The harvesting festival of India, Baisakhi, is celebrated by the farmers with a lot of joy and enthusiasm as this festival marks the time for the harvest of Rabi crops. Prosperous with the bountiful produce, they look forward to celebrating Baisakhi with all eagerness. It also holds religious importance in one of the most loved religions that is Sikhism. The Baisakhi is not only a festival to mark the Sikh new year or the harvest season, but also it marks the last Khalsa organized by the Guru Gobind Singh in 1966. The Sikhs are known for their joyous and loveable nature, and the festival of Baisakhi is celebrated for various reasons and by different communities. A special assembly was conducted where the Presidians celebrated the festival with zeal and enthusiasm by expressing it in various art forms. They celebrated the festival to spread peace, love, and harmony and to socialize with the community.