SIKHS celebrated one of the most important dates in their religious calendar with a procession in Huddersfield.
Some 1,000 people took part in the Vaisakhi march.
The date commemorates the new year and the birth of Sikhism as a collective faith in 1699.
Sikhs set off from their temple in Prospect Street, Springwood, on a route which took them to Huddersfield Town Hall.
There, they were welcomed by Colne Valley Labour MP Kali Mountford and Kirklees Labour councillors Mehboob Khan and Mohan Sokhal.
The procession then stopped at the Hindu Temple on Zetland Street before making its way to St George's Square, where Sikh taxi drivers provided the marchers with drinks.
The marchers then went to the Sikh temple in Hillhouse Lane, Hillhouse, Fartown, where the procession ended.
Next Sunday Sikhs are being encouraged to visit the Tolson Museum at Moldgreen to record their Vaisakhi memories.
A selection of the stories and photos gathered will be contributed to the National Archive.
Archive staff are documenting the history of migration to England on a Moving Here website.
Visitors to the museum will be entertained by drumming, singing and dancing from the Mai Nhago Indian Women's Society.
There will also be crafts activities during the event, which runs from 1pm to 4pm and is free.