IN PHOTOS: Sikh holy day celebrations take place in Charlottetown
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Sikh temple in Charlottetown celebrated Khalsa Sajna Diwas, the anniversary of the delivery of the Sikh faith on April 16.
It was the primary time the out of doors procession was held in P.E.I. and drew lots of of individuals to the quiet streets across the Sikh temple, additionally known as the gurudwara.
Inside, the holy e book, known as the Guru Granth Sahib, was learn cowl to cowl by the temple’s priest earlier than being introduced exterior to a specifically ready litter embellished with flowers.
A whole bunch of individuals adopted the procession of the holy e book which was led by a bunch of individuals sweeping the streets and was guarded by 5 Sikh warriors there to symbolically implement the equality of all folks.
The holy e book was carried to a number of stops alongside the route the place meals was shared amongst all those that gathered. A big meal and prayers had been deliberate for the afternoon of the all-day celebration.