Baisakhi, also called Sankranti, marks the beginning of the harvest season.
Primarily a Sikh festival, it is also celebrated by Hindus, especially in Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
Baisakhi is significant for Sikhs since it marks the beginning of the Sikh new year. They hold kirtans, visits Gurudwara and organise fair and many other events. The day also is the birth of the Khalsa order by Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of Sikhism. This day is also observed as a celebration of spring harvest primarily in Northern India.
Mumbai NCP Leader Dr.Suraina Malhotra Shares her message on Baisakhi Day
Her Message :
This is the Message of Living Life which is practiced, propagated and advised to the coming generations on this Auspicious Day of BAISAKHI, the Punjabi New Year, alongwith Heartiest Greetings to all Indians & to the World with Guru Nanak Devji’s message of Sarbat Da Bhala to All Humankind. I personally believes in secularism our Nation is vey much Secular and full of Multi couture every festival gives us a message of peace and humanity I wish to all Happy Baisakhi from me and my party Nationalist Congress party .