Sikh Heritage Society of Greater Charlotte celebrating Vaisakhi

In April each year, Sikh community all over the world gathers to celebrate Vaisakhi. For decades, Vaisakhi has marked the beginning of the spring harvest, and Punjabi farmers have observed the occasion with community gatherings and celebrations. Vaisakhi is also known as Baisakhi.

It was originally a spring harvest celebration observed in the northern Indian state of Punjab. The festival gained religious significance for Sikhs when in 1699, the 10th Sikh guru-prophet, the last living guru for Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, chose the occasion to found a formal order dedicated to defending the Sikh community, known as the Khalsa Panth.

Saturday April 13, 2024

This will be a full day events for sangat and kids to learn about importance of Vaisakhi in Sikhism and participate in activities like below.

  • Learn about Vaisakhi 
  • Turban tie (11 AM)
  • Kids Sprint Race (12:30 – 1PM)
  • Sack Race (1 – 1:30 PM)
  • Basketball kids (2 PM)
  • Volleyball for adults (2 PM)
  • Punjabi food stall
  • Bounce house for kid

Please contact us at the following contacts for becoming a sponsor of this event

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For more information please contact:

  • Navpreet (Navi) – 8325520022
  • Pawan Goraya – 7033629286
  • Akash Bhatia – 8032432822

Sunday April 14, 2024

  • Sukhmani Sahib Paath (9 AM)
  • Sehaj Paath Bhog (10:15 AM)
  • Nagar Kirtan (10:15 AM)
  • Nishan Sahib Seva (11 AM) accompanied by Kirtan (kids)
  • Kirtan by Bhai Satnam Singh Ji (12 PM noon)
  • Guru ka Langar (1:15 PM)
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