Koyna Earthquake – On December 10, 1967, Koyna in Maharashtra hit the headlines globally. And it left seismologists shaken. A devastating 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Koyna, where a grand, huge dam was built in 1962, caused much misery. The Gurudwara committee sent a team to Koyna. Langar and Clothing were provided to the needy during this time. Medical help was also arranged for the injured.

Similarly help was also provided during the 1993 Latur earthquake that struck India at 3:56 am local time on 30 September. The main area affected was Maharashtra State in Western India. The earthquake primarily affected the districts of Latur and Osmanabad, including the Ausa block of Latur and Omerga of Osmanabad.Khem Singh Arora had sent a jatha from Gurudwara Dashmesh Darbar consisting of at least 40 people for helping out those in need. The team also helped in incineration of the dead bodies.

2001 Gujarat earthquake – The 2001 Gujarat earthquake, also known as the Bhuj earthquake, occurred on 26 January, India’s 52nd Republic Day, at 08:46 AM IST and lasted for over 2 minutes. The epicentre was about 9 km south-southwest of the village of Chobari in Bhachau Taluka of Kutch District of Gujarat, India. Gurudwara sent a team of more than 60 people in Killari and Chirai Nani village to provide food,clothing, medical help. Blood bank services were also arranged.

The 2015 South Indian floods resulted from heavy rainfall generated by the annual northeast monsoon in November–December 2015. They affected the Coromandel Coast region of the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. More than 500 people were killed. Gurudwara sent a team to build permanent huts for the people whose houses were completely destroyed. A team of approximately 40 to 50 people went for the help and provided langar sewa and medical aid.