After Crossing 20 Countries, 6 Sikh Bikers Reach Nankana Sahib To Mark 550th Prakash Purab Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

written by Karan Nanda | May 09, 2019

To spread message of humanism, six Sikh members of the Sikh Motorcycle Club Canada have arrived at Nankana Sahib – the birthplace of founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev Ji – In Punjab province of Pakistan. They have reached Pakistan after crossing 20 countries. Six Sikh members - Sardar Prajeet Singh, Sardar Mandeep Singh, Sardar Sukhvir Singh, Sardar Azdawindra Singh and Sardar Jasmit Pal Singh – are travelling from United Kingdom to Sri Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar to mark the 550th birth anniversary of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. During their 45 days journey, the bikers will cross countries across Europe, Turkey and others before culminating their tour at The Golden Temple. The club’s aim is to spread Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s message of humanism and to raise funds for Khalsa Aid International. Khalsa Aid International will utilize these funds to help people all over the world suffering from natural disasters.


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