Over the last two decades, the Valley's Indian immigrants have built at least a dozen Sikh temples to serve a growing community.
But many temples are often short of one thing: young adults, some of whom say they feel like outsiders.
They don't like the temple politics and don't have command of Punjabi, the primary language of the service. They want more youth activities and projects to keep them interested.
"There's a generational divide," said 27-year-old Naindeep Singh, regional leader of the Jakara Movement, a nonprofit Sikh youth organization.
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