In pictures | Baisakhi hues from Punjab

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College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

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Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

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Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

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Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

Pilgrims leaving for Pakistan on a special train from Attari station on Wednesday. Sikh jathas (groups) are going to celebrate Baisakhi and pay obeisance at gurdwaras across the border. (Gurpreet Singh/HT)

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Students pay tributes to martyrs of the April 13, 1919, massacre at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar on Wednesday. (HT Photo)

Students pay tributes to martyrs of the April 13, 1919, massacre at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar on Wednesday. (HT Photo)

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College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

College students enact traditional harvest scenes on the eve of Baisakhi in a wheat field on Sirhind Road in Patiala on Wednesday, April 12. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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School students in their Baisakhi best in Patiala on Wednesday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

School students in their Baisakhi best in Patiala on Wednesday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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