Three young Sikh preachers to cover 21 Malaysian gurdwaras

The three speakers - Baljeet Singh Rajpura, Baljeet Singh Delhi and Manveer Singh Rajpura - invited for Malaysian Sikh lecture series Gyan Pargaas Semagam from 14-20 Sept 2017

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| Malaysia | 13 Sept 2017, Updated: 22 Sept 2017 | Asia Samachar |

Three young Sikh preachers will be speaking at 21 gurdwaras in Malaysia in a one-week Sikhi lecture series that begins tomorrow (Thursday, 14 Sept 2017). At some gurdwaras, they will also hold question and answer (Q&A) sessions.

The three speakers – Baljeet Singh Rajpura, Baljeet Singh Delhi and Manveer Singh

Gyan Pargaas Semagam | North Zone | Malaysia Tour | 14-20 Sept 2017

Rajpura – have been invited as part of the Gyan Pargaas Semagam from Sept 14-20.

Prior to this, Baljeet Singh Delhi has been on speaking engagements in Malaysia, impressing listeners with his presentations.

The 28-year old Sikh Missionary College-trained speaker has been a freelance parcharak (preacher) since 2011.

“Then the management committee will dictate what you can and cannot talk about. They want put you in a straightjacket,” he told Asia Samachar in an earlier interview.

 

G y a n  P a r g a a s  S e m a g a m s |  14-20 Sept 2017

 

Malaysia Tour – Part 1 (Central & Northern Tours)

14/9 Thursday

7.30-8.45pm – GS Sunway – Baljeet Singh Delhi (Lecture with Q&A)

15/9 Friday

7.30-8.45 pm – GS Klang – Manbir Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45 pm – GS Seremban – Baljeet Singh Delhi (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45 pm – GS Selayang – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

16/9 Saturday

10.30-11.30pm – GS Klang – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (katha)

10.30-11.30pm – GS Port Dickson – Baljeet Singh Delhi (katha)

5.30-6 15pm – GS Rawang – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (katha)

7.00-8.00pm – GS Tatt Khalsa Diwan – Baljeet Singh Delhi

7.30-8.30pm – GS Bukit Beruntung – Manbir Singh Rajpura

7.30-8.45pm – WGS Kg Pandan – Baljeet Singh Rajpura

17/9 Sunday (NORTH ZONE)

10.00-11.30am – GS Butterworth – Baljeet Singh Delhi

10.00-1.00pm – GS Bayan Baru – Baljeet Singh Rajpura & Manbir Singh Rajpura

3.00-5.00pm – GS Sg Petani – Baljeet Singh Delhi & Manbir Singh Rajpura

5.00-7.00pm – GS Kulim – Baljeet Singh Rajpura

18/9 Monday

7.30-8.45pm – GS Taiping – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45pm – GS Sg Besi – Baljeet Singh Delhi (Lecture with Q&A)

19/9 Tuesday

7.30-8.45pm – GS Kajang – Baljeet Singh Delhi (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45pm – GS Port Klang – Manbir Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

7.00-8.15pm – Gunung Rapat – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

20/9 Wednesday

7.30-8.45pm – GS Petaling Jaya – Baljeet Singh Delhi (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45pm – GS Sentul – Manbir Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

7.30-8.45pm – GSGN Shah Alam – Baljeet Singh Rajpura (Lecture with Q&A)

G y a n  P a r g a a s  S e m a g a m s |  21-27 Sept 2017

21/9 Thursday Evening

a) WGS Ipoh – Baljeet Singh Delhi -7.30-8.30pm

22/9 Friday Evening

GS Buntong, Ipoh – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.00-8.15pm

GS Bentong, Pahang – Manbir Singh Rajpura 7.30-8.30pm

23/9 Saturday Morning

GS Muar – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 9.00-10.15am

23/9 Saturday Evening

GS Greentown – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.30-8.30pm

GS JB – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

24/9 Sunday Morning

GS Greentown – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.45-8.30am

GS Taiping – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 10.30-11.30am

GS Kuala Lipis – Manbir Singh Rajpura – 10.00-11.00am

GS Johor Bahru – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 10.30-11.30am

24/9 Sunday Evening

GS Lembah Jaya – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GS Bidor – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.30-8.30pm

25/9 Monday Evening

GS Sg Besi – Manbir Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GS Malim Nawar – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.30-8.30pm

26/9 Tuesday Evening

GS Kajang – Manbir Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GS Port Klang – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GS Gunung Rapat – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.15-8.15pm

27/9 Wednesday Evening

GS PJ – Baljeet Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GSGN Shah Alam – Manbir Singh Rajpura – 7.30-8.30pm

GS Greentown – Baljeet Singh Delhi – 7.30-8.30pm

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