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5th Gurmat Chetna Camp concludes

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Jamshedpur, Oct 15: The Sikh youths of steel city Jamshedpur comprising boys and girls had wonderful time during this Durga Puja holidays.

Altogether 145 Sikh youths of the city learnt valuable religious lessons at the 5th Gurmat Chetna Camp (holy classes). The four-day camp concluded at Khalsa club here on Sunday.

The renowned Sikh religious organization Dharam Prachar Committee (DPC), Jamshedpur in association with Bistupur Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (BGPC) provided platform to Sikh youth for the refinement of religious knowledge.

Apart from religious activities, campers also showcased their extra-curricular abilities. They written, prepared their own to displayed short plays on various burning issues of the society like foeticide, superstitions and others.

While one gibe play on Nirmal Baba won all appreciations of audience. Apart from this, ramp walk prepared by Mandeep Singh Khalsa and Avineet Kaur for the campers won spotlight.

Participants wearing religious outfits dazzled the ramp with their sparkling performance. A quiz competition was also organised wherein team Bhai Sahib Singh declared winner while special show of the evening spectacular “Gatka” (Sikh Martial art) display set audience freeze on their chair.

The president, Bistupur Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (BGPC), Gurcharan Singh Bhogal said, “Dharam Prachar Committee is doing outstanding efforts in term of promotion of religion so that BGPC offers them every possible support and help”.

The preachers from Gurmat Gyan Missionary Collage, Ludhiana, Hartaaz Singh and Malkit Singh while local preachers Shamsher Singh and Gurpratap Singh were felicitated on the occasion.

Closing function compared by Bibi Manpreet Kaur.

The active member of committee, Jaswant Singh ‘Jassu’ informed that, however four-day camp focused on religious programmes but this time it was in different clever and flavour.

However this would be 5th edition but very first time participants were apprised about Sikh culture, history and heritage. Besides that aspirants also taught about continental food cooking, daily routine household activities while one slideshow also projected on family disputes and its remedies.

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