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King Charles to inaugurate Eastern England's newly finished Gurdwara

The work for building the new gurdwara commenced in 2020 and is delineated as a powerful 37 by 32 meter wide three storey high construction

Photo Credit: Twitter/@bedscohesion
Photo Credit: Twitter/@bedscohesion 

Britain's King Charles III is expected to formally open a new gurdwara and find out about its work among the local community as he commences his first tour as the monarch of the eastern england region of Bedfordshire.

According to native media reports, the 74-year-old could formally declare open the Nanak Gurdwara (GNG) Luton next Tuesday, speak to local volunteers about its langar service, associated charity for the poverty-stricken and COVID immunizing agent clinics during the pandemic.

At the gurdwara, he will be greeted by Indian-origin faculty member Gurch Randhawa, member of the native Sikh congregation and Director of the Institute for Health research at the University of Bedfordshire.

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