SIKHI & SINDHI in India
Bhai Gurpreet Singh Mumbai Wale is beautifully explaining the importance of maintaining ‘Amrit Vela’ (Meditating & Reciting Gurbani at dawn before sunrise). The Amrit Vela Trust is based in Ulhasnagar, a township of Mumbai Metropolitan Region in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Ulhasnagar is the Sindhi capital of India as it has a huge population of Sindhi Hindus and Sikhs who settled here after partition. The discourse of Bhai Gurpreet Singh is in Hindi. The message of Guru Nanak is not restricted by language. The majority of the congregation is Sindhi Hindus, same as Gurdwara Sahibs at Ulhasnagar.
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Amrit Velā (Punjabi: ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤ ਵੇਲਾ; [Amrita vēlā]) (Time of Amrit) refers to the early morning period of time sometime between 3:00am and 6:00am or before the dawning of the morning sun which is used for daily meditation and recitation of Gurbani hymns.