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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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The envoy-cum-author signed several copies of his book titled "Khooni Vaisakhi: A Poem from the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919" which is the English translation of the Punjabi poem Khooni Vaisakhi by Nanak Singh, Suri's grandfather.
Summary: Nanak Singh seemed to know that he was writing Khooni Vaisakhi for posterity, that it was his responsibility to tell us what happened - lest we forget.
UP to 10,000 people are expected at Coventry's War Memorial Park this Sunday for the annual Sikh Union Vaisakhi sports festival.
Crowds of people are expected to turn out for the annual celebration of Vaisakhi in the city.
Club spokesman Bali Singh Panesar said: "Vaisakhi is the main celebrations of the Sikh calendar and we are working with the local communities and businesses to make it a success.
BY AILBHE DALY TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar attended a celebration marking the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi yesterday.
Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that we welcome Sikh community on Vaisakhi celebrations in Punjab and we share their felicitations.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar Saturday congratulated the Sikh community on the Vaisakhi festival.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said the provincial government congratulates and welcomes the Sikh community on Vaisakhi festival and shares their joy.
'The Seraiki culture is the heritage of the great Indus Valley civilisation and Vaisakhi is being celebrated in the region for thousands of years,' he added.
This year, as dozens of events and parades are planned at gurdwaras or Sikhism places of worship around the province over the next few weeks, there is a new addition to mark Vaisakhi in B.C.
BIRMINGHAM was turned orange as the massive parade and celebration took place for Vaisakhi.