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Sikh Band in ANZAC Day parade

The Sikh community of Western Australia has proudly joined in this tradition of paying homage to their forefathers too, because they fought alongside the Australians during both the World Wars.

Punjabi School Program

To keep our offsprings in touch with our glorious Sikh heritage and Gurbani it is important for them to learn Punjabi (Gurmukhi) language. Guru Granth Sahib is written in Gurmukhi script. Its is important for all the Sikhs to learn Gurmukhi and Punjabi so that we can understand the massage in the Guru Granth Sahib.

Weekly religious services are held every Sunday to everyone including the registered and non-registered members. A cultural education class (Punjabi School, approved by the Australian Ministry of Education) is also held each week, where children are taught Punjabi language and Sikh history, life/social skills, martial arts, music, dangers of the drug and alcohol use and related topics.

The SGP supports other community involvement initiatives such as:

  • Funds collection for the bushfire victims and flood victims,
  • Blood donation for the Australian Red Cross,
  • Arranging shelter and food for disadvantaged members of the community including the elderly,
  • Providing support to new migrants,
  • Assisting overseas students in finding accommodation and work, and many more similar initiatives.