NEW YORK CITY (TIP): The Sikh Community of Tri-states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut took out a parade April 27 in Manhattan, to mark the birth of the Khalsa, the Sikhs. The Parade, popularly known as the Sikh Day Parade , attracted thousands from the Tri-State area and the neighboring States.
The Parade started from 37th Avenue on Madison and terminated at 25th Street where free food (langar) was served .
A Sikh conference, as always, was held at which the Sikh leaders spoke about the agenda before the community.
The Sikh Day parade is organized by the Sikh Cultural Society, Richmond Hill, New York with the cooperation of the Sikh organizations and gurudwaras of the tri-state area.