Guru Harkrishan Jayanti in Sikhism as a religion developed over a period, however early start to advance the same was finished by Guru Nanak Dev. Among the eleven masters in Sikh religion, Guru Harkishan Das was the eighth guru. He moved toward becoming Guru on seventh October, 1661. Guru Harkrishan is famously alluded to as Bal Guru as he was raised to the situation of master at an early age. Guru Harkrishan Das Jayanti is praised every year on 23rd July. His Jayanti is praised as Prakash Diwas.
Guru Harkrishan Jayanti is commended with full religious intensity. Individuals visit Gurdwara in the region of their home. Extraordinary festivals are held in Gurdwara Bangla Sahib to check the event. Aficionados serenade Gurbanni on this day, either in the Gurdwara or their homes. Nourishment or 'langar' is exceptionally arranged on the event and enthusiasts take parsad arranged on the event. Extraordinary
Kar Seva is performed on the event and lovers perform in the same with full vigour. Devotees attempt devoted endeavors to make the day exceptional for everybody. Sweet water is disseminated at enter areas in each niche and corner of the city in which festivities are being done. This convention is in presence since long and in prior circumstances too Sikhs used to hold such camps to offer sweet water to voyagers who drove by walking. This custom proceeds with unabated and Sikhs take after the same on Guru Harkrishan Jayanti.