Baisakhi is a mega event - it is a religious festival, harvest festival and New Year's Day all rolled into one. In April, this day marks the beginning of the Hindu solar New Year.For the Sikh community, Baisakhi has a very special meaning. It was on this day that
their tenth and last Guru - Guru Gobind Singh - organized the Sikhs into Khalsa or the 'pure ones'. By doing so, he eliminated the differences of high and low and established that all human beings are equal.
Sikhs assign quite a different meaning to Baisakhi, and if you happen to be in a Punjabi village to catch the men performing the wild bhangra dance, you'll get the clear picture. This strenuous dance tells the story of the agricultural process, from tilling the soil through harvesting. As the dholak (drum) changes beats, the dancing sequence progresses, dramatizing plowing, sowing, weeding, reaping, and finally celebrating. Baisakhi also commemorates the day in 1689 when Guru Gobing Singh founded the Khalsa, the fighting Sikh brotherhood that donned the distinctive Sikh outfits.
Day 01 Islamabad
Day 02 Day Excursion to Panja Shaib
Day 03 Day Excursion to Gurdwara Bhai Joga Singh
Day 04 Islamabad-Gujranwala-Sheikophura-Lahore
Day 05 Day Excursion to Nankana Sahib
Day 06 Lahore- Gurdawara Sacha Sauda-Lahore
Day 07 Lahore
Day 08 End of Trip