Guru Nanak Jayanti
Though Guru Nanak Dev Ji are looked as the creator of Sikhism and Guru Nanak Jayanti in most parts of India is treated as celebration related with Sikhism but as Adi Guru Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji are the religious masters of considerable huge population of Sindhis hence in the life of Sindhis importance of Guru Nanak Jayanti is very high and this day is treated as the most meaningful day. At most of the cities in India you will Sindhi shops are closed.
Like the Punjab this day is celebrated in the cities having sindhi Population with full of enthusiasm and devotion.
Here at Gandhinagar, Kolhapur the day is undeclared holiday for the commercial activities of Sindhi Samaj. On the day, at central Panchayat building, after recitation from Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji, Bhog sahib is performed and community lunch [Aam Bhandara, Lungar] is arranged. The celebration goes on till the Chhati [sixth day of birth] and various Darbars [Guru dwaras] are decorated with lights and Bhagats are arranged to mark the celebrations.
Bhakati Dham [being looked by Bhai sahib Muralidhar Jagyasi] and Kanwal Dham [Bhai sahib Hariram Hazurani] are famous for celebrating Guru Nanak Jayanti at Grand scales.