To preach the Sikh faith, the Parkash of Guru Granth Sahibji was performed at Sardar Gopal Singhji's residence. In 1929, The Sikh Community in Arusha leased a plot of size 100ft x 50ft and erected a small building which was named Gurdwara Bazaar Arusha. On 22/11/1961 the foundation stone was laid by Sardar Milkha Singh Bassan. By the efforts of the Arusha Sangat the Building was completed within one year. The opening ceremony of the New Sikh Temple Building was performed on 11/11/1962 on Sri Guru Nanak Devji's Birthday. ï¿½ Mukh Sewadar:ï¿½ Kawal Singh Cell no : Off: +255 250 3529 / 3501376 / +255 754 260837 ï¿½E mail: ï¿½[email protected] ï¿½Secretary: ï¿½ Nirpal Singh ï¿½ ï¿½ ï¿½ ï¿½ï¿½ ï¿½Cell no : +255 715367777 Additional contacts: Arvinder Singhï¿½ Cell: +254 754 288810 Email: ï¿½[email protected] ï¿½Harbinder Singh ï¿½Mob: +255 754 271077 ï¿½E mail: ï¿½[email protected] / ï¿½[email protected]
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