In pictures | Baisakhi celebrated across Punjab

Updated On Apr 13, 2017 06:59 PM IST
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Father along with his child take holy dip in sarovar (water tank) to mark Baisakhi festival at Golden Temple, Amritsar. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Father along with his child take holy dip in sarovar (water tank) to mark Baisakhi festival at Golden Temple, Amritsar. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo)

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Devotees offering prayers to mark Baisakhi festival at Dukhniwaran Sahib gurdwara in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Devotees offering prayers to mark Baisakhi festival at Dukhniwaran Sahib gurdwara in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo)

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Devotee take a holy dip in the sarover (water tank) at the Golden Temple in Amritsar to mark Baisakhi festival. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Devotee take a holy dip in the sarover (water tank) at the Golden Temple in Amritsar to mark Baisakhi festival. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo)

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A boy enjoys ice candy during the Baisakhi mela at Gurdwara Bahadurgarh Sahib near Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A boy enjoys ice candy during the Baisakhi mela at Gurdwara Bahadurgarh Sahib near Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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A view of Golden temple displayed on the sunglasses of a devotee at Golden Temple, Amritsar. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A view of Golden temple displayed on the sunglasses of a devotee at Golden Temple, Amritsar. (Gurpreet Singh/ HT Photo)

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Devotees offering obeisance during Baisakhi celebrations at Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi, Guru Teghbhadar nagar in Jalandhar. (Sikander Singh Chopra/HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Devotees offering obeisance during Baisakhi celebrations at Gurudwara Nauvi Patshahi, Guru Teghbhadar nagar in Jalandhar. (Sikander Singh Chopra/HT Photo)

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A devotee serving langar (community kitchen) on the occasion of Baisakhi festival at Dukhniwaran Sahib gurdwara in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A devotee serving langar (community kitchen) on the occasion of Baisakhi festival at Dukhniwaran Sahib gurdwara in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo)

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Children taking holy dip in sarovar (water tank) at gurdwara Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh in village Talhan on the out skirts of Jalandhar. (Pradeep Pandit/HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Children taking holy dip in sarovar (water tank) at gurdwara Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh in village Talhan on the out skirts of Jalandhar. (Pradeep Pandit/HT Photo)

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Sikh boys posing for a group photograph after participating in a turban tying competition held at Sarabha Nagar gurdwara on the occasion of Baisakhi in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sikh boys posing for a group photograph after participating in a turban tying competition held at Sarabha Nagar gurdwara on the occasion of Baisakhi in Ludhiana. (Gurminder Singh/HT Photo)

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Nihang Sikh Balwant Singh, famous for wearing an 800-metre turban, enjoying ice cream during a nagar kirtan (procession) on the occasion of Baisakhi in Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Nihang Sikh Balwant Singh, famous for wearing an 800-metre turban, enjoying ice cream during a nagar kirtan (procession) on the occasion of Baisakhi in Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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A shopkeeper decorating a dummy in traditional Sikh attire outside his shop in Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT) View Photos in a new improved layout
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A shopkeeper decorating a dummy in traditional Sikh attire outside his shop in Patiala on Thursday. (Bharat Bhushan/HT)

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