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Giani Thakur Singh Doing Katha In Ilford, East London 16-26 July


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Appologies for the duplicate post but just wanted to make the Sangat aware that Giani Thakur Singh is doing Katha in Ilford, East London over the next 10 days.

16th to 22nd July 2012 - 7pm to 8:15pm @

Gurdwara Singh Sabha, 722/730 High Road, Seven Kings, Essex, IG3 8SX

23rd-26th July - 7pm to 8:15pm @

Gurdwara Karamsar, 400 High Road, Ilford, Essex. IG1 1TW

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can someone ask gyani jee about what he said in dec 2009 i.e. world is going to see massive change and natural disasters, he said other mahapurshs have said could happen within 5 years, that leaves 2 years maximum. just curious as the current weather seems very strange i.e. floods, very wet weather, hot oen day cold the next, and then middle east issues look very bad and i think could lead to global world conflict very soon with clear lines of who hates who

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