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Ugadi Festival 2019, Telugu New Year Celebrated By Hindu People

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Ugadi is the Telugu New Year celebrated by all Hindu people. This year Telugu people are celebrating the Ugadi on 6th April. As per Telugu calender, Ugadi festival is primarily celebrated to encourage the New Year. On the day of Ugadi, people perform pooja to all gods to bless with the joy and courage throughout the entire year. Also, people will go to temple on the Day of Ugadi. Most of the Hindus celebrate this festival by offering pooja to God, and by providing a lot of unique dishes to God. They will prepare a various dish mixing all the six flavors like sweet, sour, acrid, pungent, salty and bitter tastes.

Ugadi also called as Yugadi or Samvathsaradi. The Ugadi word is imitative from a Sanskrit word Yug ( Age) Aadi ( begin), that implies the bursting forth of the new age. The festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa. The festival is called as Ugadi or Smavathsaradi in states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, whereas it is called as Yugadi in Karnataka and Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra.

Ugadi Festival
Ugadi Festival

People usually expect for the Good luck on this day. Ugadi Panchanga Sravanam plays a significant role in Ugadi festival. The predictions regarding this new year, i.e., whether the Hevilambi Nama Samvatsaram is right or wrong will be mentioned at the time of the Panchanga Sravanam which will be done on the day of  Ugadi. People can know their tarot, predictions on the day of Ugadi.

Ugadi is the majority loved Hindu festival that is occurring appreciated by many of the Hindus. The Ugadi festival is known in other names too. Samvatsaradi, Yugadi are the two traditional representations used to Ugadi. This year the Hevilambi Telugu year is impending as per LUNAR Calendar.  The Ugadi festival is renowned in a lot of states like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra and in different other places. In Karnataka, people call festival with the name of Yugadi. In Maharashtra, this festival is called s Gudi Padwa.

Ugadi Festival
Ugadi Festival

Annually this Ugadi festival will be eminent in March/ April months as per Lunar calendar. Many of the Hindu Pandits used to say Panchangam on this day. Panchangam is nothing but the estimate about the happenings in coming days. The Pandits appraise according to some astrological methods and predicts the future days. They reveal about how the agriculture will be? How is the economy going to be? How will the politics be? etc other predictions as per Astrology. On the day of Ugadi morning, people riveted listen to these Ugadi Panchangam predictions.

People implores the God to give the peace and courage for future. On the day of Ugadi citizens in Andhra Pradesh and the Telangana States will make a particular dish, Ugadi Pachchadi with all the ingredients of sour, sweet, salty, acrid,  bitter, and pungent taste. Initially, people used to offer this dish for God and later they will have it. On the day of Ugadi, people exchanges the wishes and greetings.

Happy Ugadi Wishes 2019

  • Good Wishes for a joyous Gudi Padwa and a Happy New Year with a plenty of Peace and Prosperity.
  • As the holy occasion of Ugadi is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love, Here’s hoping this festival brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead.
  • May all your dreams come true, May you excel in whatever you do,
  • Happy Ugadi!
  • May this Ugadi bring in you the brightest and choicest happiness you have ever wished for!
  • May the New Year bring you a life, that is Successful, abundant, prosperous and contenting. Happy Ugadi!
  • May Lord Ganesha fulfill all your dreams, on this auspicious moment of Ugadi!

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