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Thank God for Indian Volunteers in Oz

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Paul McKenzie
CEO of ABS Conveyancing & Valuations
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Indian / subcontinent community in Australia, rising to be one of the largest migrant groups in Australia, is also the largest providers of volunteers, many thanks to great hearts, souls and the traching of their gurus, in religion, back home in India and the Subcontinent. At the time of writing this article, a state of emergency has been declared in New South Wales and Queensland, that coincides with the 550th birth anniversary of the first Guru the founder of Sikhism Sri Guru Nanak Dev, of the Sikh religion. Now migrated to the land, they now called themselves too as Aussies, many Indian and Subcontinent are in local volunteer fire brigades, St Johns Ambulances, State Emergency Services and other emergency service, playing their role, with other colleagues, to stop the bushfire crisis.

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At the same, time Balbir and Lucky Singh, with their charity, GURU NANAK’s Free Kitchenette Sydney -GNFK Sydney, been feeding the homeless, Martin Place Sydney and Alfred Park Central Station Sydney, marking the occasion,  the 550th birth anniversary of the first Guru the founder of Sikhism Sri Guru Nanak Dev, of the Sikh religion. Homeless people at Alfred Park Central Station Sydney, were fed by the GURU NANAK’s Free Kitchenette Sydney charity in 37 degree heat, on the worst day of the bushfire crisis. While feeding the homeless, volunteers kept tune to bushfires across Sydney and other areas, worried about their own homes, family and friends. Many volunteers, from many walks of life, involved with the bushfire crisis, and charity work, also have same concerns of their own home and loved ones.

Thank God for Indian Volunteers in Oz
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Photograph above, an un-sung hero, Punjabi Sikh who is a member of the local Blacktown fire brigade, with his family, in between bushfire duties, praying for bushfire victims. Indian / subcontinent community in Australia, rising to be one of the largest migrant groups in Australia, is also the largest providers of volunteers, many thanks to great hearts, souls and the traching of their gurus, in religion, back home in India and the Subcontinent.

As the current bushfire disaster gets under control, dies down, then there will be stories of heros and the great charity work from the Indian / subcontient community in Australia, to report on. Please send stories and photographs, via email, to [email protected]

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There is also another face of the Indian/Subcontinent people in Australia – charity !

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