Malaysian minister launches Guru Nanak exhibition

Gobind Singh Deo (red turban) launches Guru Nanak exhibition
By Asia Samachar Team | MALAYSIA |

Malaysian federal minister Gobind Singh Deo recently launched an exhibition on Guru Nanak at a gurdwara in Kuala Lumpur.

“This retelling of history gives us a chance to cherish and learn more about the founder of the Sikh religion,” he said when opening the ‘Exhibition on Exploring the Life & Legacy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’ organised by Tatt Khalsa Diwan on Sunday (3 Nov).

He said Guru Nanak’s wisdom and philosophy was as relevant today as it was when propounded 550 years ago.

The exhibition, organised in conjunction with the commemoration of Guru Nanak’s 550th birth, will be open daily from 11am to 9pm.

Gobind, who holds the distinction of being the first federal minister from the Sikh community, is the Minister of Communications and Multimedia.

Mridul Kumar, Indian high commissioner to Malaysia, also gave a speech at the event.

To view a clip produced by Sri Saheb Production, go here.


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