Baisakhi, the harvest festival of India which marks the beginning of Sikh New Year as per Nanakshahi Solar calendar.
On Baisakhi Day, in honor of the Panj Piaras, religious procession is set out in which five men walk in front of the holy book, with sword in their hands. These men are the religious heads who are second only to the gurus.
Devotional music is played during the procession, and hymns are sung, both along the way and at gurudwaras.
Dressed in their distinct folk attire, both men and women express their joy by dancing the Bhangra and Gidda. A stunning Indian celebration to experience.