Gurbani Contest is being held since 1997. This contest is professionally organized. Experienced judges very precisely monitor the performance of each participant. Participants are judged in the area of clear pronunciation of Gurbani, understanding of Gurbani, language, clarity, style and delivery. Cash prizes, trophies and other awards are pre-sented to participants depending upon their performance and available budget. Punjabi speaking participants receive special cash prizes at the final contest. 

This is an excellent opportunity for participants to understand Gurbani and discuss Guru Ji's message from select Pauris of the Japji Sahib.
This contest also helps participants improve their memorizing Gurbani, public speaking, and presentation skills.
Please see the following brochure for more details: Gurbani Competition 2022 Brochure
You can register  for the contest by clicking on the following:Registration form


Khalsa School is providing preparation classes on Sundays from 12am-12:45 pm - starting October 16th in room 177 at Guru Nanak Khalsa School

The contest at Khalsa School will be held on Saturday December 3rd at 1 pm with trophies and prizes being awarded to all participants. 
We encourage all parents to have their children participate.

FAQ for Gurbani Contest are below:

Qs 1:  Does language (Punjabi or English) matters ?

Ans: No bias in SCORING/JUDGING for the choice of language,  however winners may be given special prize if they have spoken in Punjabi.

Qs 2:   Does it matter if I use my notes during the speech ? 

Ans: There is no penalty points for using notes or no bonus points for memorized contents, however keep in mind if you are referring your notes during the speech you could be inadvertently impacting other areas where you are judged, ex. : expressions, confidence, delivery, timings etc.

Qs 3:   What am I expected to deliver in the speech ?  Pauri‚Äôs Meaning or The  Message ?

Ans: Judges are looking for THE MESSAGE in general or for you in particular that Guru Sahib conveying to us in that Pauri.  Judges are not looking for the meaning or teeka as the primary content of your speech.

Qs 4:   What is the meaning of implementation score ?

Ans: Judges are looking that how would you implement or apply the message in the given puari in your daily life.

Qs 5:  What do i do if I forget gurbani pauri while reading ?

Ans: No worry! If you forget the paurhi while reading. You can restart from the beginning and finish it without any penalty.