Gurdwara, pronounced ‘Gur-Dwa- raa’ means the ‘Guru’s Door’ or ‘through the Guru’. Sikhs comes here to learn how to live a spiritual and moral life and earn Guru’s blessings. Gurudwara Almere today provide a huge range of services, to find out more visit the pages
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Gurdwara (the door or the gateway to the Guru) is the name given to the Sikh’s place of worship, commonly addressed as Sikh temple in the western world. The Sikh scriptures are recited or sung and sermons are delivered. Guru Granth Sahib is placed on high palanquin under a canopy in the middle of one end of the hall. As well as sermons and the singing of the scriptures, the con­gregation is expected to participate in the ceremonies of birth, baptism, marriage, death and celebration of festivals. The Gurdwara is a place for acquiring a spiritual knowledge and wisdom. It is open to every one regardless of age, sex, caste, or creed. Here all men, women and children are treated as equal. It offers shelter and food to any one in need. It provides care for the sick, elderly and handicapped. It is also a centre for promoting culture and health. Moral education as well as knowledge of the religion and history is often taught to children in the Sikh temple. The Gurdwara plays a socio-economic role in the Sikh community.


If one wishes to visit a Gurdwara Almere some protocols must be observed. Consumption of tobacco, liquor or narcotics is strictly forbidden to Sikhs and NOT allowed on the Gurdwara premises. Before entering the Gurudwara Almere hall, people take off their shoes, wash their hands, cover their head and think of the Guru. Non-Sikhs too must cover their head with a handkerchief or scarf. Upon entering the Darbar hall, they walk calmly towards the palanquin of the Guru Granth Sahib, bow humbly and touch their forehead to the ground in respect and love for the Guru. As people bow before the Guru, they can give offerings such as money, flowers or words of thanks.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

The pattern of congregational worship can be divided into two categories: Katha, the reading of the holy hymns followed by their explanation, and Kirtan, the singing of the hymns. Attached to every Gurdwara is a free kitchen where the food, Langar, is prepared and served. The community attempts to establish better relations and under­standing between the Sikhs and other communities through occasional visits by them to a Gurdwara. Such visits are necessary not only to satisfy the curiosity of others but also to help them understand better the Sikh religion, customs and culture. A Gurdwara can be identified from a distance by observing the Nishan Sahib, the Sikh flag, which can be seen clearly by its bright orange colours.


Gurdwara Sikh Sangat Sahib Brongouw 57 1352 EG, Almere Haven



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