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Millennium Celebrations/Inerfaith Events

On l6th. December 1999 a multifaith festival was held in Birmingham Chamberlain Square organised by Birming-ham City Council and the Ro-tary Club in which groups representing different faiths participated. These groups included the Sikh Nari Manch Choir proudly rep-resenting the Sikhs as well as gospel, and school choirs, the Salvation Army, and a Hindu group.

To celebrate the arrival of the millennium the SNM organised an Akhand Path from the 30th. Dec. 1999 - 1 st. Jan. 2000, at the home of Bibi Manjeet Kaur in Yardley.

Since then the Choir has participated in many interfaith events such as International Music Festival at Greenwich Park organised by the Music Village, Interfaith Concert at Symphony Hall, Barmingham organised by the Friends of Birmingham. The Choir has performed many times at the Birmingham Cathederal, Council House, Cenral Library and other libraries, Museums, Churches, Friends Halls, indu Temples etc.

The choir sings in the orginal text Punjabi first and then translation in Eglish poetry is sung in a unique style by mixing Indian and Western music. Its bilingual singing is greatly appreciated by all.

Other pages in this category

Brindley Place
Mata Bhag Kaur's Day
Ladies Spiritual Camp
Mata Gujri Ji'S Martyr Day
Sikh Nari Manch's First Sponsored Walk
Millennium Celebrations/Inerfaith Events
Mata Sahib Kaur's Birthday Celebations
A Spiritual Residential Weekend For Women


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