Sree Narayana Medical Mission doing ‘tremendous seva’, says Singapore Sikh women

In the briefing, we were informed on their services that may be required by our members - CST Istri Satsang president Gurmail Kaur told Asia Samachar

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Sree Narayana Medical Mission Hospital representatives at Central Sikh Temple (CST) – Photo: Supplied
By Asia Samachar Team | SINGAPORE |

The women’s wing of Central Sikh Temple (CST) donated provisions worth some S$1,400 to the Sree Narayana Medical Mission (SNMM) which runs a hospital.

At the same event on Wednesday (23 October), the CST Istri Satsang members also sat through a briefing on the activities of the mission.

“They are doing tremendous seva. In the briefing, we were informed on their services that may be required by our members,” CST Istri Satsang president Gurmail Kaur told Asia Samachar.

Th symbolic donation was part of the wing’s commemoration of Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary as well as embracing the ethos of the Sikh faith.

Istri Sat Sang (CST) has been a social platform for Sikh women for over seven decades since its inception in the early days of Singapore’s modern history, helping to build the social support structure.

It organises numerous programmes focussing on the religious, social and humanitarian initiatives.

 

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