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To celebrate Vaisakhi and commemorate the Amritsar Massacre that set alight the flames of justice in the panth and gave birth to the dharam yudh morcha. Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK invites you to join sangat from all over the world for the 19th Annual International Akhand Kirtan Smagam.

Many Kirtani Jathas and sevadaars from around the world will be taking part in kirtan seva. Giani Pinderpal Singh (Kathakaar) will also be attending the smagam.

All programs at: Sri Guru Singh Sahba Gurdwara, Princess Street, Derby, DE23 8NT

Monday 14th April - Wednesday 16th April 2014:
Sri Akhand Patth Sahib: 10am Arambh - 5.30pm Bhog followed by:
Rehras Sahib followed by Akhand Kirtan: 5.30pm-9pm

Thursday 17th April 2014:
Asa Di Vaar Kirtan: 6-10am
Rehras Sahib & Akhand Kirtan: 5.30PM-9pm

Friday 18th April 2014:
Asa Di Vaar Kirtan: 6-10am
Rehras Sahib & Akhand Kirtan: 5.30PM-9pm

Saturday 19th April 2014:
Asa Di Vaar Kirtan: 6-10am
Akhand Kirtan: 7.30pm-12am

Sunday 20th April 2014:
Akhand Kirtan: 8am-11am followed by Mahan Panthic Conference
Reansabai Keertan: 6:00pm-5:00am

Other Information

  • Please note Amrit Sanchar on Saturday 19th April 5PM 

  • Accommodation has been arranged for the whole Smagam. Bibian accommodation has been specially arranged. For further details, contact Bhai Bhupinder Singh on 07719225401
  • Bibiaa and family accommodation will be catered for contact Bh. Bhupinder Singh
  • Special exhibitions will be on display in National Sikh Museum covering history from the Guru Khalsa Panths, the 1978 Shaheedi Saka, Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh and the ghadar movement

- Amrit Sanchar Information -
- Saturday 19th April 5PM -

  • Wear 5 Kakaars, including Keski and Dastaar. The colours for Keski and Dastaar are Blue, Black, Basanti/Orange and White.
  • Wear Gurmukhi Baana. Males should not wear Pajaami while females should wear Pajaami. Bibiyaan who wear a suit, must ensure that the suit is plain and loose.
  • Kirpan must be made of Sarbloh and held in Gaatra.
  • Kachhera must be White only 

  • Karra must be made of Sarbloh
  • All Abhilaakhis must come after Body & Kesh Ishnaan, please ensure Dastar and Bana are 'sucha'.
  • 5 Kakaars Will be provided as free Seva if needed
  • Note – It is strongly advised all New Abhilaakhis should do 2 hours Mool Mantra Jaap & 7 Baniaa in preparation for Amrit. (Ideally starting months before)
  • All Abhilaakhis should sit and listen to the Akhand Paath Sahib & attend the Keertan Divans

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