Thai Sikhs present books to Bangkok schools

Sikh delegation also presented a cheque of Bhat 107,000 to assist in the building of some schools

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Lakhvinderpal Singh Kukreja, flanked by his brother Rajeev Pal Singh (left) and Rajpal Singh Narang, presenting books on Sikhs in Thailand to a school principal – Photo: Courtesy of Thai Sikh News
By Asia Samachar Team | THAILAND |

Some schools in Bangkok have been armed with books to understand better Sikhs and Sikhi.

A group of Thai Sikhs presented some selected books to Bangkok schools an event at the Wat Nai Rong temple in Bangkok, yesterday (25 July 2019).

“The books will help fellow Thais to understand better Sikhs in Thailand,” Lakhvinderpal Singh Kukreja, one of the Sikhs participating in the event, told Asia Samachar.

They also presented cash of Bhat 107,000 (about RM14,300 or S$4,700), collected from the Sikhs, to assist in the building of some schools.

 

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