Anandpur Sahib some of the time alluded to just as Anandpur lit. "City of delight", is a city in Rupnagar region Ropar, on the edge of Shivalik Hills, in the territory of Punjab, India. Situated close to the Sutlej River, the city is a standout amongst the most consecrated places in Sikhism, being where the last two Sikh Gurus lived and where Guru Gobind Singh Ji established the Khalsa Panth in 1699. The city is home to Keshgarh Sahib Gurdwara, one of the five Takhts in Sikhism. The city is a journey site in Sikhism. It is the setting of the biggest yearly Sikh social event and celebrations amid Hola Mohalla in the spring season.
Anandpur Sahib includes a noteworthy celebration and social affair of Sikhs consistently on the event of Hola Mohalla. This convention goes back to the seasons of the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. The master d that the event of the celebration of Holi be the event for the presentation of the military soul of his kin. He gave this celebration of Holi the Sikh name of 'Hola Mohalla'. Every year Hola Mohalla marks the assemblage of about 100,000 Sikhs from everywhere throughout the nation for a celebration of shading and exhilaration. The celebration, in addition to other things, recalls the formation of Khalsa on the Baisakhi day in 1699.