Master Nanak Jayanti positions among the mainstream celebrations in India. It is commended to stamp the conception of Guru Nanak Sahib and is praised with awesome energy in the condition of Punjab where the Sikh religion is broadly common. Punjabi groups in different states likewise commend the celebration. The birthday of Guru Nanak Sahib for the most part falls on Kartik Puranmashi which is the full moon day of the month Kartik as per the Indian logbook. Master Nanak Jayanti is commended with enormous display and excitement.
Master Nanak Jayanti Festival is normally a three day celebration. Two days preceding the birthday, Akhand Path is held in the Gurudwaras. It is the act of forty-eight-hour relentless perusing of the Guru Granth Sahib, the religious book of the Sikh religion. On the day preceding the birthday of Guru Nanak Jayanti, individuals compose a parade which is driven by the Panj Pyaras. The Sikh banner, known as the Nishan Sahib and the Palanquin of Sri Guru Granth Sahib are conveyed in the parade. A gathering of artists take part in the parade and tune songs alongside metal groups. In all parts of Punjab, parades are held.
Upon the arrival of the Guru Nanak Jayanti, individuals rise at a young hour in the morning and sing Asa-di-Var or the morning psalms from the Sikh sacred writings. Ministers discuss sonnets in recognition of the Guru in the Gurudwaras. Toward the evening, Langar or extraordinary group lunch is arranged and individuals eat these together with relatives and companions. The primary goal of this lunch is to offer nourishment as a type of seva (administration) and bhakti (dedication). Individuals additionally perform Gatka, which is a kind of marshal workmanship with the sword. Lovers and pioneers sing blessed melodies in applause for the Guru.