History of Sukhmani Sahib Parivaar

Sukhmani Sahib Parivaar (SSP) originally began in the Year 2000 as an initiative by some veer’s (brothers) who had the wish to carry out regular Sukhmani Sahib paath together at their residences. It originally started with a handful of members carrying out this Seva at their own houses, through which slowly, the word got around & more Sangat wanted the Sangat to come to their house to carry out the paath. At one point, the name Sukhmani Sahib Parivaar was given to the group of people who carried out this Seva for which the name has still stuck around till today. Every week, the Parivaar would attend a house to carry out Sukhmani Sahib paath where another 3-4 people would then request the Parivaar to also attend their houses. Slowly, more members started to join the Parivaar to attend Sangat’s houses along with many more bookings came through. As of now, the waiting list for the Sunday Sukhmani Sahib paath is more than 5 years for those wishing to have paath at their house due to the extremely high demand.

Over the years many members of the Sangat have been able to attend these events. Due to the very high demand in Sangat wishing to organise paath at their house, an evening kirtan amalgam was then also organised which meant 2 Smagams were running weekly at Sangat’s houses in the West London area.

SSP also carries the responsibility of picking up the rubbish left behind at the Southall Nagar Kirtan which takes place in April & November. This is not only a way of serving the Sikh community, but the local community in the area to help provide cleanliness in the area. All the rubbish is organised & put in bags ready for the local council.

Another aspect of the organisation is running Jora Ghar’s (Shoe Racks) at Mahaan Smagams across the UK. Jora Ghar’s are essential at all Smagams to keep the Sangat’s jore (shoes) safe & well looked after. These include thousands of shoes being store under a token system with volunteers as young as 5.

Over the past 20 years, Sukhmani Sahib Parivaar has helped many kids from a young age, build the confidence to do kirtan in public.

Our Mission

To inspire younger generations through Seva, to further advance the Sikh faith. Assisting the community in current affairs to prevent the damage that could be caused by certain affairs. To carry out events focusing on youth to help build their skills to a professional level. To carry out educational camps for the youth to help educate on worldly & religious affairs.

Our Future

Over the past 20 years, SSP has come a very long way in serving the community. In celebration of the 20 years, Sukhmani Sahib Parivaar has announced plans & visions for the future.

These plans include carrying out much more than religious events and will allow the organisation to focus on the current affairs affecting the local community. A lot of things go unnoticed or are purposely brushed under the carpet due to the cultural influences of the community. SSP is taking a stance to change that after hearing some of the situations kids & families are going through these days.

These events will include running day camps for parents, youth & kids. Running regular events for the elderly in order to help them keep active and engaged with others. Running training for people of all ages to help develop skills in different sectors.

Eventually, we aim to take this organisation to an international level which will carry out the objectives of SSP in countries abroad.

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