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IGS strives for a spiritually awakened, educationally progressive: socially Gurmat oriented and politically united Khalsa Panth.

Undeterred by the enormous challenges to the Sikh Community, both from within and outside, IGS stands firmly committed to continue to do its part in rekindling the Sikh Spirit in every heart.

IGS aims to team up with other like-minded Sikh Organizations to work towards bringing the pristine Khalsa Glory back to The Khalsa Panth.

IGS Firsts: IGS has pioneered the Sikh Youth Camping Movement at the International level for the past 35 years.

It is also the first Sikh organization to hold co-ed camps for Sikh youngsters

.Over the years, IGS has popularized singing of Gurbani amongst Sikh youth and taught Shabad Kirtan to hundreds of them. Several IGS Kirtani Jathas made up of young professionals have dedicated their time in spreading the Guru's message through melodious Shabad Kirtan lovingly rendered in various countries. IGS Kirtan performances have deeply touched the hearts of world's Sadh Sangats.





  • Los Angeles, Feb 02, 2011: Capt. Kanwar Harbhajan Singh passed away

Capt. Kanwar Harbhajan Singh passed away on January 30, 2011 and he will be greatly missed by the entire IGS family around the world. He dedicated his life to spreading the message of the Gurus, constantly motivating the future generations to maintain their Sikh identity.Details of the Cremation Services and Bhog are as follows: Cremation Services:Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011: 10 a.m. to 12:00 Noon at Fairhaven Memorial Park & Mortuary; 1702 Fairhaven Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Tel: (714) 633-1442 ----Buena Park Gurdwara: Guru Ka Langar 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Buena Park Gurdwara; Bhog and Ardaas: Saturday, February 5, 2011: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The Guru Nanak Sikh Temple Buena Park, 7122 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90621
Phone: (714) 670-8843







Capt. Kanwar Harbhajan Singh was running International Institute of Gurmat Studies, Inc. (IIGS, or popularly known as IGS) is a non- profit, religious Sikh organization for the past 25 years in California

It was founded in Lucknow, India in 1955. At the time it was known as "The Young Sikh Missionaries".

In 1972, it expanded its vision and charter and was renamed "Institute of Gurmat Studies ". Its offices were moved to New Delhi and its membership, hitherto restricted to young men was opened to the young Sikh women as well.

In 1979, IGS went International by holding its first camp outside India (the 12th Sikh Youth Camp) in Kathmandu, Nepal. Since January 1985, it has been headquartered in California, USA.