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On Gurunanak Jayanti, the whole Sikh community gathers at Gurudwaras to sing hymns on this day.
The festival actually starts 48 hours before the full moon day. The Gurus start with 48 hours of nonstop reading of the Guru Granth Sahib.
In this procession, the Panj Pyaras (Five Beloved Ones) carry the flag Nishan Sahib (Sikh flag) and the Palki (the Palanquin on which the Guru Granth Sahib is carried around) .
On the day before the birthday, a procession is organised.
Even the ‘Gatka’ teams display their swordsmanship through various martial arts and mock battles using traditional weapons during this Sikh festival.
The procession is then followed by singers singing hymns.
This time we are celebrating Gurunanak Jayanti on 19th November