Purpose of screen is to make pilgrims aware of history as well as Maryada: Harjinder Singh Dhami
Amritsar, May 23: A big screen has been installed at Sachkhand Sri Harmandar Sahib, to provide information about the history, traditions, and necessary guidelines of this holy place to the Sangat (pilgrims) arriving to pay obeisance here. This screen is installed near the main entrance of Sri Darbar Sahib, which has been offered by Jaspreet Singh of the Oberoi Group, UK, and Dubai. Important information and guidelines will be communicated on this screen in Punjabi, Hindi, and English languages to the pilgrims arriving at Sri Darbar Sahib.
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) President Harjinder Singh Dhami, who came to inaugurate the screen, said that Sri Harmandar Sahib is the center of faith for pilgrims from all over the world, who visit here to pay obeisance from across the world. He said that the purpose of installing the screen is to make the pilgrims aware of the history as well as the Maryada (code of conduct) required to be followed during their visit to the Sikh shrine. He said it is important to convey some necessary guidelines to the pilgrims, which will be done through this screen. He said initially, the important guidelines for the pilgrims have been communicated in three languages, while in the coming days, information related to history will also be added. SGPC President also thanked the pilgrims who offered the screen.
SGPC general secretary Bhai Gurcharan Singh Grewal said that efforts are being made to provide necessary information to the pilgrims through modern technologies and accordingly this screen has been installed. He expressed hope that pilgrims will definitely benefit from it. On this occasion, the members of the Oberoi family were honoured by the SGPC with Siropao (robe of honour).
Others present on this occasion included SGPC secretary Partap Singh, Balwinder Singh Kahlwan, manager Satnam Singh Mangasarai, Nishan Singh, Malkeet Singh Beharwal, in-charge media Harbhajan Singh Vakta.