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350th Guru Gobind Singh Prakashotsav celebration begins today with Gatka and Kirtan

Written by Pallavi Parmar

On 350th festival of the Tenth Guru Gobind Singh, the city has organised grand kirtan. The celebration of the town kirtan of the tenth Guru Gobind Singh was started from 11 am on Thursday from Gurudwara Tenth Patshahi located at Suratgarhia Bazar. It was organised under the leadership of Panj Pyare who welcomed devotees for the town kirtan and distributed prasad. It was the grand celebration with a magnificent palace of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. It has begun with the city of Kirtan Sujhan Singh Park, Gurudwara Hemnagar, Gurduwara Geeta Bhawan Chowk, Subhash Chowk, Gurudwara Model Town.

The Nagar Kirtan was celebrated at many places on the roads across the town to mark the 350th birth anniversary of Tenth Guru. On the occasion of the Nagar Kirtan, Sardar Hardeep Singh, Principal Sardar Gurudwara, Secretary Surendra Singh, Vice President Kuldeep Singh, Jagmohan Brar, Jaswant Singh. Thousands of devotees mark their presence in the Kirtan. The city hot into a whirlwind from Nihal and all the devotees kept chanting Guru Wahey Guru during the Kirtan. The Kirtan has also presented astonishing exploiters on the side of Singh Akhara. Also, the nine-year-old children have surprised people by performing Gatka.

On the festival of Prakashotsav, the great accompaniment was taken out of the great town of Kirtan from Gayaghat and Gurudwara. In the Shobha Yatra of thousands of pilgrims is comprised of band pay, kirtan boards, school children, fluttering sculpture with the artists with Guru Granth Sahib sedan. The town which marked Shobha Yatra is Bhadraghat, Belverganj, West Door, Khajyalan and at last, reached the square. The devotees came from the different regions for the celebration of 350th Prakashotsava. The devotees were also served with the tea, sweets and biscuits during the Prakashotsav. Guruji’s palanquin was admitted to Takht Sahib under the leadership of Panch Pyaree.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.

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