Baisakhi festival this year falls on the 14th April and most of the time we celebrate #Baisakhi on 14th April which marks the starting of the solar year.
People in North India, especially in Punjab mark their gratitude to the Almighty on this day of the Baisakhi because of the good harvesting the God blessed us with.
The demonstration, procession and the traditional performances are the highlights of this festival anyway.
The festival has meticulous implication and significances for the Sikhs and celebration of the day was begin from 1699, their tenth Guru Gobind Singh Jiorga.
The festival is named after the New Year as per the solar calendar followed in Punjab. The day rejoices on the first day of the month of Solar Calendar. The Sikhs and Hindu Punjabis celebrate the festival which is quite popular.
This festival has rejoiced with great enthusiasm and vigor. Villages, Cities, and towns are all set to decorate with the lively look with the colorful flags. The meticulous folk song and dance performances also organized on the very same day.
History of #Baisakhi
The History of this festival can be discussed and traced at the period of 1567. Guru Amar Das was harmonized the day consider this day as the signed of togetherness among the Sikhs community.
On the very same day in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh sanctioned and authorized the Khalsa Panth or the “Order of the Pure Ones.” He also offers the title of Panj Pyare to five volunteers who were ready to sacrifice their lives for the sake of their Guru.
Then he also removed the theory of discrimination on the basis of the caste among the Sikh Community. #Baisakhi was named after the New Year as per the solar calendar that is followed in Punjab.
Both Hindu and Sikh communities have a good time together this day with their own beliefs about this carnival.
As per the Hindu mythology, this one also believed that the Goddess Ganga arrived at the earth on this day of the cqarnival.
This day is rejoiced as the honor and this one is contributing to the whole members of the Hindu community by visiting the holy centers in towards the Ganges.
Baisakhi is also regarded as an important day for the farmers because this one is the harvest season. In this season the crops are harvested with great joy which symbolizes the year that also commenced end of the year on the happy note.
This eco-cultural’s implication of the #Baisakhi that is also co-connected with the farmers of the religion which they follow.
How to Celebrate #Baisakhi
The celebration of #Baisakhi Day can be of the 2 kinds, and One belongs to the Sikh community and the other one is from the farming community in Punjab.
#Baisakhi Celebrations by the Sikh Community
This one is also regarded as the day of religious devotion, men, women, and children wake up before the dawn, and should take a bath, wear new clothes and visit the neighborhood Gurudwara, in order to observe different prayers.
Post presentation of religious songs and speeches, kada Prashad (sweetened semolina) is actually distributed to all the devotees on the day of Baisakhi.
The biggest Gurudwaras in Punjab also see devotees on the day of Baisakhi in the massive number.
#Baisakhi Celebrations by the Farming Community
Akin to the Sikh community, #Baisakhi celebrations commence early in the village also. Men and women can wear vibrantly colored clothes and they engaged themselves in the singing and dancing on this day.
The day also turns to be colorful to see, where men and women perform Punjab’s folk dance numbers, Bhangra and Gidda.
Separately from the folk dance performances, sessions of wrestling and kabaddi matches are also organized sometimes.
Happy #Baisakhi Wishes & Messages
“I express my heartiest wishes to you and your family on the wonderful occasion of Baisakhi. May this be the start of a lucky year ahead!” – #HappyBaisakhi!
“May this celebration of baisakhi give your life a new beginning. May give you a positive way of living and above all.” –#HappyBaisakhi!
“May you get showered with blessings of God while you walk on a path of truth.” – Happy Baisakhi!
“May you come up as bright as Sun, as cool as water and as sweet as honey. Hope this Baisakhi fulfills all your desires and wishes.” – #HappyBaisakhi!
“I wish you a very Happy baisakhi. May Wahe Guruji accept your good deeds and convey all the years full of love and happiness.” – Happy #Baisakhi!
“It’s Baisakhi! So get into the joyful mood and let your heart dance to the rhythm of the drums.”– Happy baisakhi!
“May the joyful festival of baisakhi usher in good times and happiness that you so rightly deserve.” – Happy Baisakhi!
“May this Baisakhi carry prosperity of luck and oceans of delight in your life.” – Happy Baisakhi!
“Hope this harvest season brings never-ending joy and prosperity to you and your family. Wishing you a very happy and prosperous” – Baisakhi!
“May this special day of Baisakhi hold in store- the fulfillment of all hopes and dreams that you desire for.” – Happy #Baisakhi
Happy Baisakhi Quotes
“It’s Baisakhi! The time to harvest the ripening Rabi crop. So get into the festive mood and let your heart dance to the rhythm of the drums.” – Happy #Baisakhi!
“Happy Baisakhi to all my friends. May Wahe Guruji bless all souls with happiness and long life.”– #HappyBaisakhi!
#HappyBaisakhi to all my beloved Punjabi brothers and sisters. May you all have a very wonderful day, full of joy and happiness.” – #HappyBaisakhi!
“#HappyBaisakhi to all my Sikh brothers and sisters. I hope celebrations of the day are as colorful and cheerful for you as ever.” -Happy #Baisakhi!
“Happy Birthday to Khalsa. A reminder to forever stand up, speak up and fight against injustice.”– Happy #Baisakhi!
“Happy Baisakhi to all friends. I hope celebrations of the day are as colorful and joyous for you as ever.” – Happy #Baisakhi!
“May the cheerful festival of Baisakhi usher in good times and happiness that you so rightly deserve. Have a wonderful day.” – Happy Baisakhi!!
“May this special day of Baisakhi hold in a store the fulfillment of all hopes and dreams that you aspire for. Have a joyous Baisakhi.” – Happy #Baisakhi!
“May your #Baisakhi be blessed with the bounty of the season and harvest of joy and prosperity.”– Happy Baisakhi!
“I wish you a very Happy #Baisakhi. May Wahe Guruji accept your good deeds, bring all the years full of love and contentment” – Happy #Baisakhi!
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