Kirtan at the Great Wall of China

| Beijing, China | 2 Dec 2015 | Asia Samachar | 


Kirtan was performed, probably for the first time, at the Great Wall of China, the one man-made structure visible from the moon.

Raagi Gagandeep Singh (Sri Ganganagar Wale) and his team performed kirtan in one spot of the famous wall in China, surrounded by a small group of Sikh sanggat and light snow all around.

The raagi group had earlier conducted kirtan at three different locations, according to one email received by the Asia Samachar. 

One archaeological survey found that the entire wall with all of its branches measure out to be 21,196km, equivalent to more than 11 trips on land between Bangkok and Singapore.

You can view the kirtan here.


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