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Gurdwara Singh Sabha
 

Gurdwara Singh Sabha, situated in Kamptee road, 3kms north of Nagpur is the oldest Gurudwara of the city. It is a magnificent marble-clad structure which is about 12000 sq.ft. of langer asthan in the basement with most modern and hygenic kitchen. The main DIWAN asthan is of about 14000 sq. ft. with an height of about 30 ft fully marbled and good acoustic system. The grand door of the Gurudwara is 30ft in height. Apart from 15 rooms for visitors, the upper story of the Gurudwara also provide provision for living for Granthis and Sewadars. 

There is a history behind the existence of Gurdwara Singh Sabha. The original structure of the Gurudwara was built during 1915 by Sardar Budh Singh, a pious religious person settle at Nagpur in the year 1885. In the 1927, when some Sikh families migrate from Punjab and settle down in Nagpur, they constructed another Gurudwara in the 'Punjabi Line' area under the leadership of Nirmal Tejsingh Ji, who was a Railway Engineer. Around 1948 both the Gurudwara were brought under a common management and in the year 1998it was renovated and expanded to become what it is today, by the name of 'Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha'.

The daily rituals of Gurdwara Singh Sabha started at 4 am. Main rituals held here are Prakash Sri Guru Granth Sahib and Mukhwak from 4 am to 4.30 am; Nitnem (4.30-6.00 am); Kirtan Asa-di-war, Ardas (7.00 to 7.30 am); Kirtan (8.30-10.30 am, 6.00 pm to 6.45pm, 8.00 to 9.00 pm) ; Path Sri Sukhmani Sahib and Gurbani Katha (3.00 to 4.30pm); Path Rahras (6.45 - 7.00 pm); Gurbani Katha and History (7.15 to 8.00pm). The rituals ends with Ardas and Samapti followed by distribution of prasad to devotees.


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