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Gurmat Camps in the United Kingdom
Report by Runjeet Singh ~ Year 2000
UK Samelan Participant

"Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!!

I Know What I did this Summer.

This summer was the best summer of my Lifetime..wow!!!!! I want to tell the whole world how chardee kalla the Sangat is in England.

Like everywhere, we have our problems, committees fight and the usual problems, but when you meet children..you have met God himself..and when you meet true GurSikhs..you have met Guru Ji himself

Our meeting with God

The venue was Stratford Rd Gurdwara, Birmingham, England. Where Giani Sukhdev Singh (currently in Singapore) started the Naujawan Academy, the legacy continues and the fohj is growing and growing but more importantly the love for Guru Ji is also growing.

I have to say that every year the camp gets better. This year was no exception. Where ever you would care to look.God was looking straight back at you with a smile on his face and at the end of the camp He still had a smile on his face, but now he also had a tear in His eye. Sometimes He would attend talks, then a question and answer session, then a games session, then a go on the bouncy castle, He was even at the Army barracks. And Guru Ji was there all week doing seva for God, Guru Ji would work hard all day, he was under pressure all day, people criticised him, but God appreciated it, and God loved him for it.

God really missed Khalsa Ji (Giani Mahinder Singh Khalsa, Khalsa Garh Malaysia) who was unable to attend, but all was His hukam.

Our meeting with Guru Ji

The venue was Nottingham Army barracks, Nottingham, England. The Gurmukhs of BOSS (British Organisation of Sikh Students) had organised the annual Sikhi Camp. And wow! Guru Ji did so much kirpa on us! There was so much pyarr there, and Guru Ji looked sooo beautiful!

SatGuru Granth Sahib Ji was divine as usual, his words were so soothing. And SatGuru Khalsa Panth looked so beautiful especially when surrounded by all the Shaheed Singhs that were there.

Guru Ji would often take part in the army activities, shooting, assault courses, and the keertan, santhia taught by a chardee kalla Taksali Singh, and amritvelas, even pillow fights! And so much seva so much pyarr there was only one person who didnít attend these camps..and that was..KALYUG!!

Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Jee Kee Fateh!!"

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