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Sikhism in Germany

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German Sikhs are a religious minority in Germany. Many German Sikhs have their roots from the Punjab region in India. They number between 15,000 to 21,000.[1] Germany had the third highest Sikh population in Europe after United Kingdom and Italy.

In the early 21st century, also native Germans have adopted the Sikh Faith. Frankfurt, is also known to the Sikhs, as Mini Punjab, because of a great Sikh Population, residing there. Information about Sikhism and an updated list of Gurudwaras in Germany, Austria and Switzerland you can find on the DISR German information center for Sikh Religion, Sikh History and Culture - DISR website: or under


Here are a list of some of the gurdwaras in Germany.

  • Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Sabha, Munich
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Augsburg
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Berlin
  • Gurdwara Shri Guru Darshan Sahib, Bremen
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha Duisburg, Moers
  • Gurdwara Nanaksar, Essen
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Frankfurt am Main
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Hamburg
  • Singh Sabha Sikh Center, Hamburg
  • Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Darbar, Hannover
  • Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Iserlohn
  • Gurdwara Shri Dashmesh Singh Sabha, Cologne
  • Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash, Cologne
  • Gurdwara Shri Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib, Cologne
  • Gurdwara Guru Shabad Parkash, Cologne
  • Gurdwara Gurmat Parchar, Leipzig
  • Gurdwara Shri Singh Sabha, Mannheim
  • Gurdwara Guru Nanak Mission, Nuremberg
  • Gurudwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Paderborn
  • Guru Nanak Niwas Gurdwara, Stuttgart
  • Gurdwara Sahib, Tübingen
  • Gurdwara Nanak Darbar, Offenbach am Main
  • A full updated list you can find at:

Places with a significant Sikh population


updated list please visit

  1. ^ "Mitgliederzahlen: Sonstige - REMID - Religionswissenschaftlicher Medien- und Informationsdienst e.V." (in German). Retrieved 16 August 2017.
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