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Besakhi - the Sikh Perspective It is well proven fact that Guru Amar Das had extensively travelled to the areas of the pilgrimage, both before and after the conclusion of this Gurudom. He came across tens of thousands of people, also, who were, moving on such sojourns. They had to travel hundreds of miles per hour through arduous circumstance; a few never reached their destinations plus some not returned home to visit their nearest and dearest. There is no dearth of tales of innocent folks being manipulated and utilized from the so-called priests in these 'tirath asthans'. The pilgrims were plagued and expropriated from the officials of Mughal Sarkar's Tax (Jaziya) Collectors. On top of all that Guru Amar Das observed thousands dying of cholera and other diseases by having dip in and drinking the contaminated and contaminated water. Guru Amar Das needed folks to become emancipated of such miseries. His ever-innovative mind notion of supplying individuals with amenities to achieve peace and isolation, and such areas he desired easily comprehensible with clean surroundings. The erection of the Baoli at Goindwal Sahib was the very first in this particular venture. Guru Amar Das laid stress about the fitness of the human body. With this in mind he organized and thrived the wrestling and quite often sponsored periodic meets. Baisakhi was celebrated from the Punjab, probably, since the advent of Aryans. Such bouts were stored there but sadly, during jubilation, folks indulged in the undignified joviality too. The Guru had already perceived this when one day his dedicated Sikh, Bhai Paro, suggested that after a year they ought to assign 1 afternoon for the folks to come to own Gu...