The extensive 2 day Mool Nanakshahi Calendar Implementation Conference in Chicago detailed the significance of the changes. Several scholars and topics on this topic lead the presentations and discussions.[1]

  • Mool Nanakshahi Calendar gains momentum across the world.[2][3]
  • March 2020, Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Prabadhak Committee released the Mool Nanakshahi Calendar.[4]
  • The Hindu
Baisakhi is celebrated on April 14, according to the Nanakshahi calendar and the Mool Nanakshahi calendar. It marks the solar new year and the birth of the Khalsa way of living. The festival commemorates the formation of the Khalsa panth of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh guru, in 1699.
The festival of Baisakhi (or Vaisakhi) will be celebrated across Punjab on April 14 this year, based on the Nanakshahi and Mool Nanakshahi calendar.
"With joy and enthusiasm, people across the country are celebrating the harvest festival of Baisakhi. According to the Nanakshahi calendar and the Mool Nanakshahi Calendar, Baisakhi this year falls on Sunday, April 14."