Karsewa : Self less service in Sikh Tradition

karsewa
Karsewa
: The word kar was taken as derived from the Arabic q’ar meaning “to go to the bottom, to make deep, bottom, depth (of well, etc.).” Kar-sewa is thus applied specifically to the work of dredging or removing by manual labour sedimentary mud and garbage, collected at the bottom of a sarovar, sacred pool or tank, over the years. Sikhs male and female, old and young comes from high or low locality consider it a privilege to participate in kar-seva.

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One Response to Karsewa : Self less service in Sikh Tradition

  1. Karsewa.org says:

    Karsewa : Self less service to mankind.

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