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”
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”
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”
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”