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Live Kirtan From Malton Gurdwara Sahib
Malton is a neighbourhood in the northeastern part of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, located to the northwest of Toronto. Sri Guru Singh Sabha Malton provides live kirtan broadcast online of its selected programmes. You can listen to live kirtan telecasts from Malton Gurdwara live through embeded media player below.
Along with Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Malton's growing Sikh population is served by its own school. The Khalsa Community School is on Airport Road just next to the Malton Gurdwara. Currently the school only offers classes up to Grade 8, but there are plans to move the school to a larger building in Brampton. The school will then be able to offer education up until Grade 12. The school is not a private school specifically directed to only Sikhs but to all students of any caste, creed, religion, or race. The Malton Gurdwara also provides a wide range of services to the community. Along with providing shelter to new immigrants and tutoring to students, it also has gymnasium facilities and martial art classes for children. From time to time it arrangesblood donation camps, educational workshops & seminars in addition to hosting religious ceremonies.

Live Kirtan from Malton Gurudwara:
Malton Gurudwara provides regular Live Kirtan broadcast online. Most of the times this is an audio service but on many important occasions live video kirtan/katha is also telecast. You can listen or view Live Kirtan here on this page. If it doesn't work for you try different browser. Internet Explorer with Windows media player works best.

Regular schedule of Programmes in Malton Gurdwara:
Program Timings
Parkash, Hukamnama and Morning Nitnem 2:30am to 3:30am
Sukhmani Sahib  3:30am to 4:30am
Simran 4:30am to 5:30am
Ardas, Hukamnama and Asa di Var Kiirtan 5:30am to 7:30am
Kirtan and Katha 7:30am to 1pm
Kirtan and Katha:  3pm to 5pm
Evening Nitnem: 5pm to 5:30pm
Kirtan and Katha 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Ardas, Hukamnama and Sohila Sahib 8:30pm to 8:45pm


How Malton Community Started


About 100,000 Sikhs live in Ontario, most of them around the GTA. Waves of Sikh immigrants left India in the 1980s because of the difficult religious and political climate back home. A steady stream continues today.

Many Sikhs took jobs that revolved around Toronto's Pearson International Airport. For these people settling in the surrounding areas made sense. That's how the older, more established Malton community started. It later branched into newer neighbourhoods in Brampton and Mississauga.

It was that universal immigrant ambition to earn a better life that brought the first significant wave of Sikhs from the Punjab to southern Ontario in the late 1960s and early 1970s. There were a handful of Sikhs back then, clusters that settled around their then scarce places of worship, called Gurdwaras.

In 1952, a new Malton Public School was created on Airport Road and was closed in June of 1981 after a massive decrease in students due to the ope

ning of many schools.  After closing, the school was purchased by the Sikh community in 1987 for its Gurdwara Building and led to the increase in Sikh population seen through the late 80’s to the present.


Malton Gurdwara Address






In the News


Akshay Kumar visits the Khalsa School Malton


Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar visited the Khalsa School Malton in Mississauga for celebrating the opening of a new computer lab. Kumar generously made donations towards the lab. President Sri Guru Singh Sahba Gurdwara Malton thanked Akshay for his contribution.Khalsa School (Malton) has been offering students  a quality nurturing educational program from J.K. to Grade 8.

Read the full news story here.


Malton Gurdwara Sahib in Pictures


        From Inside


       From Outside

       Khalsa Community School Malton