Sikh members of the Sikh Motorcycle Club Canada, who travelled from Canada to Sri Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar to mark the 550th birth anniversary of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, donated USD 100,000 to charity organization Khalsa Aid.
Khalsa Aid International will utilize these funds to help people all over the world suffering from natural disasters.
The donation came after six Sikh members – Sardar Prajeet Singh, Sardar Mandeep Singh, Sardar Sukhvir Singh, Sardar Azdawindra Singh and Sardar Jasmit Pal Singh – travelled from Canada to India with an aim to spread Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s message of humanism.
We would like to thank Sikh Motorcycle Club BC Canada for presenting a cheque in the amount of $100,000 to @Khalsa_Aid, raised during their historic World Tour 2019 to celebrate the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.@RandeepHooda @harbhajan_singh @KapilSharmaK9 pic.twitter.com/GuSaHl73vF
— Amarpreet Singh (@amarpreet_ka) July 16, 2019
They took about 45 days to cross countries across Europe, Turkey, Pakistan and others before culminating their tour at The Golden Temple.
Wow ! Sikh Motorcycle Club BC Canada raised $100,000 for Khalsa Aid ! They rode from Canada to Panjab to raise the funds.Thank you 🙏🏻🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/lucEKHrFFi
— ravinder singh (@RaviSinghKA) July 16, 2019
For their journey, World Book Of Records, London honoured them on May 13. Sikh Motorcycle Club took to their Facebook page to share the news with their fans. They shared a poster and captioned it as: “Real proud Moment for Sikh Motorcycle Club”.