Sikh Environment Day – Celebrate the Sikh New Year with Boota Parshad

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Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Bara Maha or ‘twelve months’ composition in Raag Tukhari [i] says: 

‘In the month of Chet [ii], the splendour of spring has sprung and the bumble bee hums with joy’.

The bee is the mind which has received the blessing of eternal spring – the joyful state of balance and enlightenment. On 14th March, Sikhs across the world will celebrate Sikh Vatavaran Diwas or World Sikh Environment Day. Continue reading “Sikh Environment Day – Celebrate the Sikh New Year with Boota Parshad”

Community Canal Clean Up – Smethwick, Birmingham

Eco-Sikh UK teams up with the Canal and River Trust

Eco-Sikh UK teamed up with the Canal and River Trust for a community canal clean up on Saturday 29th February in Smetwick, on the outskirts of Birmingham.Continue reading “Community Canal Clean Up – Smethwick, Birmingham”

Trees For Derby – Shipley County Park, Derbyshire

Trees for Derby
Trees for Derby – Shipley County Park

Join us to plant 5000 trees to commemorate World Sikh Environment Day at Shipley County Park on Saturday 21st March 10am – 12pm. Continue reading “Trees For Derby – Shipley County Park, Derbyshire”

Tree Planting Day – Lampton Park, Hounslow

Tree planting Lampton Park, Hounslow
Tree planting Lampton Park, Hounslow

Hounslow’s Sikh community in collaboration with Hounslow Council planted an orchard in Lampton Park on Saturday 8th February to commemorate the 550th birth-anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.Continue reading “Tree Planting Day – Lampton Park, Hounslow”