Langar Hall at Civil hospital

New Langar Hall at Civil hospital

The langar was an innovative charity and symbol of equality introduced into Sikhism by its founder, Guru Nanak, around 1500 CE in the North Indian state of Punjab, designed to be upheld among all people, regardless of religion, caste, colour, creed, age, gender, or social status. 

Our government's fundamental motto has been to "wholeheartedly serve the people." A new Langar Hall has been unveiled at Civil Hospital in Sangrur, which will serve patients at both Tata Cancer Hospital and Civil Hospital.