Sikhs Sing Shabad Kirtan On The Great Wall Of China & Celebrate Gurupurab, Watch Video

Isn’t it exciting and even more heartwarming to find some Indian-ness while travelling abroad? Whether it’s spotting an Indian restaurant when you’re craving ghar ka khana or just coming across a foreigner who can speak the same language as you, these things just instantly put a smile on your face.

In a similar incident, a group of Sikhs were spotted singing the Shabad kirtan at the Great Wall of China, reported India Today. In a video that has been going viral, the group can be seen sitting on the floor with harmoniums and a tabla and singing the kirtan melodiously. They grabbed the attention of many passers-by who just stood and enjoyed the experience.

Have a look:

The month of November is regarded as Gurupurab by the Sikh community. The Kirtan was supposedly sung to commemorate Shri Guru Nanak’s 550th Birth Anniversary.

Netizens were swayed by the video and some even expressed homesickness on seeing it!

The melody of this video has got me hooked. BRB, playing on loop!