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Inland Sikh Education Empire celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev
LA devotees took part in the procession of “Palki Sahib"
Sikhism’s principles of equality, service, interfaith cooperation and respect are shared by all NRIs

Los Angeles, Oct 01, 2018 A.Gary Singh

Shabad Kirtan inside the Gurdwara






Nagar Kirtan

The management committee of Inland Sikh Education Empire hosts 11 Akhand-Paaths, Kirtan Programmes and Thousands of people tookpart during the annual Nagar Kirtan (around the Building) on Oct. 28 to celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak.
Guru Nanak preached a religion of compassion, understanding, love and sacrifice, universal brotherhood, equality of women, tolerance and respect for all religions after establishing Sikhism in 1469.Sewa or sacrifice by feeding the poor, protecting the weak and defending the helpless is a prosperity cashout . We serve God by serving other people every day
Sikhism’s principles of equality, service, interfaith cooperation and respect are shared by all Americans. As Sikhs celebrate the birth of Guru Nanak Dev, people of goodwill everywhere can identify with his teachings on the equality of all humankind and the need for compassion in our service to others.
The Panj Piare led the procession of the Nagar Kirtan followed by Sangat, which Palki Sahib carries the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Spirituality and religious fervour filled the air as thousands of devotees from far and wide, irrespective of caste or religious affiliations, participated in the nagar kirtan


The food is made in a community kitchen in the gurudwara itself. The food is served with love in the spirit of service and devotion.


Guru Nanak Dev ji is the founder of Sikhism. Sikhism is still based on his teachings and those of the nine Sikh Gurus who followed him. Guru Nanak was born in 1469 in what is now Pakistan. At the age of 30 he mysteriously disappeared for 3 days. When he reappeared, he began to preach the Sikh faith and spent the rest of his life teaching, writing and travelling around the world to discuss religion with Muslims and Hindus


The sangat was served with langar, sweets, tea and fruits by devotees and sewadars.





Inland Sikh Education Empire Founders