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New Pics added to GNG Flickr account – Gurmat Quiz 2011

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Saadh Sangat Ji,


Bhai Harpal Singh organised a Gurmat Quiz during the Christmas holidays which also coincided with the "learn punjabi in two weeks" course. The Course attracted over 100 students of all ages, the gurmat quiz saw over 50 children particpate – which is a huge success.


We have uploaded the pictures from the day onto the GNG flickr account, please feel free to view these by clicking here.

Bhai Harpaul Singh – Lecture 5 Friday 30/12/11 @GNG – Khalsa

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Saadh Sangat Ji,

Please find below the final lecture by Bhai Harpaul Singh, which was on the topic of Khalsa.

 Click here to Download MP3.

Bhai Harpaul Singh – Lecture 1 Monday 26/12/11 @GNG – The Mind

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh


Saadh Sangat ji,


As most of you are aware Bhai Harpaul Singh is currently at the Gurdwara Sahib teaching Gurmukhi and Gurbani to the sangat. Alongside this, each evening Bhai sahib is also doing lectures on Gurmat. Please find below the first lecture from this week. The first lecture is about the mind:

1) What is the mind?
2) How we can control it?
3) What can we gain from controlling it.



New Audio Added – Bhai Harpaul Singh (Baru Sahib) – Importance Of Learning Gurmukhi – at GNG 18/12/11

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh,


Bhai Harpaul Singh from the Akal Academy at Baru Sahib, has been doing a tremendous amount of seva throughout the world by teaching Gurmukhi  and Gurbani Santhiya. It is vital that in order to communicate with our Guru we must learn to read, speak, write and understand the script that has been gifted to us by Guru Ji. Only then will we truly be able to appreciate the Jewels contained within Gurbani.

Bhai Sahib is currently teaching the intensive 15 day course at GNG, he is teaching both Panjabi for beginners and also Gurbani Santhiya. Please take out half an hour a day and take advantage of these classes. For more info please call:

Bhai Harpaul Singh – 07466858541
Bibi Mohinder Kaur – 07855261115

Below is the audio recording where Bhai Hapaul Singh Ji explains the importance of learning  Gurmukhi.



Bhai Harpal Singh (Kalgidhar Trust – Baru Sahib) Viakhia of Japji Sahib Audio

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh,

Saadh Sangat Ji, As many of you may be aware there were a series of short courses held at the Gurdwara recently, where the aim was to teach Punjabi, Gurbani, and Kirtan to the Sangat. Bhai Harpal Singh Ji carried out this seva for two weeks, where he was seen teaching upto 107 students per day from 6am to 9pm every day. On the final day Sunday 17th October,  Bhai Sahib gave a short lecture on Japji Sahib and its meaning to the whole sangat in the divaan.

We have added the audio below, CDs are also available from the library. Please visit the library to obtain a copy:

October 2010 at GNG

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ

Guru piareo, please make note of the following programs taking place over the next few weeks at:


Gurdwara Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Wakefield Rd, Bradford, BD4 7DS

Sunday 3rdOct

Mon 4th – Sun 17th

Friday 8th Oct

Sunday 10th Oct

Sunday Divan

Panjabi in 14 Days


Special Sunday Divaan

“Tuning Your Mind…”

An inspirational Sikhi talk in English 

Learn Panjabi from scratch with this Crash Course by The Kagidhar Trust

Panjabi in 14 Days at GNG

The Sikh Channel will be filming this talk show. Please attend and benefit from the discussions


Gursikhs UK-wide are joining us for Sangat- roop Kirtan.


Seva by

11.15am – 12.30pm

See Poster


6am – 12pm

Tuesday 12th Oct

Friday 22nd Oct

Tue, Sat, Sun

Every Friday

The Yorkshire Hub

Bhai Harjinder Singh SriNagar Vale

Every week

Learn Gatka

Another chance to participate in the discussion of Gurbani Shabads – helping relate Guru’s message to our lives today


Will be present for keertan seva


Bhai Surjit Singh

Will be sharing Guru’s message through inspirational discussion during divans


Tue & Sat Evenings

6.30pm – 7.30pm



7pm – 8.30pm

inc Sunday Divans

7pm – 9pm