About us.

We would like to welcome each and every one of you to the Salana Barsi Samagam Website of Sant Ishar Singh Ji Maharaj, Rara Sahib Waleh.

Let us all pay homage to the great Sikh Samparda of the first beloved one (Panj Pyare) of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj; Bhai Sahib Bhai Daya Singh Ji Maharaj.

Sant Ishar Singh Ji Maharaj propagated Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s path of Gur-Sikhi for over 50 years, travelling to East Africa the UK and all over India, spreading the message of peace, love and Gurbani with their roohani Kirtan updesh.

It brings us great joy that we are able to celebrate the life of one of the greatest saints. Even till today Sant Maharaj’s bachan’s and kirtan have a profound effect on whoever listens to them.

The Salana Barsi is the annual Barsi commemoration to be held on such a big scale. Since 1975 this event has been held in homes and gurdwara’s across the UK, to be finally bought together in one annual event.

As well as organising the annual Samagam, we hold smaller events and partake in many types of Sewa throughout the year. This includes helping those in poverty and financial hardship through langar and help with daily life which can include food provisions for households and clothing.

Alongside our digital partner – DigiSangat.co.uk we have actively been supporting bereaved families throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, by holding online Sukhmani Sahib (Prayer of peace) for the families as well as online Kirtan sessions, all free of charge. When a person passes away in Sikh Tradition, a Sehaj Paath (reading of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, from beginning to end) takes place. Although the Sehaj Paath’s have been taking place, families and close friends have not been able to pay respects due to the social distancing measures, DigiSangat.co.uk and Barsi Samagam Organisers together gave the opportunity to families to do Paath (pray) together in honour of their lost ones online via our YouTube & Facebook pages.

Alongside DigiSangat.co.uk we also took partake in a World Wide Mool Mantar Jaap which was started to target 250,000 Mool Mantars which in fact ended on over 11 Million Mool Mantars, which was done for Sarbhat Da Bhalla (welfare of all).

With the blessings of Sant Baljinder Singh Ji, the Arambh took place at Gurdwara Karamsar, Rara Sahib and Bhog took place in the U.K. showing live on our digital Platforms as well Sikh Channel internationally.