Last weekend, the Gurdwara of Delaware, located in Newark, Delaware, held its grand opening at its new location, making it the second Sikh house of worship in the state after the Sikh Center of Delaware (originally established in 1990), located about 12 miles away:
Much about this day was centered on beliefs that originated in the 15th century in an area that is now northern India. The new temple is a reminder of Delaware’s evolving diversity of ancestry and religious beliefs.
Congratulations to the congregation! Read more at The Connecticut Post, which also incorporates a well-written summary of the Sikh faith.