Must Watch VAISAKHI Q&A – How Punjabi’s Have No Idea Why Vaisakhi Is Celebrated


“Vaisakhi, also spelled Baisakhi, is one of the most important dates in the Sikh calendar. It is the Sikh New Year festival and is celebrated on April 13 or 14. It also commemorates 1699, the year Sikhism was born as a collective faith.

A youngster goes around in a park ins Milton Keyne “The 4 pound park” to ask people why they celebrate Vaisakhi. Many people were able to answer who founded created the Khalsa but were ignorant to when, why, and where it was created.

Many people are seen celebrating Vaisakhi by having BBQs with eating and drinking meat. The wide spectrum of answers show the ignorance among people on one of the most important days in Sikh history.

People did point out the way they are celebrating was wrong but refused to make the change as they said it was a time for “family bonding.”