Special Events at GGSF                

February 28 - March 4th,2018 at GGSF
Taren Kaur is an English Singer-Songwriter, Composer and Singer of Gurbani Shabad Kirtan (Sikh Spiritual Music). Teaching herself the guitar from a young age, she ventured forth with a deep love and passion for music with the dream to share this musical love with the world.

Taren Kaur will be at GGSF performing Kirtan from Wednesday, February 28 - Sunday, March 4th. She will do kirtan on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:15 - 9 PM. and on Sunday from 12-1 PM. She is a great inspiration for the younger generation. So please have your children attend her programs. For more information, please contact GGSF management.

GGSF Spring Cleaning is scheduled for Sunday, March 11, at 2:30 p.m

Kirtan Events 2018

10 Aug, 10
12 Aug, 12
12 Aug, 12
17 Aug, 17
19 Aug, 19
19 Aug, 19
24 Aug, 24
26 Aug, 26
26 Aug, 26

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 Kaur2345@yahoo.com
    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.
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    Please contact Romi Kaur Sawhney at 301-938-6167 if you wish to participate in the program.

  • Upcoming Events

    Sajni Primalani passed away!

    Sajni Primalani, a regular member of the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation sangat, passed away yesterday and the funeral took place yesterday amidst prayers and blessings! She was sent away with Ardas and sohila path. She desired to have an akhand path of Guru Granth Sahib which is starting today at GGSF and bhog information is given below. She attended diwan from last 13 years and immediately after the inauguration of the Gurdwara Sahib building, she donated the LED TV Screens for the benefit of those who needed translations. She also cooked for the sangat many delicacies and she will be remembered for her kindness and her love towards all.

    Bhog and Kirtan
    Saturday, February 24th
    3:00pm - 5:00pm

    Guru Gobind Singh Foundation
    13814 Travilah Road
    Rockville, MD 20850
    A mother to many. A woman with an iron will. Commitment to seva. And a Guru to her daughters.
    Sajni is a deeply loved and respected member of this sangat. Her shy smile, magnetic personality, serene demeanor won the hearts of her family, friends, sangat and even passer-bys. She sees in you your purpose without your realizing……and connects with you, nurturing your spirit to reach this higher purpose.
    She was tenacious and did not shy from hard work. When it became harder she quotes: “Himath bandan, medeth khudah.” Despite her unassuming petite frame and gentle smile, this woman wielded greater forces than what meets the eye. Sajni knew that love lies in a full belly, which then makes for a warm heart. She enjoyed making dahi vadas for the sangat’s langars. She made sure everyone that visited had something to eat and drink – at all times. If you are traveling, you had a meal packed and ready to go. If you are coming home late, you had a plate of food ready to welcome you. Sajni cared for others first before caring for herself. Her contagious, cute, pretty smile won the hearts of many.
    In the final days loyal family members from India, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and the Caribbean came to her side; her neighbors came out of their homes to express condolences.
    Sajni Aunty will be missed. She will want us to smile and laugh when we think of her – not cry. So – Smile. Laugh. And wish her “safe travels” for her journey.

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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.