Importance Of Festivals In Amritsar

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The vibrant tradition and culture of Amritsar is reflected in the fairs and the festivals of the city. So it is a good idea to visit the place during the festival season to enjoy the real flavor of Amritsar. Connote religious significance the festival and fairs of Amritsar are celebrated by the full of energy and fun in the festivals.


Basant panchami is very popular festival in the city of Amritsar. The prime attraction of this occasion of Basant Panchami is the fair at chheharta sahib Gurudwara of Amritsar. Basant Panchami sometimes referred to as Saraswati puja or the festival of kites The Goddess Saraswati is worshipped and the day treated by celebrants as Sarawati’s birthday Vasant panchami is celebrated every year
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Guru Nanak Dev was the first Sikh spiritual leader and also known as the founder of the sikh religion. The festival falls twice every so there is double celebration in the month of January and November/ the festival is very important for the Sikhs as it remembers Sikh Gurus, Guru Nanak and Guru Govind Singh Ji respectively. Remembering Guru Nanak and his holy work the celebration in November are marked by the reading of the Holy Guru Granth Sahib. That’s why this festival dedicated to celebrated his birth day anniversary with is celebrated in the month of October or November. The festival is celebrated by all Sikhs with high devotion. On the festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti all the Gurudwara of Amritsar are beautifully decorated with the light and bulb. Also the Sikh devotees visits the various Gurudwara of Amritsar to pay respect to thesikh Gurus. Both the Guru Parabs are followed with much …show more content…
And this festival celebrated in the month of April. Baisakhi is celebrated with much of enthusiasm and full power of energy, mostly among the sikh community. The celebration included with the folk song, folk Dance, Bhangra is performed by the local people in the city and baisakhi has the great religious importance by the Sikh community. Basakhi has special significance for Sikhs on that day in 1699,the reason of their tenth Guru Govind Singh Ji organized the order of the khalsa. In the Baisakhi fair street of Amritsar is fully decorated and there are many types of stalls they selling bangles, toys, local handicrafts, and other trinkets of domestic use. And foods of stalls are also a major crown in Baisakhi is considered as a very auspicious festival in the Amritsar because it is the sacred day when Guru Govind Singh Ji established the khalsa panth. Just like a Lohri this fesvital also celebration time for the farmers whoo seek the result of their hard

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