Nepal Govt. Issues Coin Celebrating Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

NEPAL, Asia— The Nepalese Government has issued a coin of Rs. 250 with an image of Sri Guru Granth Sahib engraved on it. The release of the coin has drawn attention of Sikh community across the world. Sikh intellectuals and leaders are expressing their appreciation to the Nepal government.

Nepal Coin

In an official email to the Nepal Government, General Secretary of Sikh Youth Front Bhai Papalpreet Singh said that Sikh masses have no word to express their gratitude to the Nepal Government. “Truly the Government has given deep respect to Sikh religion for which its followers would be thankful forever” he added.

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  1. I appreciate the Government of Nepal for issue of this coin on the auspicious celebrations of 550th birth anniversary of Siri Guru Nanak Dev ji the founder of Sikhism. God bless Nepal and Nepalese!
    Dr. Rajinder Singh Malhotra, Florida, USA

  2. Thank you very much to the Nepal Government from the bottom of my heart. The Sikh community will always be grateful for your honour to us.

  3. This commemorative coin was released in 2004….marking the 400th aniversary(1604).why is being projected as if it was done now???
    The coin is now in possession with sardar narinder pal singh ji, an avid sikh artefact collector.


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