Hola Mohalla, also called Hola, is a three-day Sikh festival which regularly falls in March and happens on the second day of the lunar month of Chett, a day after the Hindu spring celebration Holi however some of the time concurs with Holi. Hola Mohalla is a major bubbly occasion for Sikhs around the globe. The fair held during Holi and Hola at Anandpur Sahib is customarily a three-day occasion yet members go to Anandpur Sahib for seven days, camping out and getting a charge out of different displays of battling ability and valiance, and tuning in to kirtan, music, and poetry.
For meal, which is a basic part of the Sikh foundation Gurdwara, guests sit together in Pangats Queues and eat vegan nourishment of the Langars. The occasion finishes up upon the arrival of Hola Mohalla with a long, military-style parade close Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib, one of the five seats of fleeting specialist of the Sikhs.