– SGPC to launch ‘Dharam Prachaar Lehar’ from Takht Sri Damdama Sahib on July 1

Sikh24 Editors

Talwandi Sabo-Panjab-India, 19 June 2017. The Apex Sikh body Shromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee is going to launch a ‘Dharam Prachaar Lehar’ from Takht Sri Damdama Sahib on July 1.

SGPC general secretary Amarjit Singh Chawla held a meeting with SGPC appointed Jathedar of Takht Sri Damdama Sahib Giani Harpreet Singh and other SGPC members in this concern. The meeting attendees deliberated upon the preparations for the ‘Dharam Prachaar Lehar’.

Interacting with media on this occasion, SGPC general Secretary Amarjit Singh Chawla informed that the SGPC president Professor Kirpal Singh Badungar and other renowned Sikh preachers will also take part in the ‘Dharam Prachaar Lehar’.

He further informed that an Akhand Path Sahib in this regard will be commenced at Takht Sri Damdama Sahib on June 29 and will be culminated on July 1.

“Our main goal is to start a grassroots movement to re-ignite Sikhi spirit throughout Punjab. We want to touch each and every Punjabi Sikh and bring them into Sikhi fold,” he told Sikh24.

Chawla asked upon Sikh organizations to provide assistance to the movement to make it successful. “We will be providing more details about the Lehar in the coming days,” he said.

Baba Buta Singh (Vice-President of SGPC), Bhai Mohan Singh Bangi (SGPC member), Bhai Amrik Singh Kot Shamir (SGPC member), Bhai Gurpreet Singh Jhabbar (SGPC member), Bhai Navtej Singh Kaoni (SGPC member), Bhai Paramjit Singh Khalsa (SGPC member), Bhai Jagjit Singh (Manager of Takht Sri Damdama Sahib), Bhai Jagtar Singh (Head Granthi, Takht Sri Damdama Sahib), Bhai Charanjit Singh, Bhai Kulwinder Singh, Bhai Surinder Singh Mander etc. prominent among the meeting attendees.


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