Gurudwara Dubai is holding an iftar gathering on 21st May 2018. The chairman of Guru Nanak Darbar Dubai, Mr Surender Singh Kandhari, is wishing all Muslims in UAE and overseas a blessed Ramadan … reports Asian Lite News.
Ramadan is a season of brotherhood among people. Especially in India, people invite their neighbours for iftar to break their fast together. There is no religious segregation as families both young and old join to share the food after sunset. The religious harmony and peace that reverberates during the blessed month is felt by all.
Dubai has now become an international city having people from different nationalities and religions. People of Dubai has always taken the opportunity to do good to each other during the blessed month of Ramadan.
Following the age old tradition, Gurudwara Dubai is holding an iftar gathering at 21st May 2018. The chairman of Guru Nanak Darbar Dubai, Mr Surender Singh Kandhari, is wishing all Muslims in UAE and overseas a blessed Ramadan.
The Gurudwara Dubai also houses the Sikh community’s free kitchen service called Langar, which without the distinction of faith, religion or background, serves food three times a day to its visitors. The Langar Hall in Dubai’s Gurdwara has welcomed members of over 45 nationalities in the last five years since its inception.
The Gurudwara Dubai is also the Guinness World Record holder for the most nationalities having a continental breakfast and for the largest distribution of saplings.