Vaisakhi Celebration on April 14
Celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi with the UWSA as we gather in the Bulman Centre to share food, prayers, performances, and socialize! Vegetarian lunch will be served. All students are welcome to attend! RSVP here.
*Please do not bring any tobacco, meat, or alcohol into the space*
*Sikh students can get exam deferral. Prayers will be from 11:00 am-12:30 pm*
Vaisakhi, or Baisakhi, was originally a spring harvest festival celebrated in the northern Indian state of Punjab. The festival gained religious significance for Sikhs when Guru Gobind Singh – the 10th and final living guru for Sikhs – created the Khalsa in 1699. For more on the history and significance of Vaisakhi, visit here.