Following services are provided to the Sadh Sangat by the Gurudwara Sahib.
For conducting any of the services, one needs to contact the Gurudwara in-person.
1. Akhand Path (Gurudwara and Home)
Akhand Path is the uninterrupted 48 hours of continuous recital of Sri Guru Granth Sahibji by the ‘Paathi’ Singhs. Every Paathi Singhs makes sure that there is no break in reciting Sri Guru Granth Sahib and they read out scriptures ‘Shuddh’ (pure) and ‘Spashth’ (clear).
2. Sukhmani Sahib
Sukhmani Sahib baani is present in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji on Ang (Page) nos 262 – 296 and is written by 5th Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji. Sukh means ‘Peace’ and Mani means ‘Mind’ does reciting Sukhmani Sahib brings peace to the mind.
3. Anand Karaj (Sikh Wedding)
Sikhs regards marriage as a sacred bond of mutual dependence between man and woman; a true partnership of equals in marriage is made between those who are united in spirit as well as in mind and body. Based on a concept depicted in Laava (written by Sikh’s 4th Guru, Sri Guru Ram Das Sahib Ji), Sikh marriage is a holy union between two souls, where physically they appear as two individual bodies but in fact are united as one. The couple must feel and think alike and need to become “Ek Jot Doe Murti” meaning “one spirit in two bodies“.
4. Hall Booking
Any Sikh or Nanak Naam Leva family can book the Gurudwara Hall for various ceremonies like marriage, marriage reception, engagement, etc. Hall is given for a restricted time and person booking need to follow the guidelines laid down by the Gurudwara managing committee. Gurudwara also has ample space for parking and at a given time, 25-30 cars can be parked in parking area, thus giving convenience to the booking personnel.
- Online booking not available.
- Please check for charges (‘bheta’) for each function before booking the hall. Charges are applicable and vary from time to time. Various ‘bheta’ charges are for Hall Booking, Granthi Bheta, Kirtan Bheta, Sevadar Bheta, Hall Cleaning, etc.
- Deposits are applicable for hall booking. If any of the rules are broken then deposit would be forfeited. In short, the onus or responsibility lies with the person booking the hall who also need to handle his/her guests.
- Time restriction is applicable and need to be adhere by each individual. Any arguments with Sewadars would be dealt seriously and one may lose the deposits and any future bookings.
- Final decision of giving Halls would be with the Gurudwara Managing Committee
- Liquor, tobacco, Non-Veg Food is STRICTLY RESTRICTED within Gurudwara complex (Hall, Parking Space).