Sikh Dharma of Colorado had its beginning in 1968 when Yogi Bhajan, who would later be known as Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, came to United States to teach Kundalini Yoga. In addition to being a yoga master, Yogi Bhajan lived as a devoted Sikh. Through his inspiration, insight and example, many Westerners,....    Read more

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2105, Boulder, CO 80306-2105

Contact us at: (970) 658-0586


© 2017 by Sikh Dharma of Colorado. 


 A Gurdwara is a place of worship

where Sikhs come together to

listen to the Divine Word

embodied in the Siri Guru Granth

Sahib (the Sikh Sacred Texts).

Gurdwara translates to the

Guru's Door. It is the door to

God and Guru.

The first Gurdwara in the world

was built by Guru Nanak in 1521

at Kartarpur, Pakistan. It is built

on the historic site where Guru

Nanak settled and assembled a

Sikh community after his

missionary travels. The present Gurdwara is built on the site where Guru Nanak is popularly believed to have died on September 22, 1539.

​5. As we walk into the main hall, we walk towards the Guru, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib (the Sacred Sikh Text which is placed higher than the congregation).

6. Sikhs will offer a prayer in front of the Guru, bow, and give a donation. You may, if you choose do the same. To bow is to humbly bring your forehead to the floor, linking your third eye to the Divine Wisdom and Light that emanates from the Guru. As one bows, one's heart is higher than our head, allowing us to come from the heart rather than the head, and giving our head to God.

7. Women and men sit on different sides, women mostly on the right and men on the left hand side.

8. We do not point our feet towards the Guru (the Siri Guru Granth Sahib - Holy Scriptures).

9. Sing along with the congregation, or meditate while listening to the sacred hymns.

10. Stand up during Ardas (Sikh prayer).

11.Humbly receive the Prashad (sweet pudding) at the end of the service. This Prashad is to remind us of the sweetness of God.

12. Langar (free food) will be served in the langar hall, where everybody sits in rows.

Gurdwaras in Colorado

Colorado Singh Sabha: 20555 E 120th Ave, Commerce City, CO 80022, (303) 697-6374

Denver Sikh Gurdwara: 7275 S. Lima Street, Englewood, CO 80112, (720) 432-8390

Guru Ghar Colorado Springs: 4330 Iron Horse Trail, Colorado Springs, CO 80917, (719) 574-8261

What to know about visiting a Gurdwara:

1. Take your shoes off, and place them in the designated area.

2. Wear a modest and practical attire for you to sit on the floor.

3. Wash your hands.

4. We cover our heads in the main worship hall, the Diwan Hall. Either bring a head covering, or one will be provided for you.

Everyone is a welcome guest at a Gurdwara regardless of religion, gender, color, caste or class.