Baisakhi 2013

Festival marks solemnity and solidarity

‘Baisakhi’ (aka ‘Vaisakhi’) is an auspicious Punjabi Festival. The Festival got its name from the month of ‘Vaisakh,’ celebrated after the successful harvesting of Rabi

Sikhs parade harmony and equality

The Punjabi community in Auckland got together to mark the annual Baisakhi festival with piety, grandeur and unity, highlighting one of the most fascinating traditions

Bhakti spawns religious sects in India

The Bhakti movement in Medieval India was responsible for many rites and rituals associated with the worship of God by Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs of

Five virtues of distinction

The virtues recommended by the Scriptures are many, but five of them are regarded as major virtues. These are Chastity, Patience, Contentment, Detachment and Humility.

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