History of the Ramgarhia Sabha Sikh Community Centre Milton Keynes

Ramgarhia Sabha - Milton Keynes

Guru Gobind Singh
(1666-1708 AD)
(1469-1539 AD)
The Ramgarhia Sabha is a reistered charity. Everyone, form any background are welcome to come along and join with our celebratration.
Weekly Services are held every Sunday from 11am to 1pm, followed by lunch. A service on the first day of the Sikh calendar month (Sangrand), in the evening from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, followed by a meal.
The first of each month, Lady's Santsang and children; followed by a meal.

Classes for chidren and adults at the temple.

Music classes are run on Monday evenings from 7pm-9pm
Other classes are Tabla and Harmonium (music instruments). Pupils learn the holy Sikh scriptures and Sing and play Tabla Harmonium.
Punjabi calsses are run on Friday eveing from 7pm-9pm ( a snack is served for everyone)
To find out more information, contact the Temple on 01908-560799
'Waheguru ji ka Khalsa
Waheguru ji ki Fateh'
Recorded Asian Voice in the Community
Today 12th November 2000, I am trying to explain a brief history of Sikhism in Milton Keynes.
The Milton Keynes Sikh Sabha was established under the name of Ramgarhia Sabha Sikh Society in 1998. This religious Sikh Sabha was orginated under the prior decision of quite few people, which was gradually grown day by day. Originally the weekly religious functins and prayers used to take place at Woughton campus Milton Keynes, until Sikh Society bought the property at Kiln Farm in somewhere in 1995, called Kiln Farm House.
As Kiln Farm House propetry was merely a Farm house but under the God's grace and with the help of Sikh congregation this place is now converted to a Sikh Temple for daily worship place, social and religious functions. Hopefully the Sabha organisation is trying to get the place extended in the near future.
Festival of light celebrated on 26-10-10.

Guru Ka Langer & Diwali celebrated on 26-10-00.

Ten Guru's Golden Temple MK Temple Holy Book The Guru's Prayer
Nishan Sahib Vaisakhi Diwali Sikhism Words