🙏 Everyone is Welcome to Visit the Sikh Gurdwara irrespective of Race, Caste, Creed, Nationality, Gender, or Religion.

📌 Important Guidelines while Visiting a Sikh Gurdwara (Sikh Spiritual Center):

☀️ COVER YOUR HEAD: Before entering the Gurdwara Saheb, you are required to cover your heads as a sign of respect. Gurdwara provides washed scarves or head-coverings at the main entrance. You can also bring your own head coverings.

☀️ REMOVE YOUR SHOES: It is customary to remove your shoes before entering the Gurdwara. There is a designated shoe-rack for this purpose as soon as you enter the premises.

☀️ DRESS MODESTLY: You may wear modest & traditional clothing (Kurta Pajama / Kameez Salwar) as a sign of humility & respect for a place of worship.
✅ Full length pants or genes & full or half-sleeve shirts / t-shirts are fine;
❌ Caps, Hats, Beanies, Hoodies, Shorts (like knickers for both Men & Women) or Skirts (miniskirts) etc. are considered disrespectful and are NOT allowed;
🔴 Avoid wearing revealing or provocative outfits;

☀️ CLEANLINESS: We all know the importance of cleanliness, so it is essential to wash your hands before entering the main divaan (prayer) hall. You will find washing facilities or hand sanitizers inside the main entrance.

☀️ OBSERVE SILENCE: Once inside the Gurdwara saheb, maintain a quiet and respectful atmosphere. Avoid talking loudly or engaging in unnecessary conversations.
🔴 Talking or whispering is not allowed inside the Divaan Hall;
🔴 Switch mobile phones to vibrate, mute, airplane mode, or turn-off completely;

☀️ BOW BEFORE SRI GURU GRANTH SAHEB JI: The focal point in the Gurdwara is the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the eternal Sikh Guru. When entering the main divaan (prayer) hall, bow before the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as a mark of reverence.

☀️ LISTEN TO KEERTAN & ARDAAS: Sikhs engage in devotional singing called Keertan, which involves singing of the gurbani (hymns) from Sri Guru Granth Saheb ji and prayers. Sit quietly and respectfully to listen to the Keertan. Additionally, during the Ardas (prayer), stand up and join in by folding your hands;

☀️ LANGAR (COMMUNITY KITCHEN): After the prayer service, Gurdwaras offers Langar, a community meal usually sponsored by one sevadaar family every Sunday. Partake Langar as a way to experiencing Sikh hospitality and equality. Remember to sit on the floor, cross-legged, and eat in the designated Langar hall area.
✅ Chairs & tables are provided only for the elderly & the disabled persons;
✅ Before partaking langar, you can serve the langar to the congregation to share the responsibilities;

☀️ RESPECT RELIGIOUS PRACTICES & CUSTOMS: Be respectful of Sikh religious practices and customs. Avoid touching the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji or any religious items unless instructed to do so. If you have any questions or are unsure about something, feel free to ask a Gurdwara sevadaar or a Sikh congregant for guidance.

❌ ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & MEAT are strictly prohibited within the premises of the Gurdwara anytime.
🔴  Smoking, drinking or any drug is strictly prohibited in the Gurudwara premises (including the parking area). Visitors under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to enter. Liquor, Cigarettes, or other tobacco products should not be taken inside, even if they are in pockets or carry bags.
🔴 Do not chew gum inside premises or similar items;

🙏 Everyone is Welcome to Visit the Sikh Gurdwara irrespective of Race, Caste, Creed, Nationality, Gender, or Religion.

📌 Important Guidelines while Visiting a Sikh Gurdwara (Sikh Spiritual Center):

☀️ COVER YOUR HEAD: Before entering the Gurdwara Saheb, you are required to cover your heads as a sign of respect. Gurdwara provides washed scarves or head-coverings at the main entrance. You can also bring your own head coverings.

☀️ REMOVE YOUR SHOES: It is customary to remove your shoes before entering the Gurdwara. There is a designated shoe-rack for this purpose as soon as you enter the premises.

☀️ DRESS MODESTLY: You may wear modest & traditional clothing (Kurta Pajama / Kameez Salwar) as a sign of humility & respect for a place of worship.
✅ Full length pants or genes & full or half-sleeve shirts / t-shirts are fine;
❌ Caps, Hats, Beanies, Hoodies, Shorts (like knickers for both Men & Women) or Skirts (miniskirts) etc. are considered disrespectful and are NOT allowed;
🔴 Avoid wearing revealing or provocative outfits;

☀️ CLEANLINESS: We all know the importance of cleanliness, so it is essential to wash your hands before entering the main divaan (prayer) hall. You will find washing facilities or hand sanitizers inside the main entrance.

☀️ OBSERVE SILENCE: Once inside the Gurdwara saheb, maintain a quiet and respectful atmosphere. Avoid talking loudly or engaging in unnecessary conversations.
🔴 Talking or whispering is not allowed inside the Divaan Hall;
🔴 Switch mobile phones to vibrate, mute, airplane mode, or turn-off completely;

☀️ BOW BEFORE SRI GURU GRANTH SAHEB JI: The focal point in the Gurdwara is the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the eternal Sikh Guru. When entering the main divaan (prayer) hall, bow before the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as a mark of reverence.

☀️ LISTEN TO KEERTAN & ARDAAS: Sikhs engage in devotional singing called Keertan, which involves singing of the gurbani (hymns) from Sri Guru Granth Saheb ji and prayers. Sit quietly and respectfully to listen to the Keertan. Additionally, during the Ardas (prayer), stand up and join in by folding your hands;

☀️ LANGAR (COMMUNITY KITCHEN): After the prayer service, Gurdwaras offers Langar, a community meal usually sponsored by one sevadaar family every Sunday. Partake Langar as a way to experiencing Sikh hospitality and equality. Remember to sit on the floor, cross-legged, and eat in the designated Langar hall area.
✅ Chairs & tables are provided only for the elderly & the disabled persons;
✅ Before partaking langar, you can serve the langar to the congregation to share the responsibilities;

☀️ RESPECT RELIGIOUS PRACTICES & CUSTOMS: Be respectful of Sikh religious practices and customs. Avoid touching the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji or any religious items unless instructed to do so. If you have any questions or are unsure about something, feel free to ask a Gurdwara sevadaar or a Sikh congregant for guidance.

❌ ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & MEAT are strictly prohibited within the premises of the Gurdwara anytime.
🔴  Smoking, drinking or any drug is strictly prohibited in the Gurudwara premises (including the parking area). Visitors under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to enter. Liquor, Cigarettes, or other tobacco products should not be taken inside, even if they are in pockets or carry bags.
🔴 Do not chew gum inside premises or similar items;

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