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Birmingham Students Experience Religious Diversity in Journey Program

Students from Berkshire Middle School visited Gurdwara Sahib Hidden Falls in Plymouth to learn more about Jainism and Sikhism.

From left: Berkshire Middle School students Christina Young, Rania Abbasi, Kate Marszalek, Ashley Akaba and Emma Marszalek visited Gurdwara Sahib Hidden Falls in Plymouth as part of the 2013-14 Religious Diversity Journey program. Credit: BPS
From left: Berkshire Middle School students Christina Young, Rania Abbasi, Kate Marszalek, Ashley Akaba and Emma Marszalek visited Gurdwara Sahib Hidden Falls in Plymouth as part of the 2013-14 Religious Diversity Journey program. Credit: BPS
Students from Berkshire Middle School recently visited Gurdwara Sahib Hidden Falls in Plymouth as part of the 2013-14 Religious Diversity Journey program. The visit  by seventh graders is just one of a number of religious venues around the Metro Detroit that students will visit this year. It was the first time students went to Gurdwara Sahib Hidden Falls to learn more about Jainism and Sikhism.

Students got to hold Karah Prashad, a sacred pudding made from equal parts of butter, sugar and flour which is prepared in the Langar facility, and served during Gurdwara programs.

What do you know, or what would you like to know about Jainism and Sikhism? Tell us with a comment.

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