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Sikh Educational Cultural Society

The Sikh Satsang of Indianapolis, Inc./Sikh Educational and Cultural Society
> President Mr. Maninder Singh Walia; email: <>**
> NCI Representative: Mr. Maninder Singh Walia <>*
The President may tap among a group of dedicated representatives as needed:
Baljit Singh Oberoi; Narvinder Singh Bhola; Harpreet Singh Sandhu; and others as needed
The Sikh Satsang has been serving the Sikh American community since the early '70s.
The community has grown from a few families in 1970 to over 2,500 families today.
The Sikh Gurdwara (Temple-Acton Road) is located at: 10950 Southeastern Avenue,
Indianapolis, IN 46239 with an average attendance of 300 people every Sunday
that often includes out-of-town guests; interfaith and civic leaders; law enforcement
officials; students from local schools and colleges; and the heads of service, community,
and cultural organizations.
The Sikh Satsang of Indianapolis is a non-profit (501c)3 organization with a duly elected
Executive Committee and a Board of Trustees. There is no formal membership fee;
everyone is welcome to join for worship or fellowship.
The Sikh Satsang members are encouraged to mainstream their energy and talents
and have over the years generously supported local events and humanitarian projects:
Interfaith Hunger Initiative; fundraising efforts for disaster relief; participated in
educational and interfaith forums; and in events such as 500-Festival Parade;
Festival of Faiths; Asian American Alliances' Race for All Races; school programs
and many other events and celebrations in Indiana.


Baljit Oberoi
Chirjeev Oberoi
Komal Kohhar,