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Fremont Gurdwara Sahib (San Francisco Bay Area) APK

Fremont Gurdwara Sahib One of the oldest Gurdwara in San Francisco Bay Area

Version1.0.1 (0)
UpdatedSep 30, 2018 (2 years ago)
DeveloperAndroid Lite App
CategoryApps, Social
IDlite.fremontgurdwara.org
Installs100+

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Address:
300 Gurdwara Road
Fremont, USA

Phone:
(510) 790-0177

E-Mail:
fremontgs.it@gmail.com


About Fremont Gurdwara Sahib (Bay Area) http://www.fremontgurdwara.org

Brief History of Fremont Gurdwara
Fremont Gurdwara Sahib is a 501(c) (3) tax exempt nonprofit organization, located in the city of Fremont in Nortern California, USA. It was established in 1978 and is one of the most prominent and influential Sikh Gurdwaras in the world outside India. The Gurdwara sahib is open 7 days a week and holds daily programs for local Sikhs and visitors to pray and seek blessings. It has more than 9000 registered members.

Since its establishment, Fremont Gurdwara has been consistently involved in providing help and sharing (Vand Chakna) with the needy and homeless people around the world, especially during disasters. During Katrina, the Tsunami in Thailand, and the earthquake in South Asia, Fremont Gurdwara donated thousands of dollars, food, clothes, blankets and items to keep up personal hygiene.

Visiting Gurdwara
If one wishes to visit a Gurdwara some protocol must be observed. Consumption of tobacco, liquor or narcotics is strictly forbidden to Sikhs and definitely not allowed on the Gurdwara premises. Before entering the hall, people take off their shoes, wash their hands, covers their head and think of the Guru. Non-Sikhs too must cover their head with a handkerchief or scarf. Upon entering the hall, where Guru Granth Sahib is kept, they walk slowly, bow humbly and touch their forehead to the ground, out of respect and love for the Guru. As people bow, and place their offering respectfully before the Guru, it may be money, flowers, or words of thanks. Any sincere expression of gratitude is equally acceptable to the Guru. After bowing and offering, one should sit down in the Sangat (congregation) quietly without disturbing others. Usually men sit on one side and women on the other, in a cross-legged position. Talking or whispering is not allowed.

The usual service in the Gurdwara consists of Kirtan, the singing of the holy hymns; Katha, the reading of the hymns followed by their explanation; singing of 6 verses of Anand Sahib, Ardas, prayer, and Vak or Hukam, random reading of one hymn from Guru Granth Sahib. This is the Guru’s message or ‘Order’ of the day to the Sangat. Upon completion of the Hukam, Karah Parshad is distributed. Then Langar, food from the Guru’s kitchen, is served.

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