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Make Vaisakhi memorable

Make Vaisakhi memorable

As we get older, we want to keep this spark and excitement of Vaisakhi alive. Here are five ways to make Vaisakhi memorable this year!

Start the Punjabi New Year on a Positive Note

Start the Punjabi New Year on a Positive Note

Life is going by, and we want to make sure we are living in the present, and making the best of it!

Reuniting the Khalsa Family

Reuniting the Khalsa Family

The most commonly held story is that Sikligars first met Sikhism during the time of Guru Hargobind Sahib.

VAISAKHI: A Day of Thanksgiving & Culture

VAISAKHI: A Day of Thanksgiving & Culture

Vaisakhi being one of the important festivals of Punjabi culture, it would not be wrong to call it as the ‘Thanksgiving of Punjabis.’

Nagar Kirtan: A Reflection of Sikh Culture and Identity

Nagar Kirtan: A Reflection of Sikh Culture and Identity

Sikhs only make up about 1.4 per cent of Canada’s population, but our influence and exposure in Canadian society has drastically increased over the past few years. 

Vaisakhi Parade: A Symbol of Unity, Diversity and Acceptance

Vaisakhi Parade: A Symbol of Unity, Diversity and Acceptance

Commonly known as the Vaisakhi Parade, the large assembly of religious floats are organized to travel on a route around the city.