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Sikhs worship in a temple called a Gurdwara. Gurudwara means "the doorway to the guru", is a place of worship for Sikhs, the followers of Sikhism and also a place where weary travellers and pilgrims may rest and eat. A gurudwara is also referred to as a "Sikh temple". The most significant gurudwara of the Sikhs is the Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar, Punjab, India.
The Golden Temple in Amritsar is a Gurudwara
It is important for a community Sikhs set up local places of worship called Gurudwara. Services are held in the morning and evening including:
- Asa-di-war kirtan
- Sukhmani sahib paath
- Akhandh Paath
- Ardas and Hukamnama
- Kirtan programs
- Naming Ceremony
- Marriage Ceremony
- Antim Sanskar
- Amrit Ceremony, etc
- A Sikh Gurdwara in Canada