Our Jatha

Giani Malkit Singh

Head Granthi

Giani Niranjan Singh

Associate Granthi

Giani Sarbjit Singh

Kirtan Jatha

Giani Malkiat Singh

Kirtan Jatha

Giani Harvinder Singh

Kirtan Jatha

Giani Guriqbal Singh

Associate Granthi & Langri

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The following Gurdwara etiquette should be observed at the Gurdwara:

Before entering the hall:

        • No drugs, or intoxicants of any nature, or cigarettes are allowed with in the Gurdwara premises.
        • Take off your shoes
        • Wash your hands
        • Cover your head (head scarves are available near the entrance to the Gurdwara Hall)
        • Please Turn Cell Phone to silent mode or just turn them off.

Upon entering the Diwan hall (where the Guru Granth Sahib is present):

    • Fold both your hands and walk slowly.
    • Bow humbly and touch your forehead to the ground out of respect for the Guru Granth Sahib.
    • As you bow, place your offering respectfully before the Guru, it may be money, a flower, or a word of thanks
    • Any sincere expression of gratitude is equally acceptable to the Guru
    • After bowing and offering, sit in the Sangat (the congregation) quietly without disturbing others.
    • Usually men sit on one side and women on the other side.
    • Sit comfortably and peacefully, the cross-legged position is commonly used, but do not point your feet in the direction of the Guru Granth Sahib.
    • Do not talk or chew gum.

The usual sequence of events (a service) in the Gurdwara are

    • Kirtan: The singing of the Holy Hymns – Gurbani.
    • Katha/GurbaniVichar: The reading of the Holy Hymns followed by explanation or a sermon or talk appropriate for the occasion.
    • Recitation portions of a scripture the Anand Sahib.

The Ardas

    • You will not be expected to say anything. You will have to join the Ardas (equivalent to Lord’s prayer). To join in the Ardas:
    • Stand straight with folded hands and think of the Guru.
    • Sing together Thoo Thakur Tum Peh Ardas
    • After the Ardas, continue standing, and sing, Aageaa bhaee Akal kee, Tabhee Chalaio Panth.
    • The Ardas concludes with the Jaikara. Boley So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal.
    • Then sit quietly. The person sitting behind the Guru Granth Sahib will read the Hukam, the Guru’s message or Order to the Sangat (congregation).

The Hukamnama

    • Upon completion of the Hukam, Karah Parsad is distributed to the Sangat. (This is a sweet pudding made of flour, sugar and clarified butter that is offered as ceremonial food.)


    • Finally Langar (food from the Guru’s kitchen) will be served in a different hall. All are welcome to eat langar.
  • 5:00AM – 6:30AM – Parkash and Japji Sahib
  • 6:30AM – 7:30AM – Asa Di War
  • 6:30AM – 7:30AM – Kirtan
  • 6:30AM – 7:30AM – Ardas
  • 6:30AM – 7:30AM – Hukamnama
  • 6:30AM – 7:30AM – Parshad
  • 6:00PM – 6:30PM – Rehras
  • 6:30PM – 7:15PM – Kirtan
  • 7:15PM – 7:45PM – Gurbani Vichar
  • 6:45PM – 8:00PM – Hukamnama
  • 6:45PM – 8:00PM – Sukhasan
  • 11:00AM – 1:00PM – Kirtan
  • 11:00AM – 1:00PM – Ardas
  • 11:00AM – 1:00PM – Hukamnama
  • 11:00AM – 1:00PM – Parshad
  • 11:00AM – 1:00PM – Guru Ka Langar