Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Oxford

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Sikh Khanda

The Sikh symbol Sikh Khanda

The Khanda (Punjabi: ਖੰਡਾ, khaṇḍā) is one of the most important symbols of Sikhism alongside the Ik Onkar. The khanda is like a "coat of arms' for Sikhs. It was introduced by the sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind Ji. It is an amalgam of three symbols,[1] represented by three different items. It is commonly found on the Nishan Sahib or flag of the Sikhs, anywhere in a Gurudwara.

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Nishan Sahib

The Sikh flag Nishan Sahib

Nishan Sahib is the name given to the flag which is seen flying outside every Sikh Gurdwara (Temple). It is a triangular piece of ochre or saffron coloured cloth with the Khanda emblem in the middle. The flagpost also has a khanda or spear on top and is usually covered with the same cloth as the flag. The use of the Nishan Sahib was first introduced by Guru Hargobind.

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Ik Onkar

The Sikh Philosophy Ik Onkar

"There is Only One God". The first 2 words in the Guru Granth Sahib & main cornerstones of Sikhism. It is combination of 2 characters, numeral ੧, Ikk (one) & first letter of word Onkar (Constant taken to mean God) - which also happens to be the 1st letter of Gurmukhī - an ūṛā, ੳ, coupled with adapted vowel symbol hōṛā, yielding ਓ.

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Our Opening Times: 6am - 8pm 7 Days a week

Regular Weekly Programme


Day Programme Path Start Time Langar
Every Day Prakash Nitnem Paath - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 6.00 am
Every Day Rehras Path Rehras Paath - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 6.00pm
Every Wednesday Divan Rehras Path - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 6.00pmAll Day
Kirtan Samapti - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 7.30pm
Guru Ka Langar 7:30pm
Every Saturday Divan Rehras Path - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 6:00pmAll Day
Kirtan Samapti - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 7:30pm
Guru Ka Langar 7:30pm
Every Sunday Divan Sukhmani Sahib Paath - Giani Ji 10.00amAll Day
Kirtan Samapti - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 7.30pm
Ardas Samapti - Guru Kar da Giani Ji 12.00pm
Guru Ka Langar 12.30pm