Baisakhi is the Sikh New Year’s Day as it is not just a Spring-time harvest festival but also a day that is commemorative of the formation of the Khalsa Panth of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh in 1699.Every year it is celebrated on 13th April and after every 36 years, on 14th April. In Scholar Mission School, students were told about the Sikh’s festival and craft work was done in pre-primary classes and videos were shown to students to tell the importance of this festival. This festival is mainly celebrated in the region of Punjab. On this day Gurdwara’s wear a festive look as they gear up to welcome the footfall of thousands of devotees. Sikhs take a holy dip in nearby ponds or lakes and don festive gears. Nagar kirtan processions are carried out, food-charity or Langar Seva is held.