Seva, or selfless service, is a fundamental principle in Sikhism and a powerful way of connecting to our community and shared humanity. As Sikhs, we believe in the collective welfare, the concept of ‘Sarbat Da Bhalla’ – the wellbeing of all. This is why giving back to the Sangat and broader community holds such paramount importance. It strengthens our bonds, helps those in need, and is an embodiment of our commitment to uplift and support every individual. This act of service is not just about aid, but a mutual growth and spiritual fulfillment, deepening our faith and bringing us closer to the divine vision of unity and equality.