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Vaisakhi and I The Journey

Vaisakhi and I The Journey

Explore the spiritual journey of Inni Kaur as she reflects on the profound significance of Vaisakhi, drawing parallels between the historical events of 1699 and her path of self-discovery. Embracing the name "Kaur," she finds liberation and self-acceptance. Through trials and triumphs, she discovers the transformative power of love within the House of Nanak, enriching her life with Sabad (Infinite Wisdom).

The Spirit of Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan

The Spirit of Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan

For millennia, Vaisakhi has symbolized the harvest season when farmers would reap their crops and welcome the onset of a new year. Since 1699, Sikhs have added another layer of significance to this occasion, celebrating the birth of the Khalsa. Today, Vaisakhi is observed with heightened enthusiasm, marking centuries of tradition with joy, energy, and fervor. 

The Month of Vaisakh: A Time of Abundance and Spiritual Awakening

The Month of Vaisakh: A Time of Abundance and Spiritual Awakening

Vaisakh, the second month in the Nanakshahi calendar, holds profound significance in Sikhism, marking both the arrival of spring and the harvesting season in Punjab. Falling between April 14 and May 15, Vaisakh symbolizes renewal, abundance, and hope. This month heralds the celebration of Vaisakhi, one of the most important festivals in the Sikh calendar.

The Global Rise of Punjabi Music

The Global Rise of Punjabi Music

The meteoric rise of Punjabi artists on the global stage reflects a seismic shift in the music industry, propelled by a fusion of traditional Punjabi melodies with contemporary beats and rhythms.  At the forefront of this cultural revolution stands Karan Aujla, whose historic victory at the 2024 Juno Awards underscored the genre's burgeoning prominence in Canada and beyond.

Supreet Sidhu - Championing Punjabi Heritage

Supreet Sidhu - Championing Punjabi Heritage

Born and raised in Mumbai, Supreet's story took a significant turn when she relocated to New York at 13. Amidst the whirlwind of adjustment, she yearned to reconnect with her Punjabi roots, feeling a profound disconnection in her new environment. The discovery of a Gurmukhi book sparked a journey of self-discovery, laying the foundation for her commitment to preserving Punjabi culture.

Spotlight on Surrey: The Largest Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan Outside of India

Spotlight on Surrey: The Largest Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan Outside of India

Surrey, a culturally diverse city in the heart of Metro Vancouver, hosts the largest Vaisakhi Parade outside of India. Drawing an astonishing crowd of approximately 500,000 people each year, the annual Surrey Vaisakhi Parade has become a monumental event that resonates far beyond the local Sikh community.

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