Sikh Sewaks Singapore
Sewa Simran Satsang


About Bahadur Bachey (aka BB)


An increasing number of Sikh Children in Singapore were facing issues relating to self-confidence and identity. To address this problem, Sikh Sewaks Singapore pioneered the concept of Bahadur Bachey (Brave Children) in 2006 as a means to increase self-esteem in our young Sikh Children, from ages 6-12. The camp has grown from strength-to-strength annually, resulting in a programme for toddlers, Li'l BB, and a teenagers programme, BB Teens, which has now evolved to become Lionheart.

More specifically, the annual Bahadur Bachey camp aims to help them find their pillar of strength within Sikhi and improve their understanding and knowledge of the Sikh identity. This confidence-boosting also camp allows participants to dislodge their fears and anxiety through character building sessions. The camp curriculum is carefully crafted by experts in the education field. 

Ever since its inception, the camp sees an annual participation rate of 200 children and 70 youth sevadars. The Singapore Sangat also gets involved in one way or another, whether in the form of langgar, logistics or administration.

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Indemnity and Conditions for Parents/Guardians

The information provided in registration must be accurate. All measures will be taken to ensure highest standards of safety practices and precautions. Although your child will be insured, as a parent/guardian, you will dutifully remind your child to exercise safety and precaution at all times during the camp. Please be aware that Sikh Sewaks Singapore and the Bahadur Bachey Organising Committee will not be fully liable for any injuries during the camp.

Indemnity and Conditions for Sewadars

The information provided in registration must be accurate. All measures will be taken to ensure highest standards of safety practices and precautions. AYou will dutifully exercise safety and precaution at all times during the camp. Please be aware that Sikh Sewaks Singapore and the Bahadur Bachey Organising Committee will not be fully liable for any injuries during the camp.


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