| Penang, Malaysia | 7 Oct 2016 | Asia Samachar |
Penang leads the way for gurdwaras when it comes to health-related talks at religious programmes.
In conjunction with Guru Nanak’s birthday celebration next month, the Wadda Gurdwara Sahib Penang (WGSP) has lined up two medical experts to talk about heart attacks and women health issues.
WGSP will be celebrating the Guru Nanak Parkash Gurpurab with a number of activities from 12-14 Nov (Sat-Mon), including an akhand path that commences at 9.30am on Saturday.
Bagan Specialist Centre consultant interventional cardiologist and physician Dr Amardeep Singh will talk about recognising signs and symptoms of heart attack on Nov 12 (Saturday).
Island Hospital consultant obsterician and gynaecologist Dr Narinder Singh Shadan will make a presentation on the topic ‘Common Topics and Issues in Women Health We Should All Know’ on 13 Nov (Sunday)., Both talks are from 1.30pm to 2.30pm at the Library Hall.
WGSP also held medical talks during the Vaisakhi celebration in April 2015.
Giani Balbir Singh, a former granthi and now an entrepreneur, will conduct a kirtan and katha programme with his jatha on 13 and 14 Nov.
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