About CSA

The Canberra Sikh Association (CSA) is a non-profit religious, educational and social organisation representing the Sikh population of the ACT and surrounding regions.

All the devotees and visitors, who come attend Sangat (Holy congregation) in the Canberra Sikh Gurdwara (Sikh Centre), are provided with free Langar (Free Kitchen). The community kitchen system encouraged the Sikhs to eat together in Pangat (in one row) irrespective of religion, caste, colour and creed. In Langar, rich and poor, Sikhs and non-Sikhs, all share food sitting together in one row.

The aims and objects of the Association are:

  • To promote in Australia the understanding of the Sikh philosophy, religion and culture.
  • To provide a common meeting ground for persons interested in Sikh culture and philosophy and to exchange ideas with other ethnic, cultural, community and religious groups.
  • To establish charitable and welfare programs for the community in general and assist new Sikh migrants to settle in Canberra.
  • To organise activities connected with education and social development of the community.
  • To establish and support research programs, and provide scholarships to students in need for further education.


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Canberra Khalsa Punjabi School, Enrolments open.

January 25, 2016
Canberra Khalsa Punjabi School is commencing its current academic session with its first class on 7 February 2016. Interested students are requested to fill in the enclosed admission form and hand it to any of the school teachers during school hours ( 10.30- 11.30 am ) every Sunday. For more details please contact Ramanpreet Singh at 0433882996. Click here for Punjabi School Enrolment Form