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Ontario Sikhs & Gurudwara Council

A non-profit, social and religious body of Sikhs, organizing the third largest parade in Canada

WHO ARE THE SIKHS

Sikhism, the youngest of the world religions, is barely five hundred years old. Its founder, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, was born in 1469. Guru Nanak Dev Ji spread a simple message of “Ek OnKar” – it mean, We are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation.

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WHO IS THE OSGC

Ontario Sikhs and Gurdwara Council (OSGC) is a non-political representative body of individual Sikhs and Gurdwaras in the province of Ontario. OSGC is an organization whose aspirations are to provide religious and social leadership, to raise awareness of Sikh philosophy, principles and its heritage. OSGC also strives to promote Sikh values and its benefits that Sikhs bring to the communities they live in.

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WHAT WE DO

In addition to organizing the third largest parade in Toronto, OSGC has been in the forefront of providing humanitarian aid in unison with other Canadian and international agencies whenever there has been a call for help.

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KHALSA DAY DOWNTOWN TORONTO

The Ontario Sikhs & Gurudwara Council organizes the largest parade in Canada.

  • Celebrates the establishment of Khalsa is 1699

  • Guru Gobind Singh Ji, initiated the baptismal ceremony

  • Emphasizes the importance of selfless service

This is held annually Downtown Toronto as the Nagar Kirtan and celebrates the Vaisakhi New Year festival — one of the most important dates on the Sikh calendar.

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April 29th, 2018
Khalsa Day Downtown Toronto
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