Being a harvest festival, Baisakhi is less of a religious festival and more of a social event. Farmers, both Sikh, and Hindus thank their respective almighty for a successful harvest. This day is also the first day of both the Sikh and Hindu calendar. Unlike the common perception of Baisakhi being solely a Punjabi festival, this day is celebrated in various parts of the country that includes Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and some parts of South India.
Baisakhi, the harvest festival is one of the most prominent Indian festivals. It is celebrated widely in the state of Punjab by the entire Sikh community with great exuberance and zeal. Baisakhi marks the commencement of the solar year in India and the foundation day of Panth Khalsa. The entire Sikh Community celebrate this important festival of India to thank the Almighty for harvest and prosperity.
This section is a prolific collection of Baisakhi gifts. This section is further divided into four categories namely gift hampers, chocolates, dry fruits and sweets. Choose one of these delightful stuffs to manifest your love and affection for your loved ones and make this festival more endearing.