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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

The Khalsa Panth Akhara will be opening a new Akhara in Manchester in the coming weeks. Please see www.khalsapanth.co.uk for details.

Gurfateh Ji

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There are gatka classes at GNNSJ gurdwara on Ladypit Lane, Leeds LS11.

Best if you give them a call.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

I was up in Leeds at weekend for the Smagam in Roundhay Park, and I was under impression that Gatka classes were being held at Chapeltown Gurdwara every Saturday from 7-9, but your poster has no time :)

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

I was up in Leeds at weekend for the Smagam in Roundhay Park, and I was under impression that Gatka classes were being held at Chapeltown Gurdwara every Saturday from 7-9, but your poster has no time :)

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

There was some confusion regarding that. Correct posters will be up soon.

Gatka classes have NOT started yet but will do shortly; most likely on Saturdays at 4-6pm.

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But i was told they have had classes running for last 4 weeks at 6-8 on a Saturday with about 30 kids. So will your class run alongside or instead of, because what would be the point in that?

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Ek Onkar Satnam

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

It good to hear that Gatka is being taught in Leeds, what is the Akhara called.

Gurfateh Ji

"I have no name"

Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Jee Gatka Akhara (UK)

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Bhaji you ignored my question, why do you not join up with the Akhara that is already set up?

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Bhaji you ignored my question, why do you not join up with the Akhara that is already set up?

Maaph karnaa... i didnt mean to ignore u. The poster u saw is for the same class. It's the same Akhara there was just a mix up. That's all... The Akhara will start teaching soon, most likely near Bandi Chhorr Divas; or hopefully sooner!

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Gatka classes run from 6-8 every saturday at Chapletown Gurdwara LS7 Leeds

the Akharas name is "Bidhi Chand Sheena Guru Ka Seena Gatka Akhara" abit of a tounge twister lol

Check it out....

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