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Lautoka Gurudwara Fiji


Lautoka Gurudwara Fiji
The gurudwara was founded in 1933 by the newly arrived sikh immigrants from Jullundur and Hoshiarpur.Religious celebrations include all Gurpurbs.Marriage,Akhand Path and Sahaj Path. Sikh sangat is informed about various programs by Radio Fiji announcements. There are 5 gurudwaras in different parts of fiji having one Kindergarten,three Primary schools and one khalsa college. Suitable Accommodation is available for 25-50 visitors. There are about 800 members of the sikh community in Lakoutta and about 1500 in Fiji.
Address: P.O.Box 50, Lautoka City, Fiji (679)660685 will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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