gseva@gmail.com | info@1guk.com

Website: www.1GUK.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/oneGseva

Twitter: www.twitter.com/1gseva

Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/1GSEVA?feature=mhsn

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/people/1guk/

Please do share, and get involved, this is a major breakthrough for Sikh Youth.

The one stop: www.1GUK.com

We also take the opportunity to thank the numerous Gupt support we have received from various institutions and individuals, this truly a joint effort by Sikhs from all backgrounds from around the world.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

Well Done, i often listen to ppl like Bhai Sukha Singh (Uk), who is the best parcharak in this country, we need 2 speak in english @ gurdwaras, the stupid ol fogies need 2 do one! When panjabi is spoken on stage, everyone falls asleep, even my parents, its not jus easy as puttin english translations on a massive projector, we live in a world where ppl cant b asked 2 read, TV is the reason for this, so spoken english is KEY! In south america gurdwaras, all the sikhs there, as well as converts, all speak in spanish, so WHY are we dumb n fallin behind? All non-believers as well as sikhs themselves MUST b targetted by english katha, because the NEXT 10 years is gonna b crucial for sikhs in the UK!

In the last 10 years, muslims have come a long way in england, there were hardly any white converts 2 islam, n hardly any hijabs/ninja outfits, but 10 yrs on, these muslims r everywhere, and the nxt 10 yrs, we gotta make it our decade, thank u

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A good measure and effort by all means.

Just a small point - the website says it is launching on 22nd March, which should be 22nd April.

Why have these niggly little errors. Pay attention to details.....and other things will fall through..

Fateh . . . .

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