One of the first Gurdwaras built in the United Kingdom, the Khalsa Jatha is a historical place for the Sikh Community in London. Founded in 1908 in the heart of Shepards Bush, London, and created with Royal Patronage via Maharaja Buphinder Singh of Patiala, this Gurudwara is a serene place of worship.
It is being refurbished and thousands of people from all the globe have come forward with donations. One visit here and you will be surprised with the spiritual and uplifting atmosphere of this gurudwara.
Philosophical teachers regularly hold weekly classes where they teach about the purity and refinement of Raag Kirtan. They also explain the depth essence and universal teachings of Sikh philosophy. The Sangat are hugely welcoming and the Langar serves delicious homemade food to the poor and homeless. The Langars have always been the Sikh community’s very generous service that’s open to everyone, no matter what your background, religious belief, race or gender.
The historical Gurdwara has been a place of homage by many renowned saints and individuals: Teja Singh, Sant Attar Singh Mastuana Wale, His Highness Maharajah Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Late Khushwant Singh (author/historian/writer), Shaheed Udham Singh and Sant Fateh Singh.
58-62 Queensdale Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 4SG
Mon – Sun : 6 AM – 7 AM
Phone: 020 7603 2789