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Baisakhi – Sanatan Dharm New Year 2078


Baisakhi – नववर्षोत्सव 2078

Fortunately after a very long Vaisakhi | Baisakhi falling on the very same day it was started i.e Vaisakh Sankranti (Vishakha Nakshatra), Chaitra Shukla Pratipda, Vikamvi Samvat

Word Vaisakhi or Baisakhi is Apbhramsa (corruption) of word Vaishākhī (वैशाखी), derived from the name of Sanatan Vedic month of Vaishakha.

There is no distinction between sounds ‘sha’ (श) & ‘sa’ (स) and between ‘va’ (व) & ‘ba’ (ब) in Prakrit & Apbhramsa.

Hence the name, Vaisakhi or Baisakhi. In tonal languages like Bengali, it is pronounced as ‘Boishakhi’.

Vaisakhi which is observed on Sankranti of Vaisakh (Vaishakh) month literally means ‘related to Vaisakh month’, which in turn is derived from the name of a Nakshatra known as Vishakha.


In Punjabi, the spelling varies with region. In Punjab region, Vaisakhi is common, but in the Doabi and Malwai dialects, speakers often substitute a B for a V. The spelling used depends on the dialect of the writer.

It’s a myth to say that it was always on April 13.

According to Julian calendar, Baisakhi fell on March 29 in 1469.

After revision of Julian | Gregorian calender during British Era, it was celebrated in 11th of April for very long.

The first time that Baisakhi was celebrated on April 13 was in 1902

Importance of this very auspicious day

  1. Sat yug started on Vaisakhi.
  2. Creation was created on this day.(Puranas)
  3. Chaitra(Chet) Nav Ratri starts on this day
  4. Shri Ram’s Coronation happened on this day
  5. Mahatma Budh got Gyan on day of Vaisakhi
  6. Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji got holy dip in veai River on day of vaisakhi.
  7. First Udasi started on this day.
  8. Guru Gobind Singh Sahib started khalsa Panth to protect Dharm and civilisation on this day.
  9. King Yudhdhisthir’s Coronation ceremony happened this day
  10. Arya Samaj was established on this day

In other parts of Bharat at this time, Bengalis celebrate Poila Boishakh (Bengali New Year), Assamese celebrate Bohag Bihu (Assamese New Year) and Puthandu (Tamil New Year) is celebrated in Tamil Nadu– as New Year festivals such as Baisakhi.

In western Bharat this day is celebrated as Ugaadi(Yug Aadi)

Vaisakhi dea ate Nav varsh dia lakh lakh Vadaeaan

Baisakhi #नववर्षोत्सव2078

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