Holā Mahallā

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Holā Mahallā (Pañjābī prob. masc. of Holī + place of attack). Sikh festival, the day after Holī. It was established by Gurū Gobind Siṅgh as a day for military training through mock battles, a custom maintained by the Nihaṅgs who gather in thousands at Anaṇḍpur.

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