Baisakhi festival is celebrated with lots of joy and enthusiasm. This day is full of colors and vibrancy. Sikh celebrates this very important day of their religion with devotion. They take an early bath, wear new clothes and visit the Gurudwara to participate in the special prayer. Farmers also celebrate Baisakhi as a Thanksgiving Day which marks the foundation day of Khalsa Panth by the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. The auspicious day of Baisakhi is celebrated all over India though under different names like Rongali Bihu in Assam, Naba Barsha in West Bengal, Vaishakha in Bihar, etc.
Today at Witty International School, Udaipur, kids of preschool celebrated Basakhi. They came dressed in Punjabi attire and witnessed the special assembly wherein they tried speaking few lines on the importance of the festival. Children enjoyed having sweets during tiffin time and colored the Basakhi worksheet.