Baisakhi ( April 14)

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Baisakhi ( April 14)

Post by Raeja on Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:22 am

A significant holiday in India, Baisakhi has different significances for different parts of India and celebrated variously across the country - as the anniversary of the establishment of the Khalsa order for the Sikhs, as a traditional harvest festival in many northern states of India, and also as the beginning of the new year by the people of Nepal and Indians in West Bengal, Tamilnadu and Kerala and some other regions of India. Check out a splendid section on Baisakhi that includes enlightening articles on the origin of the festival and the traditions related to it, send attractive e-greetings and wallpapers themed to the occasion to loved ones, try lip-smacking recipes and exciting quiz associated to the event and much much more.

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