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Hi 

what date is Vaisakhi on, according to 1.  official Gurdwara date  2. moon calender (original calender)  3. new calender 'NanakShahi'.

thanks for you help

 

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Vaisakhi is literally 1 Vaisakh. The first day of the Solar Desi Month Vaisakhi.

Falls on 14th April on the Western Calendar.

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1 hour ago, BhForce said:

Yeah, according to which calendar, SGPC, Purewal, Bikrami?

According to whatever the hell i want

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33 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

According to whatever the hell i want

* Reincarnation 

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3 hours ago, Singh123456777 said:

According to whatever the hell i want

Wow...someone forgot to take their Degh today....

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On 09/04/2018 at 4:32 PM, Guest guest said:

Hi 

what date is Vaisakhi on, according to 1.  official Gurdwara date  2. moon calender (original calender)  3. new calender 'NanakShahi'.

thanks for you help

 

This year it’s both on 14 April.

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