Visit GGNP Coventry

Our details

024 7622 6057

71-81 Harnall Ln W, Coventry CV1 4FB

By car

Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash (GGNP Coventry) is located close to the Coventry City Centre and easily accessible by car. Parking is available in the gurdwara car parks or on the local streets.

By public transport

Select this link to view the Moovit webpage to see the directions to the gurdwara using public transport: How to get to Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash (GGNP) in Coventry by Bus or Train?

Facilities available

Disabled Parking

Lift Access

Male, Female And Disabled toilets

Free Vegetarian Meals

Presentation Facilities

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Who is allowed to visit the gurdwara?

Everyone is welcome to visit the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash. However, you must not enter the gurdwara if you are under the influence of alcohol,  drugs or tobacco. Smoking is also not allowed at the gurdwara premises.

What shall I wear?

Please dress modestly and bring a head covering with you as this is a religious requirement to have your head covered whilst on site.  Hats and hoodies are not allowed. You will be required to remove your shoes on entering. Please wash your hands in the designated areas.

Do I have to pay to enter?

There is no fee to enter the gurdwara but you are welcome to make a small donation in the Prayer Hall. The gurdwara is a not for profit charity which is run on donations from the community.

What is Langar?

In the Langar Hall you will be provided a free vegetarian meal during normal opening hours. This service is for everyone, regardless of faith and welcomes all to share and eat together. Before you enter the Langar Hall, please wash your hands before picking up the utensils.

What happens in the Darbar (Prayer Hall)?

Darbar means ‘Royal Court’ and will have the throne of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji in the middle. People queue to bow down to Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Next to Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s throne, there will be a small stage where shabad kirtan (devotional singing) and katha (spiritual discourse) is performed.

What is Karah Parshaad?

In the Prayer Hall, you will be offered a portion of some blessed food called ‘Parshaad’, a sweet pudding made of flour, ghee (clarified butter), sugar and water. This is optional and you are not obliged to take ‘Karah Parshaad’.