The Sikh community of Connecticut has a longstanding history that has developed over the past few decades. It all began at an individual’s residence in May of 1986, when a handful of Sikh families got together to recite “Keertan” (Sikh hymns) as a congregation. Enjoying the homeliness of this get-together, the families decided to continue their Keertan programs monthly basis in their homes, with families volunteering to host each month in the Naugatuck Valley area. Each program was followed by the traditional “Langar”, or community meal. Some years down the line in 1989, the same group of families decided to rent a hall in Ansonia, CT to celebrate the holiday of “Vaisakhi” – the day of the first Sikh baptism. Several more families joined in from the greater CT area and the congregation continued to grow. Seeing this, the Sikh community decided to officially register as a non-profit organization and begin holding a “Gurdwara Diwan”, or prayer service, more regularly – prompting the birth of the Connecticut Sikh Association, Inc. in November of 1993.
What is Sikhism? Sikhism is a monotheistic faith formed in the fifteenth century by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Guru Nanak Dev Ji along with the following nine Gurus were sent by God Himself to deliver His message. The Tenth Guru then compiled all the teaching of Gurus into the Holy Scripture known as Guru Granth Sahib Ji which presides as the eleventh Guru of Sikhs. Read More
Visiting First time?
Visiting Gurdwara for the first time? Gurdwara doors are open to everybody regardless of their religion, caste, gender or race but there are few guidelines which we request you to follow when you visit any Gurdwara.
Sangrand Month of Poh (ਪੋਹ)
Shaheedi Gurpurab Vadde Sahibzade
Baba Ajit Singh Ji, Baba Jujhar Singh Ji
Shaheedi Gurpurab Chote Sahibzade
Baba Fateh Singh Ji, Baba Zoravar Singh Ji