Baisakhi 2022: Significance & Easy Remedies For Happiness-Prosperity

Baisakhi is an important festival for the Sikh community. Generally, this festival is celebrated on 13 or 14 April every year across the country. It is said that this is the day on which the tenth Guru of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh Ji founded the Khalsa Panth. Besides this, this day holds special significance in Hinduism as on this day, the planet Sun enters the Aries zodiac sign.

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This year, Ambedkar Jayanti will be celebrated on the same day as Baisakhi. Through this special blog, we will find out the significance of Baisakhi, and ways to celebrate it, along with important and exciting information related to Ambedkar Jayanti. 

When Is Baisakhi 2022?

Baisakhi 2022 will be celebrated across the country on 14 April 2022 (Thursday)

How Is Baisakhi Celebrated?

  • People wake up early on this day, take a bath, and visit Gurudwara for worshipping.
  • The Guru Granth Sahib and its place in the Gurdwara are purified.
  • The holy book is then put back in its place along with the crown.
  • Then the book is read and narrated to the people.
  • Guru Vaani is also recited on this day.
  • After this, a special type of nectar (Amrit) is prepared for the devotees.
  • On this day, the followers stand in a row and take the nectar 5 times.
  • Then Ardas is done, after which Prasad is distributed among the people.
  • In the end, people eat food in the Langar.

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Baisakhi Significance

This festival of Baisakhi is also celebrated as the beginning of the new year. On this day, people worship the grains and celebrate their homecoming after harvesting, and then they seek blessings from God and thank him wholeheartedly. Baisakhi is not not only celebrated in Punjab but in different parts of our country with different names. 

Like in Assam, it is known as Bihu, and in Kerela, it is celebrated as Puram Vishu.

However, this day holds special significance in Punjab as on one hand, the farmers celebrate the harvesting of the first crop and on the other hand, it is the same day when the tenth Guru of the Sikh Panth, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji founded the Khalsa Panth on April 13, 1699. Besides this, this day is also the symbol of the Punjabi New Year.

What Is Khalsa Pant?

Khalsa is a collective form of duly educated followers of Sikhism. It is said that on the day of Baisakhi on April 13, 1699, Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa Panth and organized the Panj Pyare (Bhai Sahib Singh, Bhai Dharam Singh, Bhai Himmat Singh, Bhai Mohkam Singh and Bhai Daya Singh). They were made Khalsa after drinking nectar and after that, he himself drank nectar from the hands of the Panj Pyare.

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How This Festival Came To Be Known As Baisakhi?

The story behind it is interesting. It is said that on the day of Baisakhi, there is Vishkha constellation in the sky. Due to the Vishakha Nakshatra Purnima, this month is known as Baisakhi. Besides this, Baisakhi is celebrated on 13 or 14 April every year. The reason behind it is that this festival is celebrated when the Sun enters the first sign of the zodiac circle, i.e. Aries, and this transit of the Sun in Aries takes place on 13 or 14 April every year. So, Baisakhi is celebrated on this day every year.

These Baisakhi Remedies Will Bring Happiness & Prosperity

  • You must donate wheat on the day of Baisakhi. This will enhance your reputation and self-confidence.
  • If you make a lamp with wheat flour, put some wheat grains in it, fill it with pure Ghee, and light it in the Northeast corner of the house, you will attain happiness and prosperity.
  • On the day of Baisakhi, make rice Kheer and feed it to the poor. This will bless you with the boon of financial prosperity in life. 
  • Make Urad Dal Khichdi and feed it to the poor on the day of Baisakhi. This will help you progress and succeed in your career.
  • Feed soaked gram Dal to cows on this day. This will bless you with immense success in your education.
  • Donate Sabut Moong on Baisakhi for progress and success in business.
  • Donate milk if you want to get rid of mental stress in your life.
  • If you suffer from health issues or any prolonged disease, then you must donate fruits on Baisakhi to attain auspicious results. 

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This year, Ambedkar Jayanti will also be celebrated with Baisakhi. Every year on April 14, the Jayanti of Babasaheb Ambedkar is celebrated as Ambedkar Jayanti across the nation. Dr BR Ambedkar is considered the father of the Indian Constitution. He had the privilege of becoming the first Law and Justice Minister of India after independence. 

Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated not only in India but also in various other countries of the world. In many regions, this day is also celebrated as Equality Day and Knowledge Day. The life of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar has been very commendable. He had fought tirelessly against social evils during his lifetime. 

In this context, various events are organised on Ambedkar Jayanti. Apart from this, cultural events such as dance, singing, painting, drama, etc. are also organized in many places.

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