Denver Sikh Gurudwara is a sikh place of worship, As per Sikh philosophy Gurudwara is open to people from all faiths and beliefs. Denver Sikh Gurudwara is hosted at very center of Denver and serves Entire Greater Denver Area.
Currently congregation is held every sunday from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Every week hymns from Guru Granth Sahib are sung and explained in traditional Sikh music by experts, followed by langar(Punjabi dinner) at the conclusion that is prepared by our volunteer families.
Please honor us with your presence at this wonderful celebration with your friends and families.
Everybody is welcome to join services and langar(Sikh community kitchen).
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Sikhs are adherents of the monotheistic religion known as Sikhism. There are about 30 million Sikhs, most of them living in the North Indian state of Punjab. A 15th century saint Guru Nanak (1469-1539) is founder of Sikhism.
Sikhs are an enterprising people who have migrated in large numbers from India to Canada, USA, UK, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. In the early years of the 20th century, many Sikhs migrated to the U.S., where they settled down as farmers in the central valley of California. Sikhs are also a martial race and large numbers have served with honor in the Indian army.
The word 'Sikh' means disciple in Punjabi, the language spoken by the Sikhs.
The holy book of the Sikhs is known as Guru Granth Sahib.
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- Sikh men and women cover their heads at all times as an expression of respect to their Gurus.
- The Sikh turban symbolizes discipline, integrity, humility, and spirituality. The turban is a mandatory part of Sikh faith, not a social custom, or a hat that can be easily taken on or off.
- The universal symbol of Sikhism is the khanda, the double-edged sword flanked by two daggers (representing worldly and spiritual powers, bound by the oneness of God).
- The traditional greeting used by Sikhs is "Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh" which means "The Khalsa belongs to God, Victory belongs to God". Another traditional greeting is "Sat Sri Akal" which means "Immortal God is Truth".
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