• Young Khalsa is the Youth wing of the Singapore Khalsa Association (SKA). It was officially inaugurated by Professor S. Jayakumar, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Law, in January 1997. Young Khalsa’s objective is to provide a platform for Young Sikhs t
    o meet, interact and network among themselves as well as with other similar ethnic age groups in Singapore. At the same time, it aims to keep the Sikh community abreast of events and development in Singapore as well as to involve Sikhs in the mainstay of Singapore society.
  • Singapore Khalsa Association actively promotes sports and has teams participating if the National League in the following Sports: Hockey Men National Hockey League Div 1 National Hockey League Div 2 National Hockey League Under 19 Div 2 
    Ladies - National Women’s League Div 2 Soccer – National Football League Div 2 Netball – Anbros National League Div 7A Singapore Khalsa Association also organizes various other sporting events: Young Khalsa Sports Day in conjunction with Vesakhi Mela Vesakhi Mela Sports Golf
  • The SKA Ladies Wing not only plays an active and integral part within the Association, it also works with external organisations on various initiatives that benefit the wider community.
  • Singapore Khalsa Association organises several golf tournaments in Singapore as well as in neighbouring countries every year. We send out information regarding golf-related events in an e-newsletter. If you are not already receiving these and would l
    ike to be informed, please join our mailing list.  Add us to your safe-list - : In order to ensure you receive our updates please add our domain name (i.e. to your safe sender list. Thank you.  
  • The key objective of the cultural section of the Singapore Khalsa Association (SKA) is to focus and maintain a sense of cultural identity amongst Singaporean Sikhs and also to remind younger Sikhs of their rich and diverse culture. In line with the need
    to develop community bonding in Singapore, the SKA’s cultural troupe partakes in performances at a number of community and social functions.
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