Sikligar Sikhs Project

“ਜਾਣਹੁ ਜੋਤਿ ਪੂਛਹੁ ਜਾਤੀ ਆਗੈ ਜਾਤਿ ਹੇ

MLSS carried out Seva or the Sikligar and Wanjara Sikh families. We also provided them training to sew and gifted those new sewing machines who completed their training provided by MLSS and become a professional.

MLSS also installed water systems to provide fresh & clean water and helped them with funding for the education of their children.

Sikligars Sikhs were ‘lohars’ (ironsmiths/metalworkers) who once accomplished in the art of making and cleaning weapons. The term ‘Sikligar’ was offered to this local area by Guru Gobind Singh for whom they had skillfully turned Lohgarh (the Iron fort at Anandpur Sahib) into the Sikh Armoury.

In bygone eras, Sikligar Sikhs were overwhelmingly popular for assembling lances, swords, safeguards and bolts.

Nonetheless, with the appearance of present-day weapons and modern innovation the Sikligar Sikhs endured monetarily. They are presently impoverished individuals who likewise face social segregation in light of their “low caste”.

Our team in India identified those families who need our help the most. MLSS encourages you to give whatever you can assist us with rebuilding the existences of a local area who merit an aware spot in the public arena and a brilliant future for their people in the future.

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