Prince Of Wales Poses With Pop Star Katy Perry, Pays Tribute To Sikh Community In India

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Britain's Prince of Wales paid a tribute to the Sikh community by attending the Bangla Sahib Gurdwara and also met Katy Perry on his royal tour to India.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Britain's Prince of Wales paid a tribute to the Sikh community by attending the Bangla Sahib Gurdwara during where he also tried Seva, known as voluntary work in the community kitchen. In a series of pictures shared by the official Instagram handle of Clarence House, the Prince of Wales can be seen trying a hand at flipping a chapati, with officials and other volunteers accompanying him. Addressing the Sikh Community, Prince Charles who will join the Duchess of Cornwall in Auckland said that he “valued and admired” the community. “This week as Sikhs everywhere honor the founder of your faith, my wife and I wanted you to know just how much your community is valued and admired by us all, and that our thoughts are with you at this very special time”, he said. 

In a personal message on the Clarence House Instagram page, the heir to the British throne earlier said: "As I depart for India, on my tenth official visit, I just want to convey my warmest best wishes to all of you in the Sikh community in the UK, and across the Commonwealth, on the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji," he said. Take a look at the pictures below- 

 WATCH: Prince Charles Visits Bangla Sahib Gurudwara In New Delhi

Prince of Wales in India: 

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The Prince of Wales also met with pop star Katy Perry during his royal tour to India. Take a look- 

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Other engagements in India

Britain's Prince Charles arrived on Wednesday for a two-day visit to India. According to reports, Prince Charles' visit to India will be focusing on the India-UK ties and challenges such as sustainability and climate change. He will also present a Commonwealth 'Points of Light' award to an Indian winner for her exemplary contribution to the field of social development that involves upliftment of disabled children, family counselling and therapy sessions. Along with it, he will also attend a discussion with influent

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