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On 7/29/2022 at 3:12 PM, ipledgeblue said:

I would like to find out more about Sant Baba Mani Singh ji please?

 

Also why is the gurdwara called Akal Bunga Sahib and what is the connection with Akali Bunga/ Akal Takht?

actually baba jee named it akal ashram but it was formally known as akal bunga sahib because bunga is more commonly used word for gurdwara rather than ashram .there is no direct connection between takht sahib and akal bunga sahib.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Kee Fateh

 

Aap ji can follow the Amrit Sanchar Likhari Jatha on instagram for regular Amrit Sanchar Announcements. The next Amritt Sanchar will be on the 11th of September At Akaal Bunga Sahib The Uplands, Smethwick B67 6BJ at 12pm. As per maryada, aap ji must have done a keshi ishnaan and be wearing clean kapre as well incliding your dastar, gatre and kachera. Kakars will be available and will be provided by the jatha, daas recommends getting spare kachere If you do go to the toilet before the amrit for either a 1 or 2, must have another keshi ishnaan. 

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On 9/5/2022 at 8:45 PM, Singh375 said:

Sunday 11 Sep - Smethwick

Sunday 25 Sep - Wolverhampton

Sat 22 Oct - Southall (park avenue)

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will they do Chaupai Sahib properly with full kabyo baach benti and Arril bani read when performing amrit sanchar? Many months ago I listened to Rehraas Sahib paat at Park Avenue gurdwara and Chaupai Sahib was cut, so I don't have full confidence.

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