Vaisakhi is one of the great religious event for every person who belongs to Punjabi culture. This is something out of world when more than 75,000 Sikhs marched in a sea of saffron through the streets of Toronto for the 28th annual Khalsa Day parade on Sunday.
The event marked the birth of Sikhism with traditional music, hymns, prayers, and food served from the langar, a communal kitchen.
Festivities started on Sunday morning at Exhibition Place and a parade complete with floats and martial arts followed. The route headed east on Lake Shore Boulevard West, north on York Street and east on Queen Street to Nathan Phillips Square for closing ceremonies.
See below some clicks from this event: