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Akhand Jaap - Prayer For Peace By Sikh Youth PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 November 2007

Akhand Jaap - Prayer For Peace By Sikh Youth

Leeds Roundhay Park Sikh Event

Prayer For Peace

 Akhand Jaap
British Sikh youth have been conducting events known as Akhand Jaap (continuous recitation) since September 11th 2001. These events have previously taken place on ten occasions around the UK, hosted by Gurdwaras in Essex, London, Middlesex, Yorkshire and West Midlands.

At the Akhand Jaap the word Waheguru (Wonderful Lord) is sung continuously for up to 24 hours. The congregation is led by various groups of 'Kirtanias' from around the UK and abroad. In singing this 'Gur Mantar', even small children can join in and feel the power of congregational prayer. This youth initiative attempts to create an atmosphere in which every participating soul can benefit.

On the 13th October 2007 Sikh youth from all around the United Kingdom will come together at the Sikh Religious Educational & Interfaith Event to pray for peace.

Please support this youth endeavour, let's pray for peace together!



National Youth Peace Prayer
Akhand Jaap:


Date: Saturday 13th October 2007
Time: 7am to 11am (4 Hrs)
Contact: Davinder Singh
Phone: 07958 175 880
e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Web: www.sikhkids.com



Some excerpts from previous Akhand Jaap Events:

'Really impressed with the efforts of Sikh Youth!'
Linda Perham MP

'Wonderful Idea, young people involved
in prayer for world peace!’

Dr Dev Sharma, Mayor of Redbridge

'Commendable effort of the Sikh youth, with Satguru's grace. It needs to be positively supported.'
Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh
Last Updated ( Friday, 29 July 2011 )
 
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