Baisakhi


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Baisakhi

(baɪˈsækiː)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) an annual Sikh festival commemorating the founding (1699) of the Order of the Khalsa by Gobind Singh
[from Sanskrit Baisakh (month of the year)]
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More than 15,000 Sikh pilgrims are likely to be visit in the month of April to attend the Baisakhi festival's celebrations in Pakistan.
The next two Shahi Snans will take place on March 15 and April 14 respectively, on the occasions of Somawati Amavasya (new moon night) and Baisakhi (a harvest festival).
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The remaining key days in the Kumbha Mela are Maha Shivratri on February 12, which is considered as the first Shahi Snan or, the royal bath, Somvati Amavasya on March 15 which is known as the second Shahi Snan, Ram Navami on March 24, Chaitra Purnima on March 30, Baisakhi on April 14 which is considered as main Shahi bath and Shakh Purnima on April 28.
TAXILA -- Malaysian pilgrims visited the Gurdwara Punja Sahib in Hassanabdal on Tuesday ahead of the Baisakhi Festival celebrated in April.
Three teams from the Baisakhi Brigade of Blazing Sword Division toiled for than seven hours till midnight at an altitude of more than 13,000 feet in order to rescue every single person stuck in the snowfall, according to army's official statement.
LAHORE -- Evacuee Property Trust Board (EPTB) Secretary Mohammad Tariq has said that foolproof security arrangements has been made for Baisakhi festival and Sikh community's Khalsa Janum Din celebrations.
Evacuee Property Trust Board (EPTB) Secretary Muhammad Tariq has said that foolproof security arrangements has been made for Baisakhi festival and Sikh community's Khalsa Janum Din celebrations.
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The tragedy in 1919 on Baisakhi is one we must never forget.
We organize Eid at Trafalgar Square, Diwali, Jewish festivals, Baisakhi, and Christian events.