When is Baisakhi

When is Baisakhi

Festivals in India are celebrated with great fun and gaiety. Among these, Baisakhi is one major festivals among Sikhs and Punjabis which usually falls on the month of April as per the Gregorian calendar. For the farming community of Punjab, Baisakhi marks the time for the harvest of rabi crops and they celebrate this day by performing joyful bhangra and gidda dance. But, for the Sikh community, Baisakhi festival holds a religious significance. It is said that on this day Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru laid the foundation of Panth Khalsa - the Order of the Pure Ones. But, all in all, both the festivals are celebrated with great fun and enthusiasm by all. The articles assigned in this chapter discuss about when is Baisakhi and the gifts which you can send to your dear ones in India on this festival.

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Baisakhi 2017

When is Baisakhi in 2017 - The Punjabi New Year

Baisakhi Calendar 2017 14th April 2017 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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Baisakhi 2016

When is Baisakhi in 2016 - The Festival of Mesha Sankranti

Baisakhi Calendar 2016 13th April 2016 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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Gifts

Baisakhi 2015: The Grand Festival of Courage and Joy

Baisakhi Calendar 2015, 14th April, 2015 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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Gifts

When is Baisakhi in 2014?

Baisakhi 2014, 14th April, 2014 Baisakhi calendar 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sa

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When is Baisakhi in 2013?

Baisakhi 2013, 14th April, 2013 Baisakhi calender 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri S

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When is Baisakhi in 2012?

Baisakhi - 13th April, 2012 Baisakhi Calendar 2012 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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When is Baisakhi 2020?

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. The Punjabis celebrate this festival by dressing up in their best and brightest clothes and organizing various cultural events. The Bengalis celebrate this day as Poila Boishak an

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