How California Gurudwaras have cemented Hindu Sikh divide created by the British

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During a recent visit to California visited Gurudwaras at Yuba City, Freemont and San Jose.

The Yuba City Gurudwara was made in 1969, Freemont in 1978 and San Jose renovated in 2004. The first two are relatively simpler structures whilst the third, built at a cost of $ 32 million, is probably one of the best gurudwaras worldwide, definitely a must see.

The purpose of this article is to share key observations made during visit to each Gurudwara and briefly state how the British created a Hindu Sikh divide in Punjab.

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