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Baisakhi is celebrated as Sikhs New Year as per the Hindu Solar Calendar. This day will be marked on 14th of April in 2017. It is known to be the most important day for Sikhs, as on this day only, Khalsa was established. For farmers, it is a thanksgiving festival. They thank God for providing them a good harvest. Let's read further to know more details.


Baisakhi is a harvest festival, which is celebrated every year on 13 - 14 April. Vaisakhi is also considered as the commemoration of brotherhood in Sikhism (Khalsa). In the year 1699, the tenth guru, Guru Gobind Singhji , decided to break off the practice of Sikh Gurus. He proclaimed the Granth Sahib, which is the holy scripture of Sikhism, to be treated as the everlasting Guru of the Sikhs. After that, the tenth guru came up with the order of Khalsa Panth by means of choosing five courageous leaders of his followers, who were ready to sacrifice their lives to save the people.

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