Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib Ji Saroops in London Warehouse Stopped

Update: 9/29/13


Below is from an Individual Present at the Meeting Between Sangat and the Gurudwara Committee:

“Following the beadbi of 22 Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib de saroop, Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar committee acknowledged their mistake at the meeting held on 21st September 2013 at the GND gurdwara and would hold an Akhand Path on the 27th September and bhog on tbe 29th September 2013 to ask forgiveness from Maharaj and Sangat.
In the following days of this meeting the GND committee rescinded THEIR decision and told sangat they would write a letter to Sri Akal Takht adminishing blame and defending their position in the situation.
Upon meeting Jathedar Sahib along with members of Sangat, GND committee DENIED a decision had been made to hold an Akhand Path and that they were only writing a letter denying blame.
Below the YouTube clip should further shed light in the lying nature of this committee, the clip is from the meeting held on the 21st September where the committee promised to hold an Akhand Path and originally accepted responsibility..”

Update 9/25/13

Local Sangat and Guru Nanak Darbaar Committee Members have a meeting to Discuss the Saroops of Guru Granth Sahib Ji which were left inside a Warehouse in London.

Sangat and Comittee Members Agreed to:

1. There will never be Brajman Guru Granth Sahib Jee’s Swroop in the Warehouse.

2. There will never sent Guru Maharaj Swroop to India.

There will be an Akhand Path Sahib for forgiveness from Maharaj from all sides and to request Maharaj to bless all and to work together in the future and to raise awaress of Satkar.

To Understand the Full Story watch and read Below:


It has come to light that on September 3, 2013, Sikhs living around London, received information that 22 Saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji were being stored in a Warehouse Facility in Feltham, West London(later taken to another location) to be shipped out to London for Agan Peth Seva (cremation) as those who had collected them said they were Biird “too old to be read”. The same people involved in storing the Saroops in the warehouse reportedly sent around 400 Saroops in India during 2007. After the Saroops were sent to India in 2007, Sikh Jathebandis and other committee leaders and representatives decided that such an action should be an agreement of the entire Sikh Community of UK and not just a few individuals. The 22 Saroops were located in Guru Nanak Darbar Gurudwara Sahib in Southall after the head of the Gurudwara Sahib met up with the concerned sangat. Reportedly, the sangat discovered the Saroops were kept in a very small humid room with zero circulation of air, fans were immediately brought in and some singhs stayed with Maharaj Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji to look at the Saroops whether they really were “too old to be read”.

After Careful examination by the Singhs, the Singhs declared the Saroops to be perfect and were surprised they were declared as being Biird(Old). One of the Saroops were in Larevaar dating to being printed in 1940, A Historical Puratan Saroop. The Singhs along with the head of the Gurudwara Dr. Wadhwa agreed the Saroops were in good condition with some needing minor Binding Recovery, a seva which will be done at a Gurudwara Sahib Havelock Rd, Gurudwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha. Thanks to the efforts of the local Sangat a massive beadbi of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s Saroops was Prevented.

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