Published: Oct. 24, 2018
A Sikh Langar

For the first time in the state of Colorado, a Sikh Langar will take place on a university campus. This event is entirely organized by CU Boulder's Sikh Student Association, the only Sikh student organization on the mountain slope in the U.S.

If you go

Who: Open to the public
What: Sikh Langar
When: Monday, Oct. 29, 7–9 p.m.
Where: UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom

Langar is Sikh tradition that serves as a 500 year old anti-segregation movement. It symbolizes the importance of sitting side-by-side as equals to enjoy a meal, regardless of differing religion or backgrounds. By coming together to prepare and share a simple meal, Langar acknowledges that humans are equals, all deserving of the same love and respect.

All are welcome to come break bread with the Sikh American community and learn about the community and its contributions to the history of our nation. The Oct. 29 event is free and open to the public.

Please email with any questions. Catch up with the student group on social media at @SikhBuffs.