Northern India celebrates Baisakhi on the 13th April.
Baisakhi Celebrations and welcoming Spring Baisakhi is a very important festival in Punjab. It is considered to be the New Year- a harvest festival celebrated on April 13th every year Baisakhi Delicacies The first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Baisakhi is fresh food from the fresh harvest, and Celebrations with decorations, traditional food and naach-gaana (Musical atmosphere). Resturants are offering special mouth- watering traditional North Indian fare to special theme musical nights.
Baisakhi Buffet: Comprising tamatar dhaniya shorbha, aloo chaat, makai seekh and bhutta masala, Punjabi kadhi and desserts like shahi tukda and kesar phirni. Northern India celebrates Baisakhi. Baisakhi is a harvest festival that's celebrated across North India, especially in Punjab. The city is buzzing with the coming of spring and also celebrating the traditional New Year with musical evening with Punjabi songs and Bhangra dance. Many restaurants in the city are serving meals on the occasion. Appetizing offers to mark the festival as follows: Traditional favorites - such as Lassi, jalabi and malpuras with saffron rabri. In savories you have Samosas, Pakoras, Puri aloo, Bhatura Channa, Try some new sweets like Kaju Pan, Kaju Kalash, Kaju Gujiya and Kheer Kadam for Baisakhi celebrations.
Comprising tamatar dhaniya shorbha, aloo chaat, makai seekh and bhutta masala, Punjabi kadhi and desserts like shahi tukda and kesar phirni.