1. People cover their heads. Scarves are available along the way, or you can bring your own.
2. Shoes are taken off before entering the primary prayer. There is a place to store your shoes near the path of all the Gurudwaras.
3. After entering the prayer hall, individuals will kneel in front of the Guru Granth Sahib, as an image of respect. You can decide to do it, or you can sit as you like. You will see that most people make symbolic contributions to the gathering. In any case, it is not mandatory.
4. During helping, men and women will usually sit on opposite sides of the path. It’s just a show, and you can sit anywhere you want.
5. After prayer (darshan) a meal known as langar is suitable for all.

Guru Nanak, the 1st guru, and author of Sikhism established the main gurdwara (Sikh house of worship) in India in the mid-1500s. Gurdwaras were established as a place where Sangat (Sikh strict gatherings) could meet to love as a local area by performing and reflecting on the hymns contained in the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy text).
Individuals from different backgrounds are free to attend gurdwaras or notice religious administration. Sikh religious help focuses on kirtan, singing Sikh songs, and sharing a meal called Langar.
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