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Sikhi programmes and clubs in Birmingham, UK (18+)


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Just wandering if there were any programmes/clubs (kirtan etc), were young singhs/kaurs attend (18+).

Really trying to get into sikhi and feel i should start being around the wright sort of people.

Clubbing, getting p*ssed all the time and generally being a w****r i've had enough of.

All this in mind i cannot get enough of GURBANI.

Please help plp.

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Going to Khalsa Camp or Sikhi Camp (London) would probably be a good start. Khalsa Camp I would say is aimed more at those who have discovered Sikhi, have a passion for it, want to learn more and want sangat - with the likes of Tapoban Singh speakers.

Sikhi Camp is a more modern/fun approach aimed at actually attracting people into Sikhi (apologies for the over-simplified descriptions - I am trying to stay neutral) with the likes of 3HO speakers etc.

http://www.khalsacamp.com/uk/

http://www.sikhicamp.org/

Other than that you could start one of many Kirtan classes in the West Midlands, ask around at your Gurdwarai for anyone who teaches santhia (Taksali Singh etc).

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Going to Khalsa Camp or Sikhi Camp (London) would probably be a good start. Khalsa Camp I would say is aimed more at those who have discovered Sikhi, have a passion for it, want to learn more and want sangat - with the likes of Tapoban Singh speakers.

Sikhi Camp is a more modern/fun approach aimed at actually attracting people into Sikhi (apologies for the over-simplified descriptions - I am trying to stay neutral) with the likes of 3HO speakers etc.

http://www.khalsacamp.com/uk/

http://www.sikhicamp.org/

Other than that you could start one of many Kirtan classes in the West Midlands, ask around at your Gurdwarai for anyone who teaches santhia (Taksali Singh etc).

You've confused Sikhi Camp with Sikh Student Camp

www.sikhstudent.org

Speakers from last year include Bhai Tirath Singh Nirmala author of Bhavrasamrit and Amandeep Madra co-author of Siques, Tigers, or Thieves and Warrior Saints.

Highly recommended.

There is a weekly youth kirtan in Sparkhill

Guru Nanak Gurdwara (just off Stratford Road)

24 Showell Green Lane

Sparkhill

Birmingham

B11 4JP

Wednesdays

6.30pm - 9pm

A gurbani vichaar katha in English is also held on Wednesdays, where they go through the translations of Jap Ji Sahib

Gurdwara Amrit Parchar Dharmik Diwan

65 Birmingham Road

Oldbury

West Midlands

B69 4EH

6.30 - 7.30pm

Every Friday evening a few Sikh youth get together to do Rehraas Sahib, then go through the translation of one shabad each week or have a discussion on a particular topic.

Further details on the FaceBook group: http://www.facebook.com/inbox/#/group.php?gid=8345143223

or pm me

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