Lodger wanted
Lodger wanted - preferably female - to live in a house less than 10 minutes walk from Slough train and bus stations, from August 2006 onwards. Fast train to London takes you to Paddington Train Station within 20 minutes.
You will definitely be a tee-total vegetarian (no intoxicants and no meat, fish or egg) and will not be someone who has boyfriends or girlfriends. Neither will you be the kind of person who is untidy or plays loud music.
In return you will have a decent-sized bedroom in an extended Victorian end-of-terrace located on a desirable and very quiet cul-de-sac which has ample free parking spaces. You will have shared access to the rest of the house including a small office ideal for study, a large kitchen and a large garden.
You will be living with us, a married couple (in our mid-to-late 20's), currently without children.
£400 pcm (inclusive of all bills and wireless broadband access)
Only serious applicants should contact us.
07738 419 407 / jupesingh@hotmail.com
Jagroop Singh & Kamaljit Kaur
by Ravjeet Singh @ 5/31/2006 07:05:00 am
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Snatam Kaur - London Dates
Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall
2-8 Park Avenue
Middlesex, UK
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Central Gurdwara Sahib
62 Queensdale Road
Shepherds Bush
London W11 4SG
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by Ravjeet Singh @ 5/25/2006 03:08:00 pm
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Organised by

A ROCHA (Southall) - Christians in Conservation - www.en.arocha.org


DIVERSE LONDON, London Sustainability Exchange – www.lsx.org.uk




Tuesday 6th June 2006, 11am – 4pm

How can spirituality and faith play a role in the protection of our environment in London

Muslim- Christian-Sikh Perspectives & Community Dialogue

VENUE: Dominion Arts Education Centre, 112 The Green, SOUTHALL (west London).

Nearest rail: SOUTHALL (from Paddington via Ealing Broadway)


“the lord God placed man in the Garden of Eden to cultivate it and guard it.” Genesis 2:15

“You cause the grass to grow for the cattle, and plants for people to use, to bring forth food from the earth…”Psalm 104

“The Earth is green and beautiful, and Allah has appointed you his stewards over it.” Prayer of Muhammed

“His trustees are responsible for maintaining the unity of creation, the integrity of the Earth, its flora and fauna, its wildlife and natural environment.” Muslim Declaration on Nature at WWF 25th Anniversary, Assisi (September 1986)

"The world is your garden, you are the world gardener.” Guru Granth Sahib

“Your Light pervades creation and the creation is contained in your Light. Your own Supreme Power fills the inanimate and animate creation.” Rehraas, Mahala 2, Guru Granth Sahib



11am – 11.20am Arrival

11.20am Welcome & Introduction by Sian Hawkins / David Bookless, A Rocha

11.30am FAITH PERSPECTIVES on Nature & the Environment - Talks/Presentations by

Muslim, Christian and Sikh speakers (10 minutes each)

- Reverend David Bookless, A Rocha (Christians in Conservation)

- Mizan Raja, Islamic Foundation for Ecology & Environmental Sciences (IFEES)

- Jagdeesh Singh, Sikh Community Action Network

Followed by Open Discussion

12. 30pm – 1.15pm LUNCH

1.15pm HOW CAN FAITH INSTITUTIONS & COMMUNITIES play a participative role in a greener, cleaner and healthier London? How can FAITH & the Environment work together?

Speaker: Snowia Hussain, DIVERSE LONDON – Waste Recycling initiatives with East London Mosques

DISCUSSION : Ideas and proposals for positive contribution & action

2.15pm Listening to FAITH PERSPECTIVES & ASPIRATIONS: What can public sector and mainstream environmental bodies do to engage and integrate the role of FAITH GROUPS & COMMUNITIES into a greener, cleaner and healthier London? GUEST SPEAKERS include:

Friends of the Earth representative

Followed by DISCUSSION & Questions

3.20pm Concluding Comments & Thanks by A Rocha / London 21

3.30pm Conference Finish & Networking

FOOD & REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED (Vegetarian, Vegan & Organic)


SUPPORTED BY: Islamic Foundation for Ecology & Environmental Sciences, Sikh Community Action Network, DIVERSE LONDON (London Sustainability Exchange), London 21 Sustainability Network, A Rocha, Friends of the Earth

PLEASE BOOK ATTENDANCE with Sian Hawkins at A Rocha (Christians in Conservation), 13 Avenue Rd, Southall, Middx UB1 3BL, tel: 0208 574 5935, fax: 0208-571-6471, email: Sian.Hawkins@arocha.org

Jagdeesh Singh, Programme Co-ordinator,
London 21 - www.london21.org | t. 0208-968-4601
LONDON 21 promotes, supports & networks community-based action for a green, healthy & equitable London.
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Exams Finishing, Summer Starting - Sikhi Camp 2006 :)
Sikhi Camp 2006

The British Organisation of Sikh Students is holding its annual summer Sikhi Camp from the 24th – 29th July, 2006. Sikhi camp has been a constant source of inspiration for young Sikhs since it started 10 years ago. The camp provides a chance to meet young Sikhs from all over the UK and Europe and experience Sikhi. The organisers describe the camp as a “residential action packed 6 days aiming to create an environment that is unlike anything else out there.”

Sikhi Camp 2006 will be marking the 400th anniversary of Guru Arjan Dev Sahib Ji's Shaheedi (martyrdom) to uphold the ideals of truth, freedom and justice, as well as a number of other historical milestones. The camp features excellent talks, small group discussions, kirtan darbars with English katha (explanations) of Gurbani, action packed outdoor activities all set out in the beautiful countryside.

Every Sikh is proud of their heritage and wants to learn more about the works and basic teachings of our great Gurus, however many young people dread being looked down upon or being preached at. Sikhi Camp like other Gurmat camps for students is far from it. One camper described, “I was scared at first because I have never been to camp before and I cut my hair. However, staying a week at the camp changed my perspective and I am so glad that I went. People were so friendly; I learnt lots, made many friends and had an enjoyable week. I now understand and respect those who follow the Guru’s Path and hope one day I walk in the same direction.”

So who can attend Sikhi Camp? It’s for anyone over 16 years old who is interested in learning the basics about Sikhi in a friendly, relaxed and non-judgemental environment. It doesn't matter how religious one is. It's all about how keen you are to learn. “Everyone is Welcome!” It’s only £55 for 6 days in the British countryside with the benefit of loads of fun activities, inspirational talks and discussions. There is a £5 discount for applications received 30th May 2006.

One camp sewadar said, “The six day Sikhi Camp is amazing if you really want to know what it’s like though, rather than just read about it on websites, or hear about it from your friends, go and find out for yourself, and experience for your self the Vibe at Sikhi Camp.”

For more information or to download an application form then please visit:
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Events for May - August 2006
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa,
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

Exams are almost over for most people and summer holidays begin!

There are lots of things happening, so please make sure you participate and enjoy the events! Please let others know about events happens so that they can take laahaa (benefit) from them.

Also application forms for Sikhi Camp 2006 (24-29 July) are now online on www.sikhicamp.org. If you send in your forms before 30th May then you get a £5, so might as well save £5 and apply early! If you haven't been to camp before, then I can tell you that you will have a great time, meet loads of nice people, be inspired by the talks and have funs with the activities. More details about the camp on www.sikhicamp.org.


----------- MAY -----------
Kirtan by Bhai Anoop Singh Ji (Una Sahib Wale)
When: Monday 20th May – Sunday 28th May
Where: Various Gurdwaras in Southall
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

More info/ Schedule: http://www.kirtansevauk.org/sasuk.html

Sikh Youth Simran with Bhai Anoop Singh Ji (Una Sahib Wale)

When: Friday, 26th May, 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Where: Sikh Missionary Society,
10 Featherstone Road, Southall (Upstairs hall)
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

End of Exams Special Student Kirtan Darbaar

When: Saturday, 27th May, 7.30pm - late
Where: Sri Guru Singh Sabha,
Park Avenue, Southall
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

More info: http://boss-uk.org/#dusk2dawn

Kirtan by Bibi Snatam Kaur
: Sunday, 28th May, 1pm - 2pm
Where: Sri Guru Singh Sabha,
Park Avenue, Southall
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

More info: www.snatamkaur.com

----------- JUNE -----------
Remembrance March & Freedom Rally
: Sunday, 4th June,
11:30am – 4.30pm
- Gather for a mini-rally at
Hyde Park from 11.30am
- March through central
London to Trafalgar Square between 1.30-2.30pm
- Massive rally in
Trafalgar Square between 2:30-4:30pm
More info: www.campaign84.org

----------- JULY -----------
Sikhi Camp 2006
When: Monday 24th July – Saturday 29th July
Where: Beautiful British countryside
(Coaches leaving various pickup points)

Application Form/ More info: www.sikhicamp.org

----------- AUGUST -----------
Khalsa Camp 2006
When: Sunday 20th August – Friday 25th August
Where: North of England
(Coaches leaving various pickup points)

Application Form/ More info: www.khalsacamp.com

----------- Regular Programmes -----------
Simran at Sunset (Weekly)
When: Wednesdays, 8pm9pm
Where: Singh Sabha Gurdwara,
Alice Way, Hounslow
(Train: Hounslow station from Waterloo Station)

World Sikh Youth Network Simran Programme
(Last Friday of every Month)
When: Friday, 30th June, 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Where: Sikh Missionary Society,
10 Featherstone Road, Southall (Upstairs hall)
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

Youth Student Kirtan Darbaar
(Last Saturday of every Month)
When: Saturday, 24th June, 7.30pm - late
Where: Sri Guru Singh Sabha,
Park Avenue, Southall
(Train: Southall station from Paddington Station)

More info: http://boss-uk.org/#dusk2dawn

Keep up to date with events and national programmes on www.boss-uk.org
by Sikh Soc @ 5/20/2006 08:23:00 pm
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Youth Kirtan Darbar

Vahiguroo Ji Ka Khalsa Vahiguroo Ji Ki Fateh

ਜਹਾਂ ਬੀਸਰੈ ਠਾਕੁਰੁ ਪਿਆਰੋ ਤਹਾਂ ਦੂਖ ਸਭ ਆਪਦ ॥

jahaaN beesrai thaakur pi-aaro tahaaN dookh sabh aapad.
Wherever my Beloved Lord and Master is forgotten - all misery and misfortune is there.

ਜਹ ਗੁਨ ਗਾਇ ਆਨੰਦ ਮੰਗਲ ਰੂਪ ਤਹਾਂ ਸਦਾ ਸੁਖ ਸੰਪਦ ॥੧॥

jah gun gaa-ay aanand mangal roop tahaaN sadaa sukh sampad. ||1||
Where the Praises of my Lord, the Embodiment of Bliss and Joy are sung - eternal peace and wealth are there. ||1||

Saturday 27th May

7.30 pm till LATE

Sri Guru Singh Sabha
Park Avenue

End of Month Youth Keertan Darbar

Free your self from the stresses of Exams and look forward to Summer Holidays take out one night and feed your soul.

Vahiguroo Ji Ka Khalsa Vahiguroo Ji Ki Fateh
by Ravjeet Singh @ 5/20/2006 02:50:00 pm
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