Saturday, November 18, 2017


Gurudwaras in Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea was a very backward country. In the early 1970s many Sikhs came to teach in the schools and new Uni.of PNG.
There were also a number orf Sikhs that came through the UNO as government administration officials.Others as Doctors, Engineers etc. A few Sikhs from Malaysia, India and Indonsesia and Fiji also followed in businesess.
These Sikhs sat the Gurdwara Sahib near the Papua New Guinea University and carries a PO box address.

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