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Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, Gravesend

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One of the biggest Gurdwaras in Europe hosting fantastic facilities for Sikhs and the wider community, including three Meditation Halls, two Langar Halls, fully equipped Lecture Theatre seating 140 people, ICT suite, Library, Meeting Room, etc. Nursery provision to be developed. The compex also includes Sports fields and Sports Hall (home of Guru Nanak Football Club, Kabaddi, Karate, Basketball, etc), Guru Nanak Day Centre for the Elderly, and Punjabi School at weekends.

Phone No. 01474 350 611
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  • Visited today with a group of women. Had to remove our shoes and cover our heads and also wash our hands which we were all happy to do. We were shown around the main rooms where people were meditating...  more »
  • I attended Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara with my Grandfather aged 90 and two children. It is a beautiful Gurdwara located in Gravesend. We had a lovely day out in Gravesend and great memories of this bea...  more »
  • Visited Gravesend to see Pocahontas statue knew nothing of the temple. Was advised to visit as a festival was happening on that day. We walked to the temple and what an amazing site, breathtaking and ...  more »
  • its the best gurdwara in the uk its great 'waheguru'
  • You can go to pray and have your Peace of mind. We are blessed to have a beautiful gurdwara in Gravesend. It's worth the visit. Open to the public....make sure your head is covered
  • Architecturally a beautiful gurdwara that is a credit to the Sikh community. Liked how the main langar hall doubles up as a wedding venue with laid-out tables and all. Didn't like the way that it has been politicised though, really alienating. The usual village idiots obviously have a big influence on the management committee.
  • This isn't a gurdwara this is just a cash and grab. Came all the way from Canada to come see a movie set in the middle of the gurdwara after prayers I came down to large movie equipment blocking everything and disrespectful people with shoes and no ramales yelling at me to get out of the way and stay silent lol. The whole place is beautiful and well done but not for the right reasons obviously the committee that runs it does not care about The culture and the religion they portray, could have done this kind of stuff during after hours not during 6pm when people are coming to pray. Then there is the langar hall which has nothing there (at 6pm) but a bunch of people sitting with there laptops on a table..... There is also no place to sit either to eat but on red chairs thrown around the hall. Just shows that money is worth more..
  • It's huge and quite beautiful. Fireworks display on the night of New Year's Eve is spectacular, though it gets very busy.