The Vaisakhi Parade returns to Leeds this April celebrating the Sikh creation of the Khalsa



On April 21, the highly attended annual Vaisakhi Parade, which has become a regular highlight of Leeds’s cultural calendar, will travel through the streets of Chapeltown before landing at Millennium Square in the heart of Leeds City Centre.
As Ghagan Singh, General Secretary of the Sikh Temple on Chapeltown road, explains "The Nagar Kirtan is to celebrate the start of the Khalsa which was formed by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Ji”.
The Nagar Kirtan, also known as the Vaisakhi Parade as the celebration usually takes place in the month of Vaisakh, will begin at The Sikh Temple on 192... read more

 
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