Guidelines for Visiting Kirtani Jathas and Other Sikh Preachers

It is a practice for Sikh Gurdwara management, in Singapore, to bring in Sikh Kirtani Jathas (groups singing hymns) and preachers, from India and other parts of the world, for special religious occasions, at different times of the year.

The paper highlights the various policy measures the Singapore Government has instituted to maintain and enhance religious and racial harmony; and proposes a framework for the leaders of the Sikh Gurdwaras for identifying and managing overseas Jathas and Sikh preachers so that Singapore’s national policy, on racial and religious harmony, continues to be supported by the Sikh community.

Guideline for visiting Kirtani Jathas and Sikh Preachers – Paper, Slides