NUS students visit Silat Road gurdwara

| Singapore | 20 Feb 2017 | Asia Samachar |
OUTREACH: Students pusuing South Asian Studies at National University of Singapore (NUS) visited Gurdwara Sahib Silat Road. – PHOTO / SIKH CENTRE, SINGAPORE

Sikh Centre Singapore and Gurdwara Sahib Silat Road has been receiving a stream of visitors, with the latest being a batch of students pursuing South Asian Studies at National University of Singapore (NUS).

The student were from the university’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

“Thank you so much for your warm welcome, your insights into your beautiful religion and for showing us around. My students loved their visit and it has greatly enriched their course,” said Assistant Professor Jalais Annu.

She was quoted in a Facebook entry at the Facebook page of Sikh Centre, Singapore.

On 7 Feb, the same centre received a dozen visitors from the Young Interfaith Peacemaker Society.

In January, the centre played host to a group of volunteers from Youth Adult Division (YAD) from Fo Guang Shan Singapore, a Buddhist monastery in Punggol, and 160 students from Temasek Secondary School.


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