Baisakhi marks the beginning of New Year, particularly in the northern part of India. It is among the few Indian festivals that has a fixed date. Baisakhi is always on 13th April, this time ripening Rabi crop. For this reason it is a grate festive mood. In Kerala Baisakhi is called as 'Vishu' and in Tamil Nadu, it is celebrated as 'Puthandu'.
The Sikhs celebrated this festival as a collective birthday of the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. However 13th April is a grate time for celebration so celebrate this beautiful day with your friends, family and loved ones also wish them happiness all the year round.
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