Dawn of a new ‘seva’ era for Singapore Sikhs

Dawn of a new ‘seva’ era for Singapore Sikhs

The Independent·2018-01-01 19:05

The Singapore Sikhs have plenty of reasons to hold their turbans high as the new season dawns on a new chapter for the Singapore Khalsa Association (SKA).

Structurally, the re-opening of the SKA clubhouse, after a major upgrading costing $12 million on December 30, marked a landmark for further bondings in education, culture, sports and social within the community and integrating with the multi-racial Singapore community.

The Singapore Khalsa Association’s (SKA) building at Tessensohn Road was constructed in the late 1960s as a focal point for the educational, cultural, sporting and social needs of the Singapore Sikh community.

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