GURU TEGH BAHADUR JI FOUNDATION
Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Foundation Is A Registered Non-Profit IRS 501(C) (3) Organization And Is Conveniently Located In Fairfield Country, Where Sangat From Connecticut And New York Congregates Regularly. Popularly Referred As “Norwalk Gurudwara” Is A Place Of Worship Managed By Sikh Community That Is Open To All Who Seek Spiritual Enlightenment.
Gurudwara Sahib Is Open Every Day Of The Week, And Nitnem Banies Are Recited Every Morning And Evening. Regular Kirtan Diwan Is Held On Friday Evening And Sunday Morning And On All Special Occasions/Gurupurabs.
Sikhi Education For Children To Raise Sikhi Awareness And To Bring Sikhi Principles In Life Of Our Children, Punjabi And Gurmat Classes Are Held In Gurudwara Sahib Every Sunday Under Aegis Of Guru Gobind Singh Academy (GGSA). A Structured Curriculum Published By Sikh Research Institute (Www.Sikhri.Org) Is Followed For Content As Well As For Teaching Methodology.
Gurudwara Sahib Also Holds Kirtan Classes For Children Interested In Learning Harmonium, Tabla And Singing Shabads. The Children Perform Kirtan, Paath And Other Services During Regular Diwan On 4th Sunday Of The Month.
Gurudwara Sahib is open every day of the week, and Nitnem Banies are recited every morning and evening. Regular Kirtan Diwan is held on Friday evening and Sunday morning and on all special occasions/Gurupurabs.
GTBF promotes awareness and contributes to society and our local community by participating in community outreach such as soup kitchens, clothing drives and women's shelters.
HUNGER & NUTRITION
GURDWARAS ARE PLAYING AN IMPORTANT ROLE AS FOOD BANKS IN WHICH MEALS ARE OFFERED FREE, AND EVERYTHING FROM THE BUYING OF THE FOOD, TO THE PREPARATION OF THE MEALS PLUS LANGAR IN GURDWARAS ARE PROMOTING HEALTHY EATING BY PROVIDING NUTRITIOUS FOOD THROUGH DISTRIBUTION OF SACRED 'PRASAD' WHICH CONSISTS OF FULL DIET,
Our Singhs and Kaurs
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Langar is the term used in the Sikh religion for the free, vegetarian-only food served in a Gurudwara to all people.
In Sikhism, the practice of the langar, or free kitchen, is believed to have been started by the first Sikh Guru,