Message from the Giani Kulwinder Singh Ji (Translated)
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
Because of our thirst for knowledge, the human species is a distinct creation of Mother Nature. When this thirst for knowledge encounters Gurmat (the wisdom of the Gurus), then we obtain the best of both, spiritual and worldly matters. In these individualistic countries, economic issues are not the only problem. A bigger problem is preserving our religious and cultural beliefs, as well as representing our faith on an international level; Khalsa School has been fulfilling its role by representing the Sikh faith for the past 3 decades.
Khalsa School’s main goal is to provide its children with not only academic learning, but also providing them with the knowledge of Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
The religious department works tirelessly to ensure that the students of Khalsa School learn about their cultural and religious beliefs, as well as their mother tongue. In addition, Akaal Fetival, Kirtan and Tabla Compeitions, Turban tying competition, and several other programs were organized.
Every sessions starts off with Sri Akhand Paath Sahib, for which the seva is mostly done by the students. We also celebrate Gurupurabs every month by organizing kirtan, religious poetry, dhadhi varaan, and several other ways – all of this is done by the students – encouraging them and their peers to learn more about their faith. With the grace of the Gurus, we also organize Amrit Sanchaar every month.
Knowing that there are several vices such as addiction, it is important to give the students strong values to keep them away from the wrong company; therefore, avoiding such vices. Khalsa School’s religious department does everything in its power to ensure that students do not indulge in such vices.
It is also important to point out that the sangat plays a huge part in Khalsa School’s achievements and mission. Khalsa School’s religious department requests the Sikh Sangat to get their children to register for Khalsa School, and by doing so help the Sikh community to grow further.
Head of Gurmat Department
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