Gurudwara means Guru’s threshold. Every Gurudwara has a Nishan Sahib, which symbolises spirituality and secularity, this is a beacon of refuge to all, where you will be assisted, comforted and served.
When attending a Gurudwara, one should wear modest attire, remove shoes and cover one’s head when entering the place of worship, as this is a sign of respect for the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Bow in front of the Guru Granth Sahib Ji when joining the congregation. Most people offer money or other offerings towards the daily upkeep of the Gurudwara.
Most people do Seva when they go to the Gurudwara, praying, serving, cooking, cleaning, teaching etc.
Clapping is not allowed in a Gurudwara.
No alcohol, tobacco, or non vegetarian food is allowed in or on the premises of any Gurudwara.