Temple of the Sikh Faith

The Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, is revered as the final living Guru. Here it is seen watched over by priests at Havelock Road Gurudwara in West London, 2014

The Sikh holy book, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, is revered as the final living Guru. Here it is seen watched over by priests at Havelock Road Gurudwara in West London, 2014

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12 thoughts on “Temple of the Sikh Faith

    1. I have indeed; a few times. Very early morning and evenings being the best times with extremely beautiful atmosphere and light!
      The one in my picture is the Havelock Road Gurudwara in Southall, West London. Apparently the biggest outside India.

  1. You love Gurudwaras, don’t you Peter! I remember you telling me Amritsar is one of your favorite places :) This is a brilliant shot — that beautiful light is what photographers strive to capture.

    1. I do love the Gurudwara Uday, however, since my wife is Panjabi, I go there quite often and always take my camera incase I see something interesting. I’d seen this before but the light was unusual on this occasion and I was happy to get a good amount of time sit and watch!
      I don’t get as much travel as I’d like and haven’t been to Amritsar for several years now unfortunately.
      Glad you like this picture!

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