It is the harvest festival; marks the beginning of solar year. On this day Khalsa Panth was founded in Sikhism in the year 1699. Here’s how these celebrities look at Baisakhi.
Sonu Sood: It’s a new beginning and we should make resolution to do something good in life.
Boli & bhangra
Pammi Bai: Something has gone missing for me about Baisakhi because of the economic condition of farmers.
It Brings peace
Himanshi Khurana: The celebration of Baisakhi is a symbol of purity and peace for me.
Divya Dutta: I am from Punjab, so Baisakhi was always very special for so many reasons. It really was lovely to see everyone around in colourful clothes celebrating, distributing sweets and doing bhangra.
New clothes & good music
Prreit Kamal: Just the word Baisakhi uplifts the mood. I will do whatever I can to make it special.
Iqbal Khan: For me, each day that brings something good is worthy of celebration.
Kumar Sanu: Ever since I can remember, I have been offering prayers and celebrating the festival with my family.
Seva & kadha prasad
Vardhan Puri: Ever since I was a toddler, every Baisakhi we would visit a gurdwara and do seva.
Arzutra Garielle: Even though I grew up in London, my family made sure to celebrate all Indian festivals.
Hope for safety
Arjan Bajwa: I remember, in school, there used to be a Baisakhi celebration.
Power of prayers
Kulraj Randhawa: My grandparents made sure all the grandkids were together to mark Baisakhi.
Kadhi chawal & lassi
Karanvir Sharma: I absolutely love celebrating festivals with my family. I love celebrating Baisakhi over New Year because of the cultural connect. From kadhi chawal to phirni to lassi are served on Baisakhi at our place.
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