Aberdeen Gurudwara

An Aberdeen Sikh sangat initiative

About us

ABERDEEN SIKH SANGAT JOURNEY SO FAR

Our journey began as a group of students who came to study in the two prestigious universities in Aberdeen and settled in the “Granite City”. With the support of few key Sikh people who had made Aberdeen their hometown in early 1980s, these students started getting together for prayers and keertan (hymn singing) in their small rented apartments. As these students got married, the families increased and the tradition of Annual programs started. The warmth and affection seen during these programs encouraged the people involved to establish the Charity with one of it’s aim being to open the Aberdeen Gurudwara.!

We have been on this journey for 10 years now and finally have been blessed with a location that can be the center for the community to engage, worship and help the wider community based on the principles of Sikhism. Come and join us, visit us or call us if you want to know more.

Weekly Schedule

Monday-Saturday
Morning   

6am – 6:30am     

Amrithvelaa Prakash

6:30am – 7:30am

Nitnem        

   Evening

         6pm – 7pm

Rehraas Sahib & Aarti

   7pm – 7:15pm

Sukhaasan Sahib

Sunday

10am – 1:30pm

Sukhmani Sabhi, Katha, Kirtan and Langar

Address & Phone Number

 St Ninian’s Pl, Aberdeen AB24 1YA 

Phone – 01224473904 and 07503832065

Open day for Aberdeen Local Councilors

COME AND GET INVOLVED

Everyone is welcome, so come and get invloved in all sorts of things that are going on at Aberdeen Gurudwara.
We have many activities going on around the week such as; Kids fun days, Seva days, Friday kirtan, Tabla/kirtan classes and many more…​

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