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Ambassador of Finland to India pays obeisance at Sri Harmandar Sahib with family

Amritsar, May 27, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Ambassador of Finland to India, Ritva Koukku-Ronde with her family today expressed devotion by paying obeisance at Sachkhand Sri Harmandar Sahib, Sri Darbar Sahib. The ambassador was honoured later at the information center by the officials of Sri Darbar Sahib.

Expressing her views, Ritva Koukku-Ronde said that she felt relieved after paying obeisance at Sachkhand Sri Harmandar Sahib and she is highly impressed by the Langar (community kitchen) service done by the Sikhs.

The Finland Ambassador said that after visiting here one gets the message of hard work, meditation, equality, and human unity from the Sikh culture.

On this occasion, additional manager of Sri Darbar Sahib S. Satnam Singh, information officers S. Sarabjit Singh and S. Randhir Singh were present.

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