Sikhs in Canada and around the world today celebrate Vaisakhi.  Sometimes also rendered Baisakhi, it is a holiday that combines several celebrations. For the people of the Punjab and other regions of north-west India, Vaisakhi has long been Harvest Festival and a celebration of the New Year. Since 1699 Vaisakhi has been a central Holy Day for Sikhs, who celebrate the establishment of the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh, the last of the “Ten Gurus” of Sikhism.



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