Vaisakhi, also known as Baisakhi, marks the first day of the month of Vaisakh and is traditionally celebrated annually on the 13th of April.
April 13 as a spring harvest festival especially in North India. In addition, other cultures and the Indian diaspora celebrate this festival
To the Sikhs, in addition to their importance as a harvest festival, Sikhs captured kirtans, visiting local Gurdwaras.
Vaisakhi looks at major events in the history of Sikhism and the Indian subcontinent taking place in the Punjab region.
The holiday is also known as Vaisakha Sankranti, based on the Hindu calendar Vikram Samvat, and is known by various regional names in some parts of India.
The name Vaisakhi or Baisakhi is a type of Apabhraṃśa derived from the name Vaishākhī (वैशाखी), derived from the Indian month name Vaishakha.