Author: tsingh

Prize distribution at Sydney’s Punjabi School

  The Guru Nanak Punjabi School in Sydney celebrated annual awards prize distribution function on Saturday 1 December 2018 attended by students, teachers, parents, guests and the media representatives. The teachers of Punjabi language in HSC classes in mainstream schools were specifically invited to the function. Mr Kevin Connolly MP and Dr Maninder Singh councilor at Blacktown Council gave away the prizes to students who had performed exceptionally well. The students were given trophies, appreciation certificates and specially certificated for NSW language board. The prize distribution event led by Mrs Gurpreet Kaur with the help of her volunteer team was highly appreciated by...

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Reopening of Bhai Gurdas Ji Library

Sydney’s Bhai Gurdas Ji Library at Glenwood was reopened with the inauguration taking place on Saturday 22 September 2018. The Australian Sikh Association (ASA) is very excited to launch the official re-opening of the Bhai Gurdas Ji Library. The library has been newly renovated with a fresh look and purpose, to be a multi-use space for learning. Dr Surinder Singh, the  Managing Director of the Guru Nanak Punjabi School,  Glenwood and the Director of Bhai Gurdas Ji Library welcomed the guests and thanked them for blessing the occasion by their presence. Hon Michelle Rowland MP and Hon Kevin Connolly MP...

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Sikh Games attract 5 to 90 year olds

The 31st Australian Sikh Games 2018  were held at Bass Hill in Sydney during the Easter long weekend for 3 days from  30 march  to 1 April. The Bass hills stadiums was full of Punjabi colourful dresses and turbans worn by  young and old Participants and Spectators  making it look like a little  Punjab in Sydney. Mr Avtar Singh Sidhu, President of Sikh Games  said that it was one the best games ever held in Australia with around  3000 athletes participating  in 16 sports including kabaddi, soccer , hockey, netball, cricket, wrestling, tennis, basketball, badminton, golf, volleyball, athletics, tug of war, gatka, Sikh form ,...

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Wonderful Moving Forward Together festival in Blacktown

Hundreds of people from Blacktown area and other parts of Sydney turned out on Sunday 18 February 2018 for a magnificent Moving Forward Together Festival, celebrating International Mother Language Day and Harmony Walk. The event brought together people from diverse communities, of all ages, in a day of togetherness and harmony, highlighted by music, dance, and great food, especially free food & Drink from the Sikh community to all. There were outstanding performances by young people result of hard work by efforts by kids and the parents of the Guru Nanak Punjabi School Glenwood, NSW. Kids aged between 5 to 15...

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