YSA organises cultural shows to showcase the vibrant culture and heritage of the Sikhs. These shows also include participation by other ethnic groups in Singapore to promote greater understanding and appreciation of the different cultures and how they give Singapore its unique, rich, social blend.
These dhol teaching sessions will be organised for enthusiasts who are keen to excel in this art. These sessions aim to allow Sikhs to master the traditional art of Dhol playing while enabling them to interact and network with one another. At the same time, the sessions will help them to further understand the richness of the Sikh culture and heritage.
Dhol and Bhangra Competitions
To further highlight the Sikh culture, dhol and bhangra competitions will be organised annually. These events will enable talented young Sikhs to come together to display their talents, abilities and vigour, encouraging them to further excel in these activities.
The organisation of cultural exhibitions by YSA, and in collaboration with other Sikh institutions, aims to promote the Sikh culture and community. They also provide an important means for the other communities to better understand and appreciate the Sikh culture, heritage and tradition
Bhangra Nites provide an ideal platform to bring young Sikhs together so that they can interact and socialise and, to put it simply, just have great fun.
Launch of SG50 Publication - "Singapore at 50; 50 Sikhs and their Contributions"
Guest-of-Honour: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
28 November 2015
Project Khwaish XV, Punjab, India
6 - 26 December 2015
November 2015Acting Minister for Education stresses on importance of passion for success and value of role models
April 2015YSA spearheads charity adventure to Phuket on wheels
April 2015Promoting multi-racialism and healthy lifestyle through football
YSA's programmes are organised through membership, annual subscription fees and the kind support of donors.