Punjab Declares Public Holiday on April 8 to Celebrate Sri Guru Nabha Das Ji’s Birth Anniversary

ByTV10 Punjab

Apr 8, 2024
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Punjab Desk
7 April
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

In a move to honor the birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nabha Das Ji, Punjab’s government has declared April 8 as a public holiday across the state. This decision encompasses schools, colleges, educational institutions, and commercial establishments, ensuring a day of reverence and celebration.

Sri Guru Nabha Das Ji’s birth anniversary holds significant cultural and religious importance in Punjab, prompting the government to include it in the official list of holidays for 2024. Consequently, government-run schools, colleges, and other institutions will remain closed, allowing citizens to participate in festivities and pay homage to the revered figure.

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This announcement underscores the government’s commitment to respecting and preserving the rich religious heritage of Punjab. It provides an opportunity for communities to come together, reflect on the teachings of Sri Guru Nabha Das Ji, and celebrate his enduring legacy.

As the holiday approaches, preparations for commemorating Sri Guru Nabha Das Ji’s birth anniversary are underway across the state. Citizens are encouraged to participate in the various events and ceremonies organized to honor this auspicious occasion.

Overall, the declaration of April 8 as a public holiday exemplifies Punjab’s dedication to fostering unity, spirituality, and cultural harmony among its diverse populace.