Welcome to the website of the Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara in Bradford. The Gurdwara (meaning the House of God) is the Sikh place of worship. It is both a spiritual place of worship and a cultural learning centre for the young and old. When it was opened, Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara was the first Gurdwara in Bradford.
The Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara is open to everyone because in Sikhism everyone is equal. This equality is shown by everyone sitting down together on the carpeted floor in the Diwan hall. When coming to the Gurdwara, please bear this in mind when deciding on what to wear. Additionally, everyone is required to take off their shoes before entering the Gurdwara and keep their heads covered at all times whilst in the Gurdwara. We’ve listed these rules along with more information about the Gurdwara.
IMPORTANT: Please note the Gurdwara is closed until further notice. This is on the advice of the Sikh Council UK and the Government’s directions to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus 🙏🏽. Please stay safe and follow the guidelines given in the latest news section.
These are some of the services and activities provided by the Gurdwara:
- Religious Services
- Keep fit classes
- Elderly Day Centre
- Music and Kirtan Classes
- Punjabi School
- Matrimonial Service
- Passport Surgery
- Police Surgery / Drop in Service
As well as describing the various services and activities provided by the gurdwara, we’ve also included description of various features of the Gurdwara along with a brief introduction to Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and what you will see during a Sikh marriage.
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