About Bhai Sewa Singh Tarmala

Bhai Sahib was born on 10th August 1944 at village Bahuliana, tehsil Chunni in district Lahore. He did his schooling in Abohar and then Giani in 1972 from Punjabi University, Patiala. Bhai Sewa Singh's native village is Tarmala in district Mukatsar, Punjab.

In his early childhood he was inspired to imbibe gurmat by his father S. Kundan Singh and mother Mata Ishar Kaur. In 1978 he took baptism "Amrit" at the inspiring persuasion of his close associate, Bhai Inderjit Singh Narangwal. His mother was spiritually inclined towards Naam Simran. The holy company of his mother and many other saintly souls laid the solid foundation of spirituality in his early life. With Akal Purkh's grace and through Naam Simran and Sabad-Surat practice, he became enlightened.

He preaches and teaches union with Waheguru on the basis of the inspired and the revealed word of Gurbani. Preaching pure gurmat, he explains techniques that lead to an ultimate union with Waheguru through Naam Simarn. His wife Bibi Daljit Kaur is the source of inspiration behind this mission. Many other members of Bhai Sahib's family have been contributing towards the fulfillment of this noble mission.


Swindon Camp

Date: Friday 22nd - Monday 25th August 2014


Location: Crampton Road Greenbridge Swindon SN3 3JJ

Contact Info

01793 529291

01793 826865

Prabh Milne Ka

Chao Gurdwara

Crampton Road




Latest News

New Swindon PMKC Gurdwara Opened 2010

After the anxious wait, the new PMKC Gurdwara has opened in Swindon along with the opening ceremony that took place on the 24th of July 2010. Weekly Akath Kathaa takes place every Sunday by Bhai Sahib Ajit Singh. For the past twelve years Bhai Ajit Singh, has been learning the practical teachings of Siri Guru Granth Sahib, from Bhai Sewa Singh Tarmala. Today Bhai Ajit Singh is sharing this knowledge with Sat Sangat at weekly divans at Gurdwara Prabh Milne Ka Chao, Swindon, Bhai Sahib also travels across Europe and the UK spreading the message of Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

Tuesday 7th April 2009 02:27:15 PM
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