The opening of Gurdwara Sahib Subang, a much-awaited event for those living between Petaling Jaya, Puchong and Shah Alam, is finally happening on Friday (20 April 2018) after much sweat and effort.
It starts with the arrival of Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS), the Sikh scripture, at 5.30am. After raising of the Nishan Sahib, there will Asa-Ki-Vaar and commencement of an akhand path (continuous reading of the SGGS) at 9.30am.
On Saturday (21 April), while the akhand path continues, there would be free health screening from 10am to 5pm.
Four health-related talks will (21 April 2018, Saturday):
12.30pm: Sleep Apnea (Datuk Dr Balwinder Singh Mann, Consultant Surgeon, Department of ORL HNS (ENT), Hospital Putrajaya)
1.30pm: Benign Prostate Hypertrophy or BHP (Dr Paramjit Singh of Hospital KL Urology Department)
3.00pm: How to be at peace when you are challenged (Motivational talk by Ms Rajvin Kaur Randhawa)
4.45pm: An insight into common joint problems and a minimally invasive treatment approach (Dr Taranjeet Singh)
The akhand path is expected to end at 8.30am on Sunday (22 April) followed by a kirtan/katha programme till 12pm.
This will be followed by Subang Sikh Association president Amrick Singh addressing the congregation.
Sikh Moms, a grouping of Sikh ladies, will be running a bazaar at the gurdwara on all three days from 10am onwards.
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