Bus Service
Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi is the first Gurudwara in Jalandhar to launch Free Bus Service to pick and drop Sangat from their houses to Gurudwara Sahib. Bus goes in different surrounding areas during moring time. People of old age are more benefited by this service.


Palki Sahib
Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi also started Palki Sahib in special Van to carry Sri Guru Granth Sahib to any Sikh’s house on various occasions. This Van is properly equipped with Air Conditioner for convenience of Guru Sahib and Sikhs alongwith them. This is also free service by Gurudwara Sahib.

Ambulance was started by Gurudwara Sahib to carry patients in case of emergency from any part of city to any hospital.

SMS Service
Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi launched Free SMS Sewa to keep Sangat update about any events held at Gurudwara Sahib or any activity related to Sikhism. To join this service you have to fill the SMS Alerts form on the right side of this web page or SMS your Name and phone no. to 9815588388.

Live on Cable TV

Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi is first Gurudwara of Jalandhar City to launch Live Program of Katha in morning as well as evening on Citi Cable in Jalandhar. This service was appreciated by Sikh Sangat of whole of the city.

Turban Tying Coaching Centre
Turban Tying Coaching Centre is also running by Gurdwara in evening times. For more details please contact:

Gatka (Sikh Martial Art) Coaching
Gatka is martial art of Sikhism and now Punjab government has recognised Gatka as Sports. Gurdwara Sahib is running Gatka Classes for people of any age who want to learn it at 1 Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar, Jalandhar. This coaching is also free of cost. You can contact Manpreet Singh Gaba at mobile 9876000018 for further enquiries.

Shudh Gurbani Ucharan Coaching
Shudh Gurbani Ucharan is one of most important need in today’s time. There are also classes for this service. Students learn how to recite Gurbani in right accent with proper pronunciations and grammar.

Dastar March
This March is held every year to promote turban among sikhs who are cutting hair and going far away from Sikhism. Small kids paritcipate in this nagar kirtan with turbans on their heads.

Shastar Dharan Divas March
This nagar kirtan is held every year on the day when Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib started wearing Miri – Piri Kirpans. Every Sikh who participate in this march has Blue/Kesari turban on his head and with Sri Sahib (Sword) in his/her hand. This march also symbolises Chardi Kala of Sikh Panth.