WILL YOUR SERVE OLYMPICS LANGGAR TOMORROW?
Jul 20, 2012
20th July 2012, London, UK– Will you prepare and serve Langgar tomorrow (21st July 2012) when tens of thousands of people will turn up on the streets of London when the Olympics Torch is carried by 101 year old marathon runner, Bhai Fauja Singh in Newham, where the Torch is carried for the first time in the borough which is the home of the Olympics stadium.
The Langgar Service Point where Fauja Singh will carry the Torch: On the Pavement at the junction with Hunts Lane after High Street and before Bow Flyover, which is close to the 13.50 marker on the attached Torch Route map for Newham. test
Sikhs Gear up for Olympics Langgar 2012
Jul 10, 2012
London, UK, 10th July 2012– On 21st July 2012, the eyes of the global community will be on Fauja Singh, the 101 year-old marathon runner, the oldest torch bearer at London 2012, who will be carrying the Torch on the 64th day of the Olympics Torch Relay, when it reaches Newham, where the Olympic Stadium is located.
UNITED SIKHS Launches Olympics Langgar Pre-Events
Jun 06, 2012
London , UK, 7th June 2012 - Thousands of Sikhs saw an exhibition of larger-than-life drawings of Sikhs last weekend, organized by UNITED SIKHS for the Langgar 2012 as a pre-event to celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay run by 101 year old Fauja Singh on 21st July 2012, in the run-up to the London Olympics.