Sikhs In Kenya Organise Free Medical Camps To Mark 550th Birth Anniversary Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

written by Diksha Kapoor | July 18, 2019

The Sikh community is known for lending their helping hand to the destitute through countless initiatives around the world. The community has made plenty of efforts at the time of crisis, all around the world. As the community is ready to celebrate Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th birth anniversary this year, the Sikh men in Kenya have organized free medical camps and distribution of food packets over there. Entrepreneur and Social activist, Harjinder Singh Kukreja took down to his Twitter to spread the word about the same. He posted a video of a Kenyan Sikh, who is telling the purpose of this deed. Harjinder captioned the video as: “As Sikhs worldwide are celebrating the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary, Kenyan Sikhs giving back to other communities all over the Kenya by organising free medical camps and distributing food packets.”

Besides, Gurudwaras of Mumbai have also planned to create dormitories in various Gurudwaras across the city to provide beds and meals to cancer patients in the city to celebrate 550th Prakash Purab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The Gurudwaras will offer this to cancer patients or their relatives, who have come to the city for the treatment.


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