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University of East London
www.uel.ac.uk

University of East London,
    Barking Campus,
    Longbridge Road,
    Dagenham,
    Essex,
    RM8 2AS

University of East London,
    Docklands Campus,
    4-6 University Way,
    London,
    E16 2RD

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    Stratford Campus,
    University House,
    Romford Road,
    London,
    E15 4LZ

University of East London,
    Duncan House,
    Stratford High Street,
    London,
    E15 2JB

020 8223 3000
Barking: 020 8590 7799
Stratford: 020 8519 3740
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Sikh Society
 
uelsikhsociety@yahoo.co.uk

President: Kam Singh
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London Sikhi Week - A Great Journey
London Sikhi Week - A Great Journey
6pm - 9pm Thursday 3rd March 2005
London Met University, City Campus,
Room: Jewry Street, JRLTH

Nearest Station: Aldgate Station
A Great Journey

... Following on from the first talk, the speaker will delve into the path of spirituality and Guru Nanak Sahib's universal philosophy, which illustrates the great journey which the soul makes.
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sikhsociety@gmail.com
Amrita Kaur: 07753337542
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London Sikhi Week - Paintballing
London Sikhi Week - Paintballing
Friday 11th March 2005
Meeting Point:
London Met North Campus,
Outside Library (Learning Centre)

Nearest Station: Holloway Road, Piccadilly Line
Paintballing

Open To Everyone
MISS IT....MISS OUT!!!!!!!!!!

London Met Students: £16.50, Non-London Met Students: £18
Costs include transport, a deposit must be paid by Wednesday 23rd February 2005

Meeting Point: London Met North Campus, Outside Library (Learning Centre) 9.30am
Leaving 10am prompt!!!!! BE ON TIME
Amrita Kaur: 07753337542
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Sikh Philosophy in Practice
London Sikhi Week II
2nd - 9th March 2005
Various Universities in London
"Sikh Philosophy in Practice"

A week of talks and events discovering the Sikh's rich heritage, history and philosophy.

Weds 2nd March - LSE - Why I became a Sikh (3-5pm)
... A western non-Sikh who discovered the path of Sikhi shares why he choose to become a Sikh and the unique aspects of Sikh philosophy which appealed to them.

Thurs 3rd March - London Met - A Great Journey (6-9pm)
... Following on from the first talk, the speaker will delve into the path of spirituality and Guru Nanak Sahib's universal philosophy, which illustrates the great journey which the soul makes.

Fri 4th March - Middlesex Uni- The Way of the Warrior (6-9pm) 
... Philosophy of Mind, Body & Soul and how the Sikh Faith used this knowledge to become fearless Saint-Warriors who defended righteousness against tyranny through Martial Arts. Also there will be a live Gatka (Sikh marital ar ts) demonstration.

Mon 7th March - UCL - Sikhs in Modern Times (presented by United Sikhs) (6-9pm)
... In recent years Sikhs have encountered various challenges to their Identity at different levels. Sept. 11 and the war in Afghanistan led to the awareness of Sikhs of a forgotten community of the Afghani Sikhs. For the rest of the world, Sept 11 caused people to examine who the Sikhs are and where they come from. More recently the Turban has been banned in France and in the UK the controversial play "Behzti" has invoked anger and mixed messages about how Sikhs are portrayed in the media. With all these issues what has emerged is that Sikhs have become visibly invisible and these problems have made Sikhs re-examine their relationship with the Media. UNITED SIKHS, which has been in the forefront of global Sikh ID issues, will present a talk on its experience in dealing with these and other issues that Sikhs face in the Mode rn world.

Tues 8th March - Hertfordshire Uni - The Sikhs & Tsunami (6-9pm) 
... With the recent shocking events in South East Asia, charity aid volunteer from Khalsa Aid share their inspirational stories and work efforts which are being carried out in the Tsunami effected areas and the how Sikh philosophy in practice has given the charity workers strength, determination and inspiration.

Weds 9th March - Kingston - Spirtual Vibes (5-9pm)
... Spiritual Vibes is a keertan event with a difference which offers a totally spiritual enlightening experience. Its done on campus to give all students the opportunity to get together and sing the Guru's praises! As well as listening to the words of the Guru, there will also be an opportunity for students to do Keertan themselves and to listen to some inspiring stories told live. Translations in English will be available on a big screen.

All are welcome to a ll the events

... Mark 2nd-9th March in your diaries, and if you're working book time off!
www.boss-uk.org
boss@khalsa.com
Jasveer Kaur: 07869287604
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Dusk 2 Dawn
Dusk 2 Dawn
7pm till late - Last Saturday of every month
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdvara
Park Avenue
Southall
Monthly Youth Kirtan Darbar
Kirtan explained in English
Translations on projector screen
07940 431925
lovesikhi@hotmail.com
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Local Gurdvara
Gurdwara Singh Sabha

100 North Street,
    Barking,
    Essex,
    lG11 8JD

0208 594 3940
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