Gurdwara Sikh Temple- The largest Sikh temple outside of India itself. A grand building with its stained glass windows and stunning marble. It can accommodate 3,000 Sikh worshippers at a time

Gurdwara Sikh Temple- Sri Guru Singh Sabha is the largest Sikh temple outside of India itself.

The present temple (Havelock Road) was inaugurated by HRH Prince of Wales – Prince Charles in 2003. Since then many dignitaries such as Former Prime Minister Rt Hon Tony Blair, Archbishop of Canterbury and the leaders of all the Political Parties have visited the Gurdwara. Originally Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall also known as SGSSS established in 1950s.

It is a grand building and an absolute aesthetic delight with its stained glass windows and stunning marble exterior lights up the surrounding area. The temple accommodates 3,000 Sikh worshippers.

Nearest Tube/Railway Station: Southall Railway Station
Address: Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Havelock Road, Southall, London UB2 4NP Tel. 020 8574 4311
Visit the website for more information. Visit also other religious places in London

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