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  • n. A Sikh place of worship.

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Examples

  • After 10 years of work, the members of the Sikh Cultural Society completed their 26,000-square-foot temple called a gurdwara in 2000.

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  • "Shooting at the gurdwara is a different experience altogether," he said.

    The Times of India

  • Court filings alleged that elections had not been held at the temple, known as a gurdwara, since 2002, in a move designed to perpetuate the board.

    www.appeal-democrat.com - News :

  • The Sikh Center of the Gulf Coast in Houston, a gurdwara, provided the kitchen facilities to cook the meals for evacuees.

    November 3rd, 2008

  • Like the times when Samar leans for her mother into a hug, or the moment when Samar was in the gurdwara.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • And he keeps getting moved from one gurdwara to another when each community finally gets tired of having him hanging around.

    It May Take A Union To Get Singh Deported For Good « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • There is an internal logic, even if you may not consider it a justification, in the fact that the mosque, gurdwara and church continue to play a far greater role in minority politics than the temple does in majority thinking.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • I think we all know that they are the great and the good of the local mosque, mandir or gurdwara.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • It doesn't matter if you go to a church, temple, mosque or gurdwara , it comes down to keeping a peace of mind in the face of challenges.

    India's Rocket Man Powers Up

  • Hundreds of Sikhs, some dressed in traditional outfits, gathered outside their gurdwara, or temple, in Southall, west London, late yesterday after earlier rumours circulated that it was next on the looters' hitlist.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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