| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 7 March 2017 | Asia Samachar |
Some 70 students from Sultan Azlan Shah University made a trip to Gurdwara Tatt Khalsa Diwan Selangor in Kuala Lumpur on 25 February.
The students are pursuing the comparative religion class at the Faculty of Islamic Studies at the Kuala Kangsar, Perak, based university. It was formerly known as Sultan Azlan Shah Islamic University College.
Tatt Khalsa gurdwara management committee (GMC) president Inder Singh Khosa and Istri Satsang members greeted the students and their lecturers.
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Inder shared with them some details on the Sikh way of life and the respect Sikhs give to Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
“Most of the students were well prepared as they have done a comprehensive study on Sikhi,” according to a Tatt Khalsa statement emailed to Asia Samachar.
After the question and answer session, the students were feted to Punjabi tea and sweets.
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