Singapore trio reach Nankana Sahib after 22-day Jeep ride

The Singapore trio at Nankana Sahib – Photo: Facebook of Overland by Jeep Singapore-Pakistan-Singapore
By Asia Samachar Team | SINGAPORE |

They have reached Pakistan. This morning, the Singapore trio on an overland Jeep trip from reached Nankana Sahib after travelling 22 days on their epic six-nation venture.

They left Singapore on Oct 20, passed through Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and India before finally reaching Pakistan.

Gurcharan Singh, Amarjit Singh and Salljit Singh join thousands of Sikhs and people of other faiths in commemorating the 550th birth of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith. Nankana is the birth place of Guru Nanak.

To catch glimpses of check out their Facebook here. They are expected to return to Singapore on Dec 9.

Across the causeway, five Malaysian Sikh riders had returned on Saturday (9 Nov 2019) after riding from Malaysia to Pakistan, and back, also in conjunction with the 550th commemoration. They are also raising funds for National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM). See here.

Note: Some corrections were made to an earlier version of this story

Nankana Sahib all lighted up to commemorate Guru Nanak’s 550th birth – Photo: Facebook of Overland by Jeep Singapore-Pakistan-Singapore


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