Baisakhi is a festival celebrated with great pomp in Sikhism. In Hinduism, this day is also known as Mesh Sankranti and Visuvat Sankranti. People of Hindu and Buddhist religions also celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm.
Harvesting of the Rabi crop starts from Baisakhi and in the joy of starting the new year of Sikhs, Nagar Kirtan is taken out, fairs are held at many religious places and Bhandara is also organized in Gurudwaras.
This festival is also very important for Hindus because it is believed that on this day Ganga descended on the earth, therefore on this day all Hindus take bath in Ganga and get worship and recitation done in temples.
On this morning of Baisakhi, we are sharing the best wishes, status, images, and messages with you in this article, which you can celebrate online with a great enthusiasm with your distant friends and family.
Baisakhi Wishes, Messages & Images
May you sing the song of joy! May you bloom like fresh, lovely flowers! May each day strengthen you! I wish you would continue to walk the path of truth. Happy Baisakhi!
On this auspicious day of Baisakhi, I wish you all good health, wealth, and success in all your endeavors. May the blessings of Waheguru be with you always.
This Baisakhi, fill your life with the colors of love, joy, and happiness. Leave rancor at the door as you begin a new chapter on this blessed day.
May the warmth of the sun and the sweet fragrance of the flowers fill your heart with happiness on Baisakhi!
Let’s spread the message of peace and love on this Baisakhi and embrace each other with open hearts. Happy Baisakhi.
May divine blessings fall on you and bring you new hope, joy, and cheer. On this auspicious occasion of Vaisakhi, I extend my heartfelt greetings and best wishes to everyone.
The music of the dhol, the call of the koel. The laughter of loved ones, and joy in abundance. May your Baisakhi be filled with laughter and love!
Let us welcome the new year with new hopes and aspirations. Wishing you a very Happy Baisakhi filled with joy and happiness.
May the festival of Baisakhi be a reminder to appreciate the beauty of nature and cherish the blessings of life!