SGPC Chief honours Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra
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SGPC Chief honours Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra



Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra, organised by Sikh Dharma 13 and ACT from USA, reached Gurdwara Dukhniwaran Sahib, Patiala on Friday, where they were honoured by SGPC chief Prof. Kirpal Singh Badungar. Prof. Badungar welcomed and thanked them, on behalf of Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandhak Committee, for visiting India on 350th Birth anniversary of tenth Sikh guru Guru Gobind Singh.

SGPC chief told that this special yatra arrived in India on December 26th, 2016 and has been visiting various Sikh historical places in India and will visit Sri Patna Sahib from January 2nd to 6th, 2017and participate in all the festivities at Patna Sahib where the Tenth Guru and Master of the Sikhs was born.

Sikh Dharma 13 and ACT from USA organised this sacred yatra to India comprising of 250 people from all over the world to join the 350th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Guru Gobind Singh at Patna (Bihar), India. There are over 50 people from around the world including USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Russia, Switzerland, China, Hong Kong. Many of the Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra participants are visiting India for the first time and wish to experience the essence of Sikhism with their brothers and sisters in India.


Panth Rattan Shri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, aka Yogi Bhajan inspired many around the world to the Sikh way of life and encouraged worldwide Sikh Dharma community members to visit the Golden Temple and connect with the land of the Sikh Gurus.

Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra is sponsored by Akal Committee 13 (ACT) and Sardar Bahadur Singh (Salem, Oregon-USA) under the guidance and leadership of M.S.S. Hari Singh Khalsa, SatHanuman Singh Khalsa, S.S. Preet Kaur Khalsa, S.S. Simran Kaur Khalsa and Bhai Sahib Satpal Singh Khalsa who is the Ambassador of Sikh Dharma and the Assistant Chief Protocol Officer of Sikh Dharma International as appointed by Yogi Bhajan.






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