Ranchi, Jharkhand | November | Sunday | 22, 2015 :: Team Lens Eye [ News Portal ] welcomed Prabhat Pheri organized by Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Ranchi. A large number of Sikh devotees participated in this. Today was the Last day of the Prabhat Pheri. All the team members of Lens Eye were present on this occassion A parbhat pheri is a seva whereby a group of Sikhs go around a neighbourhood at amrit vela to recite gurbani and Kirtan. Parbhaat means morning time; i.e., after 4 am. Pheri means roaming or making a round. Together, the words stand for a mini-procession which makes the rounds in a neighbourhood, starting in the early hours, singing praises of Waheguru in the form of shabads and kirtan. It is accompanied by a person carrying the Nishaan Sahib, the Sikh Standard. It generally stops en route at a private home or business premises – a different one each day, depending on who has volunteered to do tea-and-snacks seva that day. These pheris are held daily, commencing a couple of weeks before each major gurpurab. It prepares the community and puts it in the mood of the upcoming high holiday.