Sikhs served Langgar at
Fauja Singh’s Olympics Torch relay in London
London, 21 July 2012 -
Serving Langgar and cheering up Bhai Fauja Singh who carried the Olympic
Torch in Newham, east London. Watch http://youtu.be/6sxGiosnA1s in HD.
This Reportage includes running of Bhai Fauja Singh with Olympics Torch
and volunteers who prepared and served Roti Rolls at the London Olympics
Langgar Sewa of wrapping Rotti Rolls started on 21st July 2012 Amrit Vela
from 3:30 am at Gurdwara Guru Nanak Darbar in Southall, UK.
During this event, Sikhs served 20,000 free vegetarian meals (Langgar) in
celebration of this momentous occasion to nearby passers by and made an
effort to spread the message of Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikhism.
Fauja Singh is the oldest ever Olympic Torch bearer in the Olympics. He is
a living legend that make us proud and is an inspiration to all of us! We
are honoured to have met and spent time with him. Langgar 2012 is
initiated by a UN-affiliated, international non-profit, NGO, humanitarian
relief, human development and advocacy organisation UNITED SIKHS.
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