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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

The Sri Guru Nanak Sikh Centre Brampton is honoured to operate two Gurdwaras in Brampton.

A Gurdwara, meaning the Guru’s Door, is a Sikh place of worship where the Sangat and those following the Sikh faith gather to pray and pay respect to the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Sikh’s holy scripture. Langar, widely known as an open kitchen, is served daily.

In 1995, with support from Waheguru and the Sangat, we opened the doors to Sri Guru Nanak Sikh Centre Brampton at 99 Glidden Road. Over the years, we have been able to build programs to help support the Sangat with their spiritual growth and community support. Our offerings include Gurmat and Punjabi classes, holiday Gurmat Camps, Karate, Wrestling, Gatka, and much more.

In 2008 we expanded and opened the doors to Sikh Sangat Brampton at 32 Regan Road. This Gurdwara was needed to accommodate the growth of the Sangat in Brampton and beyond, and to meet the growing needs of the congregation. This Gurdwara’s prime location allows Sangat to attend the Gurdwara either by walking, taking public transportation, or driving.

In addition to our regular services and celebrations, the Sri Guru Nanak Sikh Centre Brampton is proud to introduce several new initiatives aimed at serving the community better. These include Niwaas Long-Term Care, Ontario’s first not-for-profit long-term care home specialized in providing care for the Sikh-Punjabi community and Sikheya Institute, specializing in providing young people with the skills and confidence needed to thrive in today’s challenging job market.

Our goal is to not only provide a safe and empowering place for worship but also to be a center for community support, education, and outreach.

Core Values of Sikhi

Naam Japo (Focus on God)

Seva, or selfless service, is a cornerstone of Sikh practice. It involves helping others without expecting anything in return and is seen as a way of serving God. Seva can take many forms, from community service to helping those in need, reflecting the Sikh dedication to the welfare of humanity.

Kirat Karni (Honest Living)

Sikhs are encouraged to live an honest and ethical life, earning their livelihood through hard work and integrity. This value emphasizes the importance of contributing positively to society and rejecting any form of exploitation or deceit.

Vand Chakna (Sharing with Others)

Sharing one's resources and blessings with others is a key tenet of Sikhism. Sikhs are encouraged to share their earnings and help those less fortunate, fostering a sense of community and collective well-being. This principle promotes the idea of communal responsibility and support.
Gudwara Sikh Sangat
Brampton
4:30 AM
Parkash
5:00 - 6:15 AM
Nitnem
6:15-6:30 AM
Ardas/Hukamnama
6:30-8 AM
Asa Di Vaar
8-8:40 AM
Katha
8:40 - 9:15 AM
Dhadi darbar
9:15 - 9:30 AM
Anand Sahib and Ardas
4:45 - 5:30 PM
Sodar Chounki
5:30 - 6:15 PM
Rehras
6:15 PM
Aarti
6:30 PM
Katha
7-7:30 PM
Dhadi
7:30 - 8:20 PM
Kirtan
8:20 PM
Anand Sahib, Ardas
8:30 - 8:45 PM
Kirtan Sohila Ardas/ Sukhasan
Sri Guru Nanak Sikh Centre, Brampton
4:30 AM
Parkash
5:00 - 6:15 AM
Nitnem
6:15-6:30 AM
Ardas/Hukamnama
6:30-8 AM
Asa Di Vaar
8-8:40 AM
Katha
8:40 - 9:15 AM
Dhadi darbar
9:15 - 9:30 AM
Anand Sahib and Ardas
4:45 - 5:30 PM
Sodar Chounki
5:30 - 6:15 PM
Rehras
6:15 PM
Aarti
6:30 PM
Katha
7-7:30 PM
Dhadi
7:30 - 8:20 PM
Kirtan
8:20 PM
Anand Sahib, Ardas
8:30 - 8:45 PM
Kirtan Sohila Ardas/ Sukhasan

Contact Details

(905) 495-120032

32 Regan Road, Brampton, ON L7A 1A7, Canada

Contact Details

(905) 457-575799

99 Glidden Road, Brampton, ON L6T 5N4, Canada