Schedule today January 12, 2018 & 14 at GGSF                

Kirtan by Bhai Manjit Singh from UK from the Akhand Kirtani Jatha at GGSF

Friday evening, January 12, 2018.
Please join to immerse yourself in this uplifting kirtan.

Jahandad Khan, Researcher of Hari Singh Nalwa's rule will be in GGSF on Sunday January 14,2018
Jahandad Khan's ancestor and namesake Jahandad Khan was a contemporary of Hari Singh Nalwa - his father Painda Khan (mentioned in Umdat ut Tawarikh) had earlier fought with Nalwa but had to offer his son to the Lahore Durbar as a hostage in return for help against Ahmed Barelvi when he invaded this region. The young Jahandad Khan was raised by Nalwa for few years as a result of this settlement. When Sikh garrisons in Hazara were massacred in 1846, it was the same Jahandad Khan (by then a grown young man and a leader of the Tanoli clan) who spared the lives of all Lahore Durbar men stationed in our region in 22 mud forts and gave them a dignified exit (mentioned in Hazara Gazzetteers as well). His native region is Hazara in what is today Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He will speak about the Sikh rule in Hazara region of KP as that's the primary focus of his research. Amardeep Singh (, who will be coming to GGSF in May, has written a book about the Sikh heritage in Pakistan that has a chapter on this region. They traveled along the Indus together to explore remnants of Sikh Legacy there.

Kirtan Events 2018

12 Jan, 12
14 Jan, 14
14 Jan, 14
19 Jan, 19
21 Jan, 21
21 Jan, 21
26 Jan, 26
28 Jan, 28
28 Jan, 28

Recent & Upcoming Events

  • Gurbani Santhya Classes

    Gurbani Santhya class are held every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 2:30 PM - 4 PM. Bhai Gurdarshan Singh teaches the Gurbani grammar and also the correct pronunciation of the Gurbani. For more information, please contact Bhai Sahib at 301 332 2323

  • Kirtan and Tabla Classes

    Kirtan and Tabla classes for children and adults of all ages are held every Monday and Thursday evening at the Gurdwara Sahib. For more information, please contact Bhai Gurdarshan Singh 301 332 2323 and Bhai Sucha Singh 510 706 8782

  • Langar Bookings

    For Langar Sewa, please contact
    Rani Sawhney 301 938 6167
    Dr. Sukhminder Kaur
    Bhupinder Kaur Saini 703 734 1760

  • Sikh Women' Day

    Guru Gobind Singh Foundation will observe Sikh Women's Day while paying tributes to Mata Gujri ji. This is the 5th year that GGSF is marking this day. Mata Gujri ji, wife of Guru Tegh Bahadur and mother of Guru Gobind Singh ji was arrested on December 8, 1705 along with two younger sons of the Tenth Guru. Next few days tested her will and her determination to keep the flame of Sikhi alive. GGSF women will be part of the program in observing this day and will elaborate on the role of Sikh women in Sikh history and reflect upon their future role in shaping Sikh community.
    See Video
    See Sikhnet
    Please contact Romi Kaur Sawhney at 301-938-6167 if you wish to participate in the program.

  • Upcoming Events

    Nisha Kaur's mom, Resham Kaur, passed away on 11/8/2017 in Punjab. She was 58 ​ and lived in Fairfax, VA.
    by GGSF Community

    Family is requesting all to join for kirtan on Saturday, January 20th at Guru Gobind Singh Foundation from 4-7 PM. Following is how her family remembers her: "She was a housewife, very spiritual and a loving being. She never showed any anger, sadness or negative emotions towards anyone no matter how hurt she might have been. She always had a beautiful smile on her face and trusted God 110%. Her passion was to help others and make sure that they received the help they needed. She gave so much love to everyone around her. Her soul was very pure, authentic, giving and strong. She was an angel sent by God to our family and we miss her dearly. May Baba Ji rest her soul in peace."

    Husband: K.K Mann
    Daughters: Nisha Kaur & Mandip Kaur
    Son: Vijay Mann
    Son in-law: Harish Chander
    Grand Kids: Sahej Kaur & Anjali Kaur
    Daughter In-Law:Ragini Patel Mann
    Grand Kids: Ria Kaur & Sejal Kaur

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    A Sikh Canadian MP will be speaking
    at GGSF

    On Sunday, November 26,2017 Randeep Singh Sarai, A Sikh Canadian MP will be speaking at GGSF. Randeep Singh Sarai (born April 15, 1975) is a Canadian politician who was elected as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons of Canada to represent the federal electoral district Surrey Centre during the 2015 Canadian federal election. He will be visiting GGSF on Sunday, November 26, 2017 and will speak at 12:45 PM. In addition, he will interact with youth immediately after the diwan. Please make sure that we bring all the middle school, high school and college students to meet him.

  • Jeevat Kayee Hazaar

    Jeevat Kayee Hazaar, A global Sikh initiative to celebrate Guru Gobind Singh's 350th Birthday.