Khalsa Diwan

The Khalsa Diwan was established on 1 January 1901, as the ‘Siri Guru Singh Sabah’. The Sikhs were part of the British Army that moved into Hong Kong in 1841. Khalsa Diwan played a significant role in the independence struggle of India through its support to the Ghadar Party. It has a large library, and also arranges free medical consultation by specialists. It provides food to visitors, and board and lodging for those staying for a period of up to 14 days. It has started Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Educational Trust to help school children in their studies after school hours, and conducts computer classes, helps students financially to pursue studies in universities and undertakes other charitable work.