The word 'Sangat' is the Punjabi form of the word 'Sangti' which implies organization. It can likewise be alluded to as some type of cooperation or affiliation. In the vocabulary of th Sikhs, the word 'Sangat' holds an extraordinary criticalness. It implies a gathering of men, ladies or kids who meet up for a religious meet, particularly in the organization of the Guru Granth Sahib.
Regular utilization of the word Sangat' now alludes to any get-together of the Sikhs, either at a Gurudwara, or a private living arrangement, within the sight of the Guru Granth sahib, with the end goal of a religious supplication, social function or guideline. It is in the Gudri Bazaar locale or Mohalla of Chatra in Jharkhand that the Sangat of Udasi Panth of Sikh regulation happens.