Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Sikh youths to learn turban tying art; women to attend spiritual classes

Himalayan Paths

Jamshedpur: A golden opportunity awaits Sikh youths who do not know how to tie ceremonial turban which is symbolic of their community.

Jamshedpur unit of Dharam Prachar Committee (DPC) in association with Sakchi Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) is all prepared to provide free of cost turban tying classes for such youths.

One such training session was organized at Sakchi Gurudwara on Sunday. Active member of DPC, Jaswant Singh ‘Jassu” said, “The committee has decided to organize special classes for Sikh youth to rouse turban love among them. They have already had one session on last Sunday and got overwhelming response. Its first session is over.

The training will continue for several days. “We will have one-hour session from 10 am to 11 am every Sunday because this may be convenient time for everyone. During the classes we will teach various ways of tying the turban,” said Jassu. All the mentors are from DPC.

They include Sukhwant Singh, Jaswant Singh, Jagjot Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Jaspreet Singh and Gurvinder Singh. They will be taught styles like Patialashahi, Morni, Nikku style and art of dummlla tying.

Sukhwant Singh Sukhhu informed that at the same time committee will also organise Gurmat Gyan (Divine knowledge) classes for housewives and girls simultaneously. The purpose is to promote Gurmat gyan among the Sikh women so that they may teach their kids at home.

Sikh intellectual Bibi Manpreet Kaur will take the session of women. president of Sackhi Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) appreciated DPC members for taking up such initiatives to create positive vibes. He urged all Sikh youths and women of the city to avail benefit of special classes.

“Turban is regarded as a symbol of faith, symbolizing the values of discipline, honestyintegrity, ethics, spirituality and humility,” he said.

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