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In the current Corona-virus crisis we are here to support you and your family do Ardas for the good health of your family. Please reach out to us for an Ardas service for your loved ones, and we will accommodate your needs. We wish everyone good health and strength during these difficult times.

Here is an Ardas for the good health of all Sangat during Corona virus.


If you require an Ardas prayer to be said for a relative you are worried about, someone in hospital, or for your own family’s wellbeing, please get in touch and request our service.

Our service is here to help you during the moments when you need Waheguru the most. We know and understand there are many Sikhs who want to take a step towards Waheguru but find they are not able to go to the Gurdwara, life complications get in the way, or they’d rather pray in private. Any Ardas from the heart will connect to Waheguru no matter where you are, but if you’d like one done by our dedicated Giani Ji in the presence of Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we are happy to facilitate this seva for you.

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Wow, I really am shocked!

Someone has built a website where the sangat can pay money for an ardaas to be completed. They can even decide if they would like their 'contribution' read out in the ardaas.  Very much a scam

It's like holding an akhand paath where the Giani Ji reads and none of the family sit and listen.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji taught us:

ਆਪੇ ਬੀਜਿ ਆਪੇ ਹੀ ਖਾਹੁ ॥
Āpe bīj āpe hī kẖāhu.
~ Yourself put the effort in and yourself reap the benefits

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