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NRIs Celebrate Vaisakhi/Baisakhi:

The Tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh to form Khalsa - Brotherhood of Saint Soldiers to fight against tyranny and oppression.

For many centuries after that, the first male child of many Hindu families in Punjab was ordained as a Sikh in order for him to train and become a warrior and fight



  • 2011: LA: Sikh Spirit and Pageantry AT THE LA Baisakhi Celebration Celebrate- Los Angeles Convention Center, California USA....READ

  • 2009:Los Angeles: Sikhs Celebrate - Miracle of Baisakhi in Los Angeles- Annual Baisakhi program at the Los Angeles Convention Center, estimated as being the largest Baisakhi celebration in the United States...Read

  • 2008: BC: Issue of Sikh militancy not over yet: Prominent B.C. politicians, including Premier Gordon Campbell and opposition leader Carole James skipped the Vaisakhi Parade in Surrey......Read More
  • Los Angeles mayor Wears Turban During Baisakhi Celebration on April 6, 2008- NRI Sikhs in Southern California celebrated the 309th Anniversary of Baisakhi from 7:30 am to 5 pm at the Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa Street. Gurdip Singh Malik, Nagar Kirtan organizer told representative.....Read More






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Vaisakhi Day is of paramount importance for the Sikhs, as it was on this day Guru Gobind Singh - the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs sought to eliminate social discriminations with the establishment of the universal caste Khalsa Panth.
Baisakhi or Vaisakhi Festival is celebrated as the Sikh New Year and the founding of the Khalsa Panth. History of Baisakhi traces its origin from the Baisakhi Day celebrations of 1699 organized by the Tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh to form Khalsa - Brotherhood of Saint Soldiers to fight against tyranny and oppression. .....More

Vaisakhi is an important celebration to the Sikh followers. Like any other celebration, Vaisakhi brings Sikhs together for a day of celebration. It displays the values of the culture and introduces outsiders to the Sikh way of life. The lavish decorations show the Sikhs love for rich and bright culture. The Sikhs act out what they believe about the tolerance for other religions. This celebration invites all religions to join in the celebration for the harvest season; a true act of tolerance.