The Sikh festivals are celebrated as Gurpurabs, meaning "Guru's Remembrance Day". Gurpurabs are commemorated to mark the birth anniversary or the martyrdom of any one of the Sikh gurus. Each of the Gurus is remembered with immense pride, honor and tribute. Almost all the Guru Purabs have similar kind of celebrations and traditions with differences in the hymns and history of a particular occasion. Early morning processions are common among all the Guru Purabs where people sing hymns and march through the localities. The onlookers offer sweets and tea to the people in the procession. With this article, we bring you the dates of the different Gurpurabs celebrated and commemorated across the year. Read on further to know the Sikh Gurpurab calendar.