Why is the gurdwara so important to Sikhs?

Why is the gurdwara so important to Sikhs?

To get guidance is one of the reasons they come into the presence of God by listening to and singing from the holy book.

Why is the Gurdwara so important to Sikhs?To be a part of a community is another reason they come to be in company of God’s people, of all different ages. Singing lessons and community. Activities will also be held in rooms at the gurdwara.

To serve God and others is also a reason to carry out the Sikh duty of helping others, for example, by sharing in the work of the kitchen. This provides food free to all people both Sikh and non-Sikh

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Gurudwara is a place of worship, a temple of Sikhs, the followers of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhism, the main feature of Gurdwara is to sing/listen the praises of Lord God and true Guru in association with the true congregation of devotee worshipers and recite the scripture contained in Guru Granth Sahib and hence learn the teachings of true Guru for implementation in real life of course.

गुर दुआरै हरि कीरतनु सुणीऐ॥
All the Guru’s door one hears the God’s praise.
सतिगुरु भेटि हरि जसु मुखि भणीऐ॥

Meeting with the True Guru, one utters the Lord’s praise with honour in the Lord’s court.
कलि कलेस मिटाए सतिगुरु हरि दरगह देवै मानां हे॥४॥
Sorrows and strifes the True Guru effaces and blesses with honour in the Lord’s court.
{{{Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Raag Maaroo 1075}}}

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