10 Lines On Baisakhi In English For Students

  1. The first day of the month of Vaisakh is celebrated as Baisakhi.
  2. It is also the first day of the Indian Solar New Year.
  3. Baisakhi is celebrated throughout North India.
  4. The day usually falls on April 13th or April 14th.
  5. Baisakhi is a festival that celebrates the spring harvest.
  6. It is celebrated in different Indian states with different names.
  7. It is known as Bohag Bihu in Assam, Poila Boishakh in West Bengal, and Pana Sankranti in Odisha.
  8. It is a day of great celebration and fervour.
  9. Farming communities celebrate the upcoming harvest, and the general population celebrate the new year.
  10. Baisakhi festival is primarily celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs.