Baisakhi


Baisakhi
Baisakhi /bī-sakˈi/
noun
A Sikh festival commemorating the founding of the Khalsa brotherhood, held at the Hindu New Year
ORIGIN: Hindi Baisakh the month April, from Sans Vais᾽ākha

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