The Sikh masterpiece that defines Kericho

The 100-foot-high twin domes, numerous smaller ones and minarets that stick out as characteristic of the Sikh architectu...

Gurdwara Sahib, one of the largest Sikh temples in Kenya, has defined and transformed the skyline of Kericho, a town in the South Rift known for its lush tea estates.

The 100-foot-high twin domes, numerous smaller ones and minarets that stick out as characteristic of the Sikh architecture are visible from most parts of the town, especially at night, when they are lit with a wide array of colourful bulbs.

Besides its architectural masterpiece, the structure has taken in its care the Kericho Wagon Works, started in 1925 as a pioneer engineering workshop by Saint Puran Singh Ji, fondly referred to as Babaji.

Babaji is the founder of international charity organisation Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha, which promotes the spirit and practice of selfless service...

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