Happy Baisakhi: Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn and different celebrities want followers well being, peace and prosperity

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Happy Baisakhi to at least one and to all! Baisakhi or Vaisakhi is the annual harvest pageant, which additionally marks the start of the Sikh New Year. The day is noticed in Punjab and Northern Sikh-dominating states and is widely known with utmost gusto. Bollywood celebrities comparable to Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Isha Koppikar and others have taken to social media to ship Baisakhi needs to their followers. Much of their posts have been in Punjabi as a method to venerate the tradition and significance of the day. 

Ajay wrote on Twitter, “Vaisakhi di vadaiyan sabko! Stay at home & celebrate with your family. Lots of love to all #HappyBaisakhi” As you possibly can see, together with the Baisakhi message, the actor additionally ensured to emphasize upon the truth that the pageant goes to be indoors this yr and it’s best whether it is celebrated throughout the 4 partitions of security whereas the world offers with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Amitabh took to Instagram to share a photograph from his outdated movie Suhaag, whereby he performs a Punjabi for a music. He captioned the picture as, “बैसाकी के पावन अवसर पर, लें बारम बार बधाई
ये दिन हर दिन मंगलमय हो , हम सब की यही दुहाई ।
हर्षित पल औ मधुमय जीवन , अपने घर मनाएँ
सुख शांत सुरक्षित रहें सदा , ईश्वर से यही दुआएँ ” ~ अब ” , which translates to “On the auspicious event of Baisaki, congratulations repeatedly
May at the present time be auspicious day by day, this cry of all of us.
Cheerful moments and candy lives, have fun your own home
Peace be secure perpetually, pray to God “~ now.” 

Some extra Bollywood celebrities comparable to Neetu Chandra and Isha Koppikar additionally shared their needs. You can discover them beneath. 

Baisakhi holds spiritual significance to the Sikhs because it marks the delivery of the order that began after the persecution and execution of Guru Tegh Bahadur. The story goes again to the time when the Guru refused to take orders from Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and convert to Islam. Since then, the festivities principally have fun the coronation of the tenth Guru of Sikhism. 

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