Gurdwara Singh Sabha I 10 Grant Street I Bradford I West Yorkshire I BD3 9HD I 01274 743728

 Activities and Classes  

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A fun educational class held at the Gurdwara every Sunday at 12pm - 12.30pm. Ranging from all Gurmat topics from the very basics to more in depth with presentations, stories, games, sweets and quizes to make it all the more fun and interactiveClick the title to view the Presentation Slides. 

Khalsa Panjabi School at Gurdwara Singh Sabha holds classes every Saturday 5pm - 6.30pm and Sundays from 10:30am - 12:30pm. GCSE and A-Level curriculum on Saturdays and GCSE curriculum on Sundays for 5 - 16 year age groups. Panjabi is the language of Panjab and our mother tongue and is written in Gurmukhi Script.  

Yoga focusing on bringing the various systems of the body (including the respiratory, circulatory, glandular, digestion and nervous systems) into alignment. Through the use of physical exercise, breathing techniques, mind focus and Naad, Kundalini Yoga and Meditation works on restoring mind and body balance. Benefits include: improved fitness and stamina; increased flexibility; reduction in stress levels; heightened awareness and mental focus.  

Vaja and Tabla classes are taught Fridays from 6pm to 8pm. Keertan is singing the Praises of God using the instrument, Vaja so to make a tune (raag) with Shabad. Singing Praises of God gives enormous spiritual benefit to the sangat by bringing us closer to God by blessing us with God's qualities. Keertan was started by Guru Nanak Dev Jee and was strengthened by his successors, particularly Guru Arjun Dev Jee at Amritsar.

Gatka Classes are held every Wednesday at 6:00pm - 7.30pm by Jaskirath-Gyaan Singh, from Leeds. Gatka is a Sikh Weapon-based Martial Art used to defend the weak and helpless. After Guru Arjun Dev Jee's Shaheedi it was just and righteous to raise the sword at the time of suppression against the Mughal rule. Baba Buddha Jee taught Guru Hargobind Sahib Jee Shastar Vidya which was then developed by Guru Gobind Singh Ji.                                              

Gurbani Santhiya classes are taught Saturdays 3:00 to 4:00pm and Sundays from 10:30am to 12:00pm at Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Bradford. If you want to experience the full effect of gurbani then these classes are a must to help you read gurmukhi correctly and assist in understanding the gurus word. Reading gurbani is a vital component in the life of any Sikh, therefore it is important to learn how to pronounce and read gurbani correctly.                                                       

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