🎋Vaisakhi - वैशाखी

Vaisakhi Date: 13 April 2022
Vaisakhi festival is one of the sacred festivals of Sikhism. Vaisakhifestival is celebrated every year on 13 or 14 April and marks the beginning of the solar year.

Vaisakhi festival is one of the sacred festivals of Sikhism. Vaisakhifestival is celebrated every year on 13 or 14 April and marks the beginning of the solar year. Vaisakhi, also known as Baisakhi or Wasakhi. Which are celebrated in other regions of the Indian subcontinent, such as Pohela Boishakh, Bohag Bihu, Vishu, Puthandu and other regions on the first day of Baishakh.

Baisakhi is especially celebrated in the state of Punjab and North India. Baisakhi has a very special meaning for the Sikh community as it symbolizes the establishment of the Khalsa. On this day, the tenth and last Guru - Guru Gobind Singh organized the Sikhs into Khalsa or pure people. By doing so, they eliminated the differences of high and low and established that all humans are the same.

Baisakhi is a harvest festival for Punjab and is a symbol of the Punjabi New Year according to the Punjabi calendar. In the villages of Punjab, a fair is organized on Baisakhi day. This day is also seen as a Thanksgiving Day by the farmers, whereby the farmers pay their tributes, thank God for the abundant harvest and also pray for the future prosperity.

Related Name
Baisakhi

वैशाखी हिन्दी में पढ़ें

वैशाखी त्यौहार सिख धर्म के पवित्र त्यौहारों में से एक है। वैशाखी त्यौहार हर साल 13 या 14 अप्रैल को मनाया जाता है..

Mythology

Baisakhi has special significance for the two major religious groups in India. For Hindus, it is the beginning of the new year, and is celebrated with the necessary bathing, eating ceremonies and worship. It is believed that Mata Ganga descended on earth thousands of years ago and in her honor, many Hindus - gather for religious baths along the holy Ganges River. This action is celebrated in different ways in places like Ganga in North India, Mughal Gardens in Srinagar, Nagbani Temple in Jammu, Tamil Nadu.

Related Information

Futures Dates
13 April 202313 April 202413 April 2025
Frequency
Yearly / Annual
Duration
1 Days
Begins Tithi
Chaitra / Vaisakha
Ends Tithi
Chaitra / Vaisakha
Months
April
Reason
Establishment of Khalsa.
Celebrations
Sikh New Year, Nagar Kirtan, Fair, Dance, Bhangra, Harvesting.
Imp Places
Gurudwara, Home, Ganga Sagar, Holy Rivers.
Past Dates
13 April 2021, 14 April 2020
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