Welcome to Katong Gurdwara
Guru Nanak Sat Sang Sabha traces its roots back to the 1950s when families living in the Katong area used to gather at the homes of the Sangat to conduct Kirtan. As the congregation (Sangat) grew it became evident that a permanent place was required to meet the spiritual needs of the Sikhs living in that area. A bungalow was purchased at Wilkinson Road by Sardar Inder Singh Bajaj for this purpose in 1962. The adjoining bungalow was bought the following year and a permanent Gurdwara was erected in 1969. It was built in tradition of architecture of Gurdwaras found in India.
It is also reported to be the first Gurdwara outside of India to have a marble “Paalki” services in the form of morning and evening diwans are held daily and a more comprehensive programme takes place every Sunday. Important anniversaries in the Sikh calendar such as the birthday’s of the Sikh Gurus (Gurpurbs)and Vaisakhi are also celebrated. All services are performed strictly according to the Sikh traditions. To read more about the Gurdwara Sahib history click here.
Quality Religious Services
To propagate Sikhism by providing quality religious services.
To create awareness and inculcate the practice of the Sikh way of life.
Learning of Gurbani & Kirtan
To organise and promote the learning of Gurbani and kirtan.
Joining Sangat to Guruji
To lead the Sangat to become and remain AmritDhari Sikhs.
What we do
Langar Outreach Program
The Langar Outreach Program (LOP) is a group of volunteers from various races, religions and faiths who Donate Funds, Cook, Pack and Deliver food to financially and/or physically challenged persons across all religions and races in Singapore.
Gurmat Sangeet is a unique musical tradition which is five centuries old. It is part and parcel of the Sikh religion. Find our more about our classes.
Sikhi for Children
Sikhi for Children are special classes held on every alternate Sundays. We aim to engage our smallest ਬੱਚੇ and educate sikhi in a fun and creative way. Find out more about our classes by contacting us.
Dastaar Tying The dastaar is an article of faith that represents honour, self-respect, courage, spirituality, and piety.(Individuals available to teach you how to tie a Dastaar/Turban)
Taekwondo Classes conducted by our very own Taekwondo Instructor Virender Singh. Virender holds a 6th Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo awarded by the Singapore Takewondo Gymnasium. He has an International Instructor Certificates from Kukwon (South Korea). He has been coaching since 1999, and is a Taekwondo Examiner at the Singapore Takewondo Gymnasium. Classes are held every Sunday at 11am. Contact instructor Virender Singh at +65 91009778