Vaisakhi 2011,happy Vaisakhi Festival,Vaisakhi parade,Vaisakhi surrey


Vaisakhi 2011, happy Vaisakhi Festival 2011, Vaisakhi parade 2011, Vaisakhi surrey 2011

Vaisakhi 2011,happy Vaisakhi Festival,Vaisakhi parade,Vaisakhi surrey
Vaisakhi 2011,happy Vaisakhi Festival,Vaisakhi parade,Vaisakhi surrey

At many places people takes ritualistic bath in sacred rivers like the Ganges.On Vaisakhi devotees go to the gurdwara early in the morning by taking flowers in hands. Parade through the town is also common on Vaisakhi. Vaisakhi is the birth day of Khalasa which means The Pure Ones. On Vaisakhi, all Sikhs celebrate the birth of the Khalsa and reflect on the values taught to them by their gurus.It is culturally and traditionally regarded as an important and significant Punjabi festival.

Vaisakhi is also known as Baisakhi or Basakhi  is New Year festival celebrated in the Punjab region. Vaisakhi is a Sikh religious festival and marks beginning of a new solar year, and new harvest season. Vaisakhi 2011 will fall on 14th April, Thursday as per the Gregorian calendar. According to the solar Nanakshahi calendar it is the first day of the Baisakh month.
Vaisakhi festival is celebrated in almost all the places in India by the Hindus by the different names. Other parts of India celebrates this New Year Festival as Nau Roz (Kashmir), Cheti Chand Gudi Padwa (Maharashtra), Naba Barsha (Bengal), Goru Bihu (Assam), Puthandu (Tamil Nadu), Bisu (Tulu Nadu region inKarnataka), Vishuva Sankranti (in Orissa).
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