The sikh community had been wishing for long time to have a Gurudwara in Madrid. It was a challenge for the small Sikh community, which consists of only a dozen of families, to take the initiative and persuade other Indians to contribute funds to start the Gurudwara. Finally, the Gurudwara was opened in Madrid on 8th of August 2008. The Gurudwara is little bit small but it is buzz with activity of daily prayers on all days and community meals called langars , every Sunday attracting large numbers of sikh Devotees.
The locality here consists of a mix of people from several nationalities typically Asians (mostly Bangladeshis), Africans and Chinese apart from Spanish nationals.
The Gurdwara Sahib comprises of a modest but functional two-storey building. The ground floor includes the Guru Ka Langar hall and kitchen and accommodation facilities for the Granthi and Sewadar. The first floor comprises of the Darbar Sahib that is the most unique feature of our Gurudwara.