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National Khalsa Day Parade

Every April in Washington, D.C. & Around The World

Celebrating Khalistan Day (Vaisakhi)

Birthday of The Sikh Nation

All Sikhs & Friends Invited

All Sikhs are invited to participate in the annual National Khalsa Day Parade held every April in Washington, D.C. to celebrate Khalistan Day (Vaisakhi). Bring families and friends to participate in this event in the nation’s capitol and enjoy the Khalsa Day Concert, Marching Bands, Floats, Sikh Martial Arts, Bhangra, Giddah and Khalsa Day Renaissance. Also participate in speeches on organized assault on Sikh identity, religion and reclamation of lost Sikh sovereignty.

National Khalsa Day Parade, April 20, 2013 –  Sikh’s Gather In Surrey, British Columbia, Canada For Festivities

National Khalsa Day Parade, April 13, 2013 – Sikh Nation Honors Sikh Heroes of World War I & II Who Sacrificed To Save the Sovereignty of England, France & Belgium

National Khalsa Day Parade and Twenty Fifth Anniversary of Sikh Holocaust, Saturday, April 11, 2009, Area 5 of Lincoln Memorial, Washinton, D.C.

“Khalistan Day” A Grand Success Amidst Severe Opposition By The Indian Government

National Khalsa Day Parade, Saturday, April 12, 2008, Area 5, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.

National Khalsa Day Parade Videos

National Khalsa Day Parade celebrating “Khalistan Day” (Vaisakhi) on Constitution Avenue, Washington, D.C.


USA , UNPO, Nagalan and Khalistan Flags at Lincoln Memorial at National Khalsa Day Parade April 14, 2007 Washington, D.C.


Khalistani & Naga Leaders

Join Hands In The Struggle For Freedom

Scottish Bag Pipe Band Participating In National Khalsa Day Parade


Local Sikh Gurudwaras Sangat in National Khalsa Day Parade


Local Sikh Studies Institute in National Khalsa Day Parade


Historic Khalsa March, Lincoln Memorial April 10, 1999 Washington, D.C.


Golden Temple Float “Khalistan, The Sikh Nation On The Move”


Mission Statement

The mission of National Khalsa Day Parade Organization and Anti-defamation Sikh Council for Freedom of Khalistan is to establish unity among Sikhs, fight against defamation of Sikhs and the assault on the Sikh identity and religion in India and elsewhere. Also to reclaim lost Sikh Sovereignty given to the Sikhs by the Sikh Gurus and to liberate Sikh homeland of Punjab, Khalistan through peaceful, democratic and political means. The National Khalsa Day Parade is held every year in April in Washington, D.C.

National Khalsa Day Parade Organization

&

Anti-defamation Sikh Council for Freedom of Khalistan

For sponsorship of events, to volunteer your services and for more information please call:

Tel: 240-375-1205

For Langar Sewa please contact the head priest and secretary of your local Gurudwara

Visit: KhalsaDayParade.org or Khalistan.net

Read: Historic National Khalsa Day Parade

April 14, 2007

Read: Historic National Khalsa Day Parade April 15, 2006

Read: A Pre-Event Press Release

Read: A Post-Event Press Release>

Khalsa Day Parade Photos

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