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Baisakhi 2021

Baisakhi 2021

Baisakhi 2021- Hindu Festivals | Top 10 astrologer in Delhi

Vaisakhi or Baisakhi is observed all over India and marks the beginning of the Hindu Solar New Year. It is a religious and historical festival in India and is usually celebrated on 13th or 14th April. It is majorly a spring harvest festival for all the Indians. It is also known by different names such as Pahela Baishakh or Pohela Boishakh, or Bangla Noboborsho, and is the first day of the Bengali Calendar. The religious or traditional greeting for Bengali New Year is “Shubho Noboborsho,” which translates to “Happy New Year.” When is Vaisakhi 2021? This year it is observed on 14th April 2021, Wednesday, and the Vaisakhi Sankranti 2021 Moment is at 8:39 PM. People all over India celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm and joy. This festival in Northern India is a traditional solar new year, a harvest festivity, an occasion of bath in the sacred rivers such as Kaveri, and Ganges, and to visit temples. It also marks the beginning of the Sikh New Year as per the Nanakshahi Solar Calendar. This is also celebrated as the day when the Sikh tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, established Holy Khalsa in 1699. On this day, Temples and Gurudwaras are decorated, and people visit there to perform some rituals and prayers. People pay gratitude to God for the excellent harvest. This festival is famous amongst the farmers, as this marks the time for the harvest of the crops, specifically the Rabi Crop. Happy Vaisakhi and “Shubho Noboborsho” to everyone!

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