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Gurmat Camp Held in Fiji Islands


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    GURMAT CAMP 2008 was held at Tagi Tagi Gurudwara Saheb, Tavua, Fiji Islands, from 7th. to 12th. January, 2008. It was organized by S. Dalabar Singh on behalf of the Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee. Gyani Gubachan Singh, Gyani Manmohan Singh and Bhai Harbhajan Singh along with S. Dalabar Singh presented the entire program.

    There were 27 participants, both girls and boys, aged from 8 to 19 years. The schedule was from 5 am to 8 pm each day. The program included: Nitnem, Gurbani recital and explanations, Gurmukhi Teaching, Guru Itihaas, Sikh History, Rehat Maryada, Kirtan and Music, Sikh Discipline, Sports and Kaar Sewa etc.

    All participants were very eager to know about Sikhism. Write-up details were handed out and Power Point presentation covered many aspects of Sikh faith, Gurbani, Sikh History and Prominence of Sikhs around the world.

    This Gurmat Camp was the first ever organized in Fiji. We intend to follow up with such camps in all School Holidays.

    Sikhs in Fiji are prosperous Sugar-cane Farmers, Businessmen, Transporters, and Educationists and are actively involved in the service of the Nation.

    There are 5 Gurudwaras, and Gurpurbs are all celebrated as usual.

    Guru Ka Dass

    S. Dalabar Singh
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