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Sant Kabirdas Jayanti 2023 Date

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Sant Kabirdas was a well known 15th century poet, saint and social reformer of India. Bhakti movement was was greatly influenced by his writings. Kabir Panth which is a religious community recognizes him as its founder and its members are known as Kabir Panthis, the followers of Saint Kabirdas.

The major part of Kabir's work was collected by the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan Dev, and incorporated into the Sikh holy scripture Guru Granth Sahib. "Kabir Ke Dohe", the two line couplets are regarded as the hallmark of Sant Kabirdas work.

The birth anniversary of Sant Kabir or Sant Kabirdas Jayanti is observed on Jyeshtha Purnima as per Hindu lunar calendar.

It is believed that Kabirdas was born to a Hindu mother but on the other hand some people are of the opinion that he was a muslim as he brought up by a muslim family in Varanasi. It is believed that he was born in 1398 and died in 1448, though there is a dispute about his birth and death year. 

Kabirdas showed interest in spirituality at an early age and called himself as a child of Sri Rama and Allah. Kabirdas established a spiritual community called ‘Kabir Panth.’ Today, this community has a large number of followers and they are known as Kabir Panthis. Later Kabirdas was known as Sant Kabirdas.

Kabir Das used a very simple language to write and convey the true meaning of life and his teachings have inspired a lot of people. He wrote simple to understand Dohas in  Hindi. People really liked the way he wrote amd happily accepted his poetry. His poems and dohas have also been adopted at the school-level curriculum to spread awareness among people.

People celebrate this day in Varanasi, which is the birth place of Kabirdas. Schools and colleges also create a platform for students to read his poems and celebrate this day.

These are his few renowned writings :-
1. Anurag Sagar
2. Kabir Granthawali
3. Bijak
4. Sakhi Granth

Kabirdas famous Dohas :-
These are the famous Kabirdas dohas:
1. Guru Gobind Dau Khade, Kaake Laagu Paye
Balihaari Guru Apne, Govind Diyo Milaye
2. Aisi Vaani Boliye, Mann ka Aapa Khoye
Auran Ko sheetal Kare, Khud Bhi Sheetal Hoye
3. Bada Bhaya toh kya Bhaya, Jaise Ped Khajoor
Panchi Ko Chhaya Nahin, Phal Lage Ati Door
4. Bura Jo Dekhan Main Chala, Bura Na Mileya Koye
Jo Mann Dekha Apna, Mujhse Bura Na Koye
5. Dukh Me Sab Sumiran karein, Sukh Me Kare Na Koi
Jo Sukh Me Sumirana Kare, Toh Dukh Kahe ko Hoye
6. Sai Itna Dijiye, Ja Me Kutumb Samaye
Main Bhi Bhukha Na Rahun, Sadhu Na Bhukha Jaye
7. Pothi Padh Padh Jag Mua, Pandit Bhaya Na Koye
Dhai Aakhar Prem Ka Padhe So Pandit Hoye
8. Maya Mari Na Mann Mara, Mar Mar Gaye Shareer
Aasha Trishna Na Mari, Keh Gaye Daas Kabir
9. Ati Ka Bhala Na Bolna, Ati Ki Bhali Na Chup
Ati Ka Bhala Na Barasna, Ati Ki Bhali Na Dhoop
10. Hindu Kahe Mohe Ram Piyara,Turk kahe Rahmaana
Aapas Me Dau Lad Lad Muye, Maram na Kou Jaana



Purnima Tithi Begins - 11:16 AM on Jun 03, 2023
Purnima Tithi Ends - 09:11 AM on Jun 04, 2023

Kabirdas Jayanti 2023 Date - Sunday, June 4, 2023
Approximately 646th Birth Anniversary of Sant Kabirdas

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Chinnamasta Jayanti 2023 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2023 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

Chhinnamasta Mata is a unique incarnation of the Goddess Kali as she is regarded as the life taker as well as life-giver. Devotees who worship Goddess Chhinnamasta get rid of all their difficulties. It is believed that by worshipping Goddess Chhinnamasta, devotees can save themselves from issues related to progeny, debt and sexual problems. People worship Mata Chhinnamasta to fulfill all their desires and win over enemies and for financial prosperity. She is worshipped by tantric devotees for awakening of the Kundalini Shakti.

Devotees worship and offer prayers to Goddess Chhinnamastika on the day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti.
Small girls are also worshipped and sacred food is offered to them as they are regarded as Kanjak.

As per the scriptures, it is believed that once Goddess Parvati was taking a bath in the river Mandakani assisted by 2 of her aides. But Devi Parvati forgot about the time and thus after a long time of wait, her aides started feeling too hungry. Despite so much time had gone, Mother Parvati did not realized about the time neither her aides were able to get her attention. When finally Goddess Parvati realized the time, and in guilt beheaded herself, three different bloodstreams erupted. From two bloodstreams her aides satisfied their hunger and the third one was consumed by the Goddess itself. Since that day, she was worshiped in the form of Chhinnamasta Devi.

Chinnamasta Mata Mantra

श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं वज्र वैरोचनीयै हूं हूं फट् स्वाहा॥

Shreem Hreem Kleem Aim Vajra Vairochaniyai Hum Hum Phat Svaha॥

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2023?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2023 Date - Thursday, May 4, 2023

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 11:49 PM on May 03, 2023
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 11:44 PM on May 04, 2023

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2024 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2024 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2024?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2024 Date - Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 05:39 PM on May 21, 2024
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 06:47 PM on May 22, 2024

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2025 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2025 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2025?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2025 Date - Sunday, May 11, 2025

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 05:29 PM on May 10, 2025
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 08:01 PM on May 11, 2025

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2026 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2026 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2026?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2026 Date - Thursday, April 30, 2026

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 07:51 PM on Apr 29, 2026
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 09:12 PM on Apr 30, 2026

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2027 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2027 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2027?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2027 Date - Tuesday, May 18, 2027

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 04:03 PM on May 18, 2027
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 04:02 PM on May 19, 2027

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2028 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2028 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2028?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2028 Date - Sunday, May 07, 2028

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 06:05 AM on May 07, 2028
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 03:32 AM on May 08, 2028

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2029 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2029 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2029?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2029 Date - Saturday, May 26, 2029

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 06:34 AM on May 26, 2029
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 03:14 AM on May 27, 2029

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2030 Date

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2030 Date

Goddess Chhinnamasta is regarded as the 6th of the Dasa Mahavidyas. It is believed that Goddess Chhinnamasta beheaded herself in order to satisfy the hunger of her aides. The Goddess is also popular as Prachanda Chandika or Chinnamastika in many parts of the country. She is mainly worshipped in Eastern India and Nepal. Maa Chhinnamasta temples are located in Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Eastern parts of UP and in Nepal. Maa Chintpurni in Himachal Pradesh and Maa Chinnamasta in Jharkhand are famous temples dedicated to Maa Chinnamasta. The day of Chhinnamasta Jayanti is also observed as Narasimha Jayanti by Sri Vishnu devotees.

As per Hindu calendar, Maa Chhinnamasta Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 14th day (Chaturdashi Tithi) which usually falls in the month of May or April as per Gregorian calendar.

When is Chinnamasta Jayanti 2030?

Chinnamasta Jayanti 2030 Date - Thursday, May 16, 2030

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 12:14 AM on May 16, 2030
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 08:36 PM on May 16, 2030

Narasimha Jayanti 2024 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2024 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2024: Narasimha Jayanti 2024 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2024 Date - Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:24 PM to 07:09 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 44 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - before 12:18 PM, May 22
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi Ends beyond 3 Prahar
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:56 AM to 01:40 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 05:39 PM on May 21, 2024
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 06:47 PM on May 22, 2024

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2024 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Date - Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Narasimha Jayanti 2025 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2025 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2025: Narasimha Jayanti 2025 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2025 Date - Sunday, May 11, 2025

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:21 PM to 07:03 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 42 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:32 AM, May 12
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:57 AM to 01:39 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 05:29 PM on May 10, 2025
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 08:01 PM on May 11, 2025

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2025 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2025 Date - Sunday, May 11, 2025

Narasimha Jayanti 2026 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2026 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2026: Narasimha Jayanti 2026 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2026 Date - Thursday, April 30, 2026

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:17 PM to 06:56 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 39 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:41 AM, May 01
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:59 AM to 01:38 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 07:51 PM on Apr 29, 2026
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 09:12 PM on Apr 30, 2026

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2026 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2026 Date - Thursday, April 30, 2026

Narasimha Jayanti 2027 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2027 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2027: Narasimha Jayanti 2027 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2027 Date - Tuesday, May 18, 2027

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:23 PM to 07:06 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 44 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - before 12:18 PM, May 19
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi Ends beyond 3 Prahar
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:56 AM to 01:39 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 04:03 PM on May 18, 2027
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 04:02 PM on May 19, 2027

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2027 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2027 Date - Wednesday, May 19, 2027

Narasimha Jayanti 2028 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2028 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2028: Narasimha Jayanti 2028 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2028 Date - Sunday, May 7, 2028

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:19 PM to 07:00 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 41 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:35 AM, May 08
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:57 AM to 01:38 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 06:05 AM on May 07, 2028
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 03:32 AM on May 08, 2028

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2028 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2028 Date - Monday, May 08, 2028

Narasimha Jayanti 2029 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2029 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2029: Narasimha Jayanti 2029 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2029 Date - Saturday, May 26, 2029

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:26 PM to 07:11 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 45 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:25 AM, May 27
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:56 AM to 01:41 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 06:34 AM on May 26, 2029
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 03:14 AM on May 27, 2029

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2029 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2029 Date - Sunday, May 27, 2029

Narasimha Jayanti 2030 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2030 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2030: Narasimha Jayanti 2030 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2030 Date - Thursday, May 16, 2030

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:22 PM to 07:05 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 43 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:29 AM, May 17
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:56 AM to 01:39 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 12:14 AM on May 16, 2030
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 08:36 PM on May 16, 2030

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2030 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2030 Date - Thursday, May 16, 2030

Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Date

Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Date

Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sri Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to save his ardent devotee Prahlada and kill Demon Hiranyakashipu on the day which came to be known as Narasimha Jayanti.

Narasimha Jayanti Vratam is considered highly auspicious on the combination of Vaishakha Shukla Chaturdashi with Swati Nakshatra and if it falls on Saturday.

The rules and guidelines to observe Narasimha Jayanti fasting are similar to those of Ekadashi fasting. Devotees eat only single meal one day before Narasimha Jayanti. All type of grains and cereals are prohibited during Narasimha Jayanti fasting. Narsimha Jayanti Parana, which means breaking the fast, is done next day at an appropriate time.

Devotees on the day of On Narasimha Jayanti take Sankalp during Madhyahna (Hindu afternoon period) and perform Lord Narasimha Pujan during Sanyakal before sunset. It is believed that Sri Narasimha appeared during sunset while Chaturdashi was prevailing. People keep night vigil and perform Visarjan Puja next day morning. The fast should be broken on next day after performing Visarjan Puja and giving donation to Brahmin.

Narasimha Jayanti fast is broken next day after sunrise when Chaturdashi Tithi is completed. If Chaturdashi Tithi gets over before sunrise then fast is broken any time after sunrise after finishing Jayanti rituals. If Chaturdashi gets over very late i.e. if Chaturdashi prevails beyond three-fourth of Dinamana then fast can be broken in first half of Dinamana. Dinamana is time window between sunrise and sunset.

Hiranyakashipu got a special wish from Lord Brahma that he could not be killed by any human being, God, animal or any other entity. He could also not be killed by any kind of weapon, neither during the day nor at night. So, Sri Vishnu appeared in half-man, half-lion form and killed him with His nails at twilight while satisfying all the conditions.

Narasimhadeva appeared at dusk on the Shukla Chaturdashi (the fourteenth day of the bright fortnight) in the month of Vaishakha (May). Devotees fast till dusk on this day.

When is Narasimha Jayanti 2023: Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Muhurat

Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Date - Thursday, May 4, 2023

Narasimha Jayanti Sayana Kala Puja Time - 04:18 PM to 06:58 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 40 Mins
Next Day Parana Time for Narasimha Jayanti - after 05:38 AM, May 05
On Narasimha Jayanti Parana Day Chaturdashi would be over before Sunrise
Narasimha Jayanti Madhyahna Sankalp Time - 10:58 AM to 01:38 PM

Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 11:49 PM on May 03, 2023
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 11:44 PM on May 04, 2023

Narasimha Jayanti Date 2023 ISKCON

Narasimha Jayanti 2023 Date - Thursday, May 04, 2023

Attukal Pongala 2024 Date

Attukal Pongala 2024 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

The ritual of Attukal Pongala in 2009 had made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for being the largest religious gathering of women on a single day when over 2.5 million people took part in it.

Lakhs of women are expected to line up on the streets of Kerala’s capital to perform the annual Attukal Pongala festival, in which devotees offer pongala, a gruel made of rice, jaggery, ghee and coconut, to the presiding deity.

The proceeding of the pongala offering usually begin at 10.30am, with the chief priest of the temple lighting the stove with fire brought from the temple’s sanctum sanctorum. The ceremony ends with the sprinkling of holy water by temple priests. The Chooralkuthu ritual, attended by boys aged between 10 and 12, is also held and a procession bearing the deity leave the Attukal Temple for the Sastha Temple at nearby Manacaud. Usually, women from Kerala and neighbouring Tamil Nadu throng the temple, often called Sabarimala of women, in large numbers for the festival.

Attukal Temple is called the "Women's Sabarimala" as only women perform rituals, while it is predominantly men who undertake the pilgrimage to the hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa at Sabarimala.

When is Attukal Pongala 2024?

Attukal Pongala 2024 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2024 Date - Sunday, February 25, 2024
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 10:20 PM on Feb 24, 2024
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 01:24 AM on Feb 26, 2024

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2030 Date

Attukal Pongala 2030 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2030?

Attukal Pongala 2030 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2030 Date - Tuesday, February 19, 2030
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 01:35 AM on Feb 19, 2030
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 12:18 AM on Feb 20, 2030

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2029 Date

Attukal Pongala 2029 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2029?

Attukal Pongala 2029 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2029 Date - Thursday, March 1, 2029
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 06:12 PM on Feb 28, 2029
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 03:21 PM on Mar 01, 2029

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2028 Date

Attukal Pongala 2028 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2028?

Attukal Pongala 2028 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2028 Date - Friday, March 10, 2028
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 09:28 AM on Mar 10, 2028
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 06:29 AM on Mar 11, 2028

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2027 Date

Attukal Pongala 2027 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2027?

Attukal Pongala 2027 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2027 Date - Monday, February 22, 2027
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 01:50 PM on Feb 21, 2027
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 11:54 AM on Feb 22, 2027

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2026 Date

Attukal Pongala 2026 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2026?

Attukal Pongala 2026 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2026 Date - Tuesday, March 3, 2026
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 07:31 AM on Mar 03, 2026
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 07:39 AM on Mar 04, 2026

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Attukal Pongala 2025 Date

Attukal Pongala 2025 Date

Attukal Pongala is a famous Malayalam festival celebrated annually at Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. It is a 10 days event commencing on the Karthigai star of the Malayalam month of Makaram or Kumbham and closing with the sacrificial offering known as Kuruthitharpanam at night. On the ninth day of the festival the world famous Attukal Pongala Mahotsavam takes place.

When is Attukal Pongala 2025?

Attukal Pongala 2025 Date and Time

Attukal Pongala 2025 Date - Thursday, March 13, 2025
Pooram Nakshathram Begins - 04:05 AM on Mar 13, 2025
Pooram Nakshathram Ends - 06:19 AM on Mar 14, 2025

Please note that actual date might be one day off and temple festivals depend on the local calendar followed by temple authorities and sometimes on temple astrologers

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Ugadi 2024 Date

Ugadi 2024 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2024 or When is Ugadi 2024?

Ugadi Festival 2024 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1946 Begins

Ugadi 2024 Date - Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 11:50 PM on Apr 08, 2024
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 08:30 PM on Apr 09, 2024

Ugadi 2025 Date

Ugadi 2025 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2025 or When is Ugadi 2025?

Ugadi Festival 2025 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1947 Begins

Ugadi 2025 Date - Sunday, March 30, 2025

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 04:27 PM on Mar 29, 2025
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 12:49 PM on Mar 30, 2025

Ugadi 2026 Date

Ugadi 2026 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2026 or When is Ugadi 2026?

Ugadi Festival 2026 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1948 Begins

Ugadi 2026 Date - Thursday, March 19, 2026

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 06:52 AM on Mar 19, 2026
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 04:52 AM on Mar 20, 2026

Ugadi 2027 Date

Ugadi 2027 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2027 or When is Ugadi 2027?

Ugadi Festival 2027 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1949 Begins

Ugadi 2027 Date - Wednesday, April 7, 2027

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 05:20 AM on Apr 07, 2027
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 04:28 AM on Apr 08, 2027

Ugadi 2028 Date

Ugadi 2028 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2028 or When is Ugadi 2028?

Ugadi Festival 2028 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1950 Begins

Ugadi 2028 Date - Monday, March 27, 2028

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 10:00 AM on Mar 26, 2028
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 11:43 AM on Mar 27, 2028

Ugadi 2029 Date

Ugadi 2029 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2029 or When is Ugadi 2029?

Ugadi Festival 2029 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1951 Begins

Ugadi 2029 Date - Saturday, April 14, 2029

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 03:09 AM on Apr 14, 2029
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 05:32 AM on Apr 15, 2029

Ugadi 2030 Date

Ugadi 2030 Date

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

When is Telugu New Year 2030 or When is Ugadi 2030?

Ugadi Festival 2030 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1952 Begins

Ugadi 2030 Date - Wednesday, April 3, 2030

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 03:31 AM on Apr 03, 2030
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 05:18 AM on Apr 04, 2030

Ugadi 2023 Date

Ugadi 2023 Date

Ugadi date this year

Ugadi or Yugadi is celebrated as the first day of the Telugu New year by people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. New Telugu Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, begins on this day. All sixty Samvatsara are given a unique name.

In Maharashtra, Ugadi festival is celebrated as Gudi Padwa or the Marathi New Year. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrated on the same day. Ugadi or Yugadi can be said as the New Year of the Deccan region that falls between Vindhyachal Mountains and the Kaveri river which includes the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa and karnataka. It is celebrated as the first day of the Shukla paksh of Chaitra month, usually in the month of March or April.

Ugadi is new year as per Luni-Solar calendar. Luni-Solar calendars considers the position of the Moon and the Sun to divide the year into months and days. Whereas Solar calendar considers only position of the Sun to divide the year into months and days. Just because of this reason, Hindu new year is celebrated twice in the year with different names and at two different times of the year. The Hindu new year based on Solar calendar is known as Thapna in Rajasthan, Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra, 
Sajubu nongma padwa or Meetei Cheiraoba in Manipur, Samvatsar Padvo among Konkanis in Goa and Kerala, Cheti Chand among Sindhis, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Vaisakhi in Punjab, Navreh in Kashmir, Pana Sankranti in Orissa and Naba Barsha in West Bengal. Chaitra Navratri festival also starts on this day for North Indians.

The day of Yugadi begins with ritual oil-bath followed by prayers. Oil bath and eating Neem leaves are must rituals suggested by scriptures. North Indians don't celebrate Ugadi but start nine days Chaitra Navratri Puja on the same day and also eat Neem with Mishri on the very first day of Navratri.

Ugadhi is not celebrated in Adhik Maas (extra month added after every 32 months, 16 days, and 8 Ghatis). Ugadi is called Chaitra Shuddha Padyami in Sanskrit.

The Lord of the first day of the New Year is considered as the Lord of the entire year. In 2023, first day comes on a Wednesday. Lord mercury or Buddha Greh is considered as the Lord of Wednesday. Thus, Lord of this New Year is Mercury.

Significance of Ugadi or Yugadi

Ugadi festival comes after the sun changes its position from the southern to the northern hemisphere during the Spring Equinox. It marks the beginning of the spring and thus it symbolises new life, new hopes and aspirations. It is believed that Sri Brahma, the creator of the universe, started his work on this day. 

Ugadi Celebrations

Ugadi festival date

Ugathi preparations start a week before. People usually clean and renovate their homes. New clothes and other items or products that are needed are purchased. People wake up before sunrise, take early morning oil bath and decorate the entrance door & windows with the fresh mango leaves. Kartikey, son of Shiva-Parvathi insisted people to tie mango leaves at the door of their houses to welcome prosperity and good harvest.

After sprinkling the area with the cow dung mixed water, people also make colorful Rangolis in front of their homes. People celebrate Ugaadi with great enthusiasm by worshipping Gods and Goddesses.

Ugadi Delicacies

Some people tastes 6 different foods on this day. With 6 tastes, it is believed that life is the blend of different emotions and each emotion is like a taste. There is a famous delicacy for Ugadi day called Ugadi Pachadi. It consists of all the 6 tastes where most common ingredients are these:

IngredientTasteEmotion
Neem Buds/FlowersBitterSadness
Jaggery/GurSweetHappiness
Green Chilli/PepperHotAnger
SaltSaltyFear
Tamarind JuiceSourDisgust
Unripened MangoTangSurprise
This delicacy is eaten as Bevu Bella in Karnatka. Ugadi Pachadi is eaten as a holy food on this day, mostly eat as the first thing in the celebration of this festival. Many people just take neem leaves with jaggery.

One of other Ugadi delicacies is Obbattu/Holige/Puran Poli. It is a Roti stuffed with the paste of grams and sugar/jaggery; topped with clarified butter (Ghee) or milk.

When is Telugu New Year 2023 or When is Ugadi 2023?

Ugadi Festival 2023 Date & Timings - Telugu Shaka Samvat 1945 Begins

Ugadi 2023 Date - Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 10:52 PM on Mar 21, 2023
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 08:20 PM on Mar 22, 2023

Happy Ugadi Wishes in Telugu

Happy Ugadi Wishes, Subhakanshalu, in Telugu: తెలుగు ఉగాది పండుగ శుభాకాంక్షలు 2023
  • తీపి, చేదు కలిసిందే జీవితం కష్టం, సుఖం, తెలిసిందే జీవితం మీ జీవితంలో ఈ ఉగాది ఆనందోత్సహాల పూయిస్తుందని  మనస్పూర్తిగా కోరుకుంటూ.. శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు 2023.
  • మామిడి పువ్వు పూతకొచ్చిందికోయిల గొంతుకు కూత వచ్చింది వేప కొమ్మకు పూవు మొలిచింది పసిడి బెల్లం తోడు వచ్చింది గుమ్మానికి పచ్చని తోరణం తోడైంది  ఉగాది పండుగ రానే వచ్చింది మీకు మీ కుటుంబ సభ్యులకు శ్రీ శోభకృత్  నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు 2023.
  • కష్టాలెన్నైనా రానీయకండి సవాళ్లు ఎన్నైనా ఎదురవ్వనీయకండి కలిసి నిలుద్దాం, గెలుద్దాం ఈ ఏడాది మీకు అన్నింట్లో గెలుపునందించే సంవత్సరం కావాలని ఆశిస్తూ.. శ్రీ శుభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు 2023.
  • మధురమైన ప్రతి క్షణం నిలుస్తుంది జీవితాంతం ఈ కొత్త ఏడాది అలాంటి క్షణాలు ఎన్నో మీకు అందించాలని కోరుకుంటున్నాను శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు.
  • కాలం పరుగులో మరో మైలురాయి ఈ కొత్త ఏడాది.. ఈ ఏడాది అంతా మీకు జయాలే కలగాలని ఆశిస్తూ.. శోభ కృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు. 
  • ఈ ఉగాది మీకు ఉప్పొంగే ఉత్సాహాలను చిగురించే సంతోషాలను  విరబూసే వసంతాలను  అందించాలని ఆకాంక్షిస్తూ  శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు. 
  • జీవితం సకల అనుభూతులు సమ్మిశ్రమం  అదే ఉగాది పండుగ సందేశం.  మీకు మీ కుటుంబ సభ్యులకు  శ్రీ శోభ కృత్ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు.
  • చీకటిని తరిమే ఉషోదయం మాదిరిగా చిగురాకులకు ఊయలలో నవరాగాల కోయిలలా  అడుగుపెడుతున్న ఉగాదికి స్వాగతం. శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర  ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు. 
  • లేత మామిడి ఆకుల తోరణాలు శ్రావ్యమైన కోయిల రాగాలు అందమైన ముగ్గులు కొత్త వస్త్రాలతో కళకళలాడిపోతున్న పిల్లలుఉగాది పండుగ సంబురాలు ఎన్నో.. శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర  ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు.
  • కొత్త ఆశలు, కొత్త ఆశయాలు కొత్త ఆలోచనలతో ఈ ఉగాది నుంచి మీ జీవితం ఆనందమయం కావాలని కోరుకుంటూ.. శ్రీ శోభకృత్ నామ సంవత్సర  ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు.

Happy Ugadi Wishes in Kannada

ಯುಗಾದಿ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು ಸಂದೇಶಗಳು
* ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯು ನಿಮಗೆ ವರ್ಷವಿಡೀ ಸಂತೋಷ, ಆರೋಗ್ಯ, ಸಂಪತ್ತು ಮತ್ತು ಅದೃಷ್ಟವನ್ನು ತರಲಿ.

* ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯು ನಿಮಗೆ ಹೊಸ ಚೈತನ್ಯ, ಹೊಸ ಆರಂಭ ಮತ್ತು ಹೊಸ ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿಯನ್ನು ತರಲಿ. ಯುಗಾದಿಯ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು.

* ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯು ನಿಮಗೆ ಉಲ್ಲಾಸವನ್ನು ನೀಡಲಿ. ನಿಮ್ಮ ಹೃದಯವನ್ನು ಉತ್ತಮ ಆರೋಗ್ಯ, ಸಂಪತ್ತು ಮತ್ತು ಸಂತೋಷದಿಂದ ಸಮೃದ್ಧಗೊಳಿಸಲಿ.

* ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷವನ್ನು ಅತ್ಯಂತ ಭರವಸೆ, ಉತ್ಸಾಹ, ಹೊಸ ರೀಕ್ಷೆಯೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸ್ವಾಗತಿಸೋಣ. ಸಂತೋಷ, ತೃಪ್ತಿ, ಶಾಂತಿ ಮತ್ತು ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿ ನಿಮ್ಮದಾಗಲಿ

* ಯುಗಾದಿಯ ದೀಪಗಳು ನಿಮ್ಮ ಜೀವನಕ್ಕೆ ಹೊಳಪು ಮತ್ತು ಬೆಳಕನ್ನು ನೀಡಲಿ ಎಂದು ನಾನು ಭಾವಿಸುತ್ತೇನೆ. ನಿಮಗೆ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು.

* ನಿಮ್ಮ ಶತ್ರುಗಳ ಮೇಲಿನ ದ್ವೇಷವು ದೂರವಾಗಲಿ, ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯು ನಿಮಗೆ ಸಂಪೂರ್ಣ ಸಂತೋಷ, ಉತ್ತಮ ಆರೋಗ್ಯ ಮತ್ತು ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿಯನ್ನು ತರಲಿ.

* ಈ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದಲ್ಲಿ ನಿಮಗೆ ಸಂತೋಷ ಮತ್ತು ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿ ತರಲಿ. ನಿಮಗೂ ಮತ್ತು ನಿಮ್ಮ ಕುಟುಂಬದವರಿಗೂ ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹಬ್ಬದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು.

* ನಿಮಗೆ ಸಂತೋಷ, ಉತ್ತಮ ಆರೋಗ್ಯ ಮತ್ತು ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿಯನ್ನು ತರುವಂತಹ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷ ಇದಾಗಲಿ. ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹಬ್ಬದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು.

* ಎಲ್ಲಾ ಮನಸ್ತಾಪ, ಬೇಸರ ಮರೆತು ಸುಂದರವಾದ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷವನ್ನು ಎದುರು ನೋಡುವ ಸಮಯ ಇದು. ಎಲ್ಲರಿಗೂ ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹಬ್ಬದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು.

* ಈ ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷ ನಿಮ್ಮ ಎಲ್ಲಾ ಕನಸುಗಳು ನನಸಾಗಲಿ, ಮತ್ತು ನೀವು ಬಹಳಷ್ಟು ಸಂತೋಷದಿಂದ ಆಶೀರ್ವದಿಸಲಿ.

* ನಾನು ಸಂತೋಷವಾಗಿರಲು ನೀವು ಕಾರಣ ಮತ್ತು ಯುಗಾದಿಯಂದು ನೀವು ಉತ್ತಮ ಯಶಸ್ಸನ್ನು ಹೊಂದಲಿ ಎಂದು ನಾನು ಬಯಸುತ್ತೇನೆ. ನಿಮಗೆ ಉತ್ತಮ ಸಮಯವಾಗಲಿ ಎಂದು ಹಾರೈಸುತ್ತೇನೆ.

* ನಾವು ಈ ಜೀವನವನ್ನು ಆನಂದಿಸೋಣ, ಯುಗಾದಿಯನ್ನು ಸಂತಸದಿಂದ, ನಗು ಮುಖದಿಂದ ಆಚರಣೆ ಮಾಡೋಣ. ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯಂದು ನನ್ನ ಗೆಳೆಯ/ಗೆಳತಿಗೆ ಶುಭಾಶಯ

* ಹೊಸ ಭರವಸೆಯೊಂದಿಗೆ ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯನ್ನು ನಾವು ಸ್ವಾಗತಿಸೋಣ. ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹಬ್ಬದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು

* ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯಂದು ದೇವರು ನಿಮಗೆ ಉತ್ತಮ ಆರೋಗ್ಯವನ್ನು ಅನುಗ್ರಹಿಸಲಿ, ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು

* ಈ ಯುಗಾದಿಯಂದು ನಿಮ್ಮ ಶತ್ರುಗಳು ಕೂಡಾ ಮಿತ್ರರಾಗಲಿ. ಹೊಸ ಚೈತನ್ಯ ಜೀವನದಲ್ಲಿ ತುಂಬಲಿ

* ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದಲ್ಲಿ ದೇವರು ನಿಮಗೆ ಸಂತೋಷ, ಸಮೃದ್ಧಿ, ಆರೋಗ್ಯ, ಐಶ್ವರ್ಯವನ್ನು ಅನುಗ್ರಹಿಸಲಿ

* ಕಹಿಯಾದ ಬೇವಿನ ಅಂಚಿನಲ್ಲಿ ಬೆಲ್ಲದ ಸಿಂಚನ ಸಿಗಲಿ. ನಿಮ್ಮ ಬಾಳಲ್ಲಿ ಹೊಸ ಚೇತನ, ಉತ್ಸಾಹ, ನೆಮ್ಮದಿ ಇರಲಿ. ಯುಗಾದಿ ಹಬ್ಬದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು

* ನಿಮಗೂ, ನಿಮ್ಮ ಕುಟುಂಬಕ್ಕೂ ಪ್ಲವ ನಾಮ ಸಂವತ್ಸರದ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು. ಬದುಕಿನಲ್ಲಿ ಬೇವಿನ ಕಹಿ ದೂರವಾಗಲಿ, ಬೆಲ್ಲದ ಸಿಹಿ ಹೆಚ್ಚಲಿ, ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷ ಹರ್ಷವನ್ನು ತರಲಿ....

Gudi Padwa 2024 Date

Gudi Padwa 2024 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2024 or When is Gudi Padwa 2024?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2024 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1946 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2024 DateTuesday, April 9, 2024

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 11:50 PM on Apr 08, 2024
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 08:30 PM on Apr 09, 2024

Gudi Padwa 2025 Date

Gudi Padwa 2025 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2025 or When is Gudi Padwa 2025?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2025 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1947 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2025 DateSunday, March 30, 2025

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 04:27 PM on Mar 29, 2025
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 12:49 PM on Mar 30, 2025

Gudi Padwa 2026 Date

Gudi Padwa 2026 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a     custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2026 or When is Gudi Padwa 2026?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2026 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1948 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2026 DateThursday, March 19, 2026

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 06:52 AM on Mar 19, 2026
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 04:52 AM on Mar 20, 2026

Gudi Padwa 2027 Date

Gudi Padwa 2027 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2027 or When is Gudi Padwa 2027?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2027 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1949 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2027 DateWednesday, April 7, 2027

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 05:20 AM on Apr 07, 2027
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 04:28 AM on Apr 08, 2027

Gudi Padwa 2028 Date

Gudi Padwa 2028 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2028 or When is Gudi Padwa 2028?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2028 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1950 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2028 DateMonday, March 27, 2028

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 10:00 AM on Mar 26, 2028
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 11:43 AM on Mar 27, 2028

Gudi Padwa 2029 Date

Gudi Padwa 2029 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2029 or When is Gudi Padwa 2029?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2029 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1951 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2029 DateSaturday, April 14, 2029

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 03:09 AM on Apr 14, 2029
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 05:32 AM on Apr 15, 2029

Gudi Padwa 2030 Date

Gudi Padwa 2030 Date

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

When is Marathi New Year 2030 or When is Gudi Padwa 2030?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2030 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1952 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2030 DateWednesday, April 3, 2030

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 03:31 AM on Apr 03, 2030
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 05:18 AM on Apr 04, 2030

Gudi Padwa 2023 Date

Gudi Padwa 2023 Date

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Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day of Gudi Padwa, new Samvatsara begins which is cycle of sixty years. All sixty Samvatsara are given unique names.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

Gudi Padwa or Gudi Padva or Gudhi Padwa is considered as the Marathi and Konkani New Year based on the position of the Moon and the position of the Sun to divide the year into months and days. The other is the Solar calendar which considers only position of the Sun to divide the year into months and days. That's the reason Hindu New Year is celebrated twice in the year with different names and at two different times of the year. The Hindu new year based on Solar calendar is known as Thapna in Rajasthan, Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra, Sajubu nongma padwa or Meetei Cheiraoba in Manipur, Samvatsar Padvo among Konkanis in Goa and Kerala, Cheti Chand among Sindhis, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Vaisakhi in Punjab, Navreh in Kashmir, Pana Sankranti in Orissa, Naba Barsha in West Bengal and Ugadi, which is celebrated as the Telugu and Kannada New Year in the Deccan region of India.

The day starts with ritual oil-bath and prayers. Oil bath and eating Neem leaves are rituals that must be followed. North Indians do not celebrate Gudi Padwa but start nine days Chaitra Navratri Puja on the same day and also eat Neem with Mishri on the very first day of Navratri.

Traditions of Gudi Padwa

A special Gudhi flag consisting of a silk banner with a garland of flowers and leaves and topped with an upturned drinking pot is erected which is displayed from windows, roofs or trees.

The Gudhi is believed to represent the flag of Brahma as mentioned in the Brahma Purana, an ancient Hindu text, as it is believed that Lord Brahma created time and the universe on this day. People believe that bringing the Gudi at home ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and prosperity in life. It is a custom to visit friends and family, do some home cleaning and dress up in new clothes On Gudi Padwa.

Some people believe that that this day commemorates the coronation of Rama in Ayodhya after his victory over Ravana. Maharashtra’s legendary warrior, Sri Chhatrapati Shivaji first started celebrating Gudi Padwa after his victory. After which Gudi Padwa is celebrated in every Marathi household to welcome the New Year. People start their day by eating bittersweet neem leaves which purify the blood and strengthens the body on the occasion of Gudi Padwa. Gudi Padwa is also considered auspicious for Vaastu puja, buying gold, a new vehicle or opening new business ventures.

People start their day with a holy bath in a river, wear new clothes, and visit the temple to offer their prayers to God. Women wear a nine-yard saree and accessorize their hair with a garland of mogra flowers. The men wear traditional kurta pyjama along with a saffron turban.
women prepare sweets like Puran Poli and Shrikhand and dishes like Aambe Daal and Sunth Paak, which is eaten by all the family members with great joy. Prepared in every Marathi home, Gudi Padwa prasad using neem leaves with jaggery is a bitter-sweet prasad which signifies the journey of life with the mixture of sorrow and happiness.

Gudi Padwa History and Rituals

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The word Gudi Padwa is made of two words - Gudi refers to the flag (garlanded with flowers, mango and neem leaves, topped with upturned silver or copper vessel) and padwa or padava or padavo comes from the Sanskrit word pratipada which refers to the first day of a lunar fortnight. The Gudi Padwa festival is observed with colourful floor decorations called rangoli, a special Gudhi flag, street processions, dancing and festive foods.

The term ‘gudi’ or flags is associated with this festival because of the numerous multi-colored flags that are seen on the roofs of houses. Its little a flag and more of a silk cloth that is tied to the top of a long bamboo stick. Neem leaves and mango leaves are also attached to the top of the bamboo stick along with a garland of flowers. This arrangement is capped with a silver, bronze or copper pot, called handi/ kalash which signifies the victory or achievement of Lord Rama over Ravana, while in some parts, the victory of King Shalivahana when he returned to Paithan. The Gudi is hoisted outside each household, usually to the right, or through a window or terrace. 

When is Marathi New Year 2023 or When is Gudi Padwa 2023?

Gudi Padwa Festival 2023 Date & Timings - Gudi Padwa Marathi Shaka Samvata 1945 Begins

Gudi Padwa 2023 Date - Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Pratipada Tithi Begins - 10:52 PM on Mar 21, 2023
Pratipada Tithi Ends - 08:20 PM on Mar 22, 2023

Gudi Padwa Wishes 2023

Now that the Gudi Padwa festival is just around the corner, here are some messages and quotes that you can see and use for your near and dear ones.

May God shower on you, his choicest blessings and love on this day. Happy Gudi Padwa!

With love, light, peace and progress heading your way, May you have a great Gudi Padwa and an even better year ahead. Greetings of the day to you!

On this day when we celebrate the victory of good over evil, may all the darkness of your life be replaced by light, hatred by love and evil by good. Wishing you and your family a very happy Gudi Padwa!

I wish from the bottom of my heart that the occasion of Gudi Padwa brings a lot of love, peace and prosperity to your lives. Have a great day and year ahead. Happy Gudi Padwa!

Lots of luck, success and happiness head your way on this New Year. Wishing you the best of everything and the best of every day on this auspicious occasion. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Gudi Padwa!

On this auspicious day, I pray to Lord Rama for your happiness, prosperity, luck, fortune and all things good. May you have a fantastic day full of festivities and an amazing year ahead. Happy Gudi Padwa to you and your loved ones!

Gudi Padwa 2023 Wishes in Marathi 

Here you will find Gudi Padwa wishes in Marathi

हिंदू दिनदर्शिकेप्रमाणे चैत्र शुद्ध प्रतिपदेला गुढी उभारली जाते. गुढीपाडवा म्हणजे नववर्ष. येत्या काही दिवसांवरच दिवसातच हा सण येतोय. त्याची त्याची तयारी सुरू झाल्याचं पहायला मिळतंय. अशातच तुम्ही तुमच्या सहकाऱ्यांना, मित्र मित्रिणींना किंवा नातेवाईकांना शुभ संदेश देणार असाल, आत्ताच सेव घ्या हे संदेश!


"गुढी उभारू आनंदाची,
समृद्धीची, आरोग्याची,
समाधानाची आणि उत्तुंग यशाची,
नव वर्षाच्या आणि गुढीपाडव्याच्या शुभेच्छा"

"नक्षीदार काठीवरी रेशमी वस्त्र,
त्याच्यावर चांदीचा लोटा,
उभारुनी मराठी मनाची गुढी,
साजरा करूया हा गुढीपाडवा…
नूतन वर्षाच्या हार्दिक शुभेच्छा"

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Sheetala Ashtami 2023 Date

Sheetala Ashtami 2023 Date


Sheetla Ashtami comes 6 days after the Holi festival but many people observe the Sheetla Ashtami on the first Monday or Thursday after Holi. Sheetala ashtami is on Friday, March 25 in the year 2022.

Sheetla Mata - Introduction


Sitala devi is considered as one of the avataars of Goddess Parvati. Goddess Sheetala is seated on a donkey and holds neem leaves, broom, soup and a pot. Skanda Purana explains the worshipping of Sheetala Mata. Skanda Purana also mentions about Sheetala Mata Stotra which was written by Lord Shiva and that is also known as ‘Sheetalashtak’.
Some Mothers obey Shitala fast or Vrat for the good health and prosperity of their children.Sheetala Mata wears a red-colored dress, rides a donkey. She has 4 hands which hols a silver broom, small bowl, winnow fan, and river Ganga's jal or water.Famous shrines - Sheetla Mata Mandir in Delhi and Gurgaon, Sheetala Mata temple at Dhanop in Rajasthan are some of the shrines dedicated to Sheetla Mata, to name a few.

 



Sheetla Ashtami - Famous Festival of Hindus


Shitla Ashtmi is one of the famous festivals of Hindus, also known by the name of Basoda. The food is prepared the previous evening and not taken hot or with any hot items as it had to be 'Sheetal' or 'thanda khana', (the food that is not hot). Sheetla mata's name itself means 'nirmal', or 'cool'. After offering Sheetla Mata, the food or roti that has been made a day before is eaten with cold items like Dahi or curd as a prasad. Hot items are not eaten on this day and water is poured on the idol of Sheetla Mata. People also give food to the hungry and needy persons.House is cleaned on this day.

Shitla Ashtami Celebrations


Celebrated mostly in North India in states like Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Uttaranchal, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan and in some parts of Bihar. Shitla Ashtmi is also celebrated in Nepal.A Sheetla mela or fair is organised every year in the months of march-April (month of Chaitra, Krishna Paksh according to Hindu calendar) for Shitla Ashtami in the village of Seel-Ki-Doongri in Chaksu at Jaipur. The shrine of Sheetla Mata is on the top of this hill Doongri. A fair is also held in Kaga in Jodhpur.Religious music is played and Food, utensils, shoes, clothes and agricultural items are put up on sale in this fair. Also organised is the cattle fair.

The Legend - Sheetla Mata Story


Sheetla Mata - Goddess who cures chicken pox


Significance/Importance of Sheetala Ashtami: Sheetla Mata is well known as the goddess who cures chicken pox. It is believed that Shitala Mata will save from the epidemics. People worship her and make offerings.As per Puranas,Hindu's religious scriptures Sheetla Mata was created by Brahma who promised her that she should carry the seeds of lentils along and will be worshiped on earth. Jvara Asura or the fever demon born from the sweat of Lord Shiva, was made as her companion.

They came to Earth in the rule of King Birat. The king agreed to worship her but said that she will not be treated as the same as Lord Shiva. Upon listening, she got angry the result was small pox in the kingdom. After this, the king promised her that people of earth will worship her on this day of Sheetla Ashtami. People who worship her do not catch epidemic diseases and live a long and healthy life.

Dedicated to the worship of Goddess Sheetala, it is believed that Sheetala Mata controls chickenpox, measles, small pox and related diseases. If you worship the Sheetala Goddess on the day of Sheetla Ashtami, this will prevent the outbreak of epidemic diseases in the family, particularly among children. Sheetla Mata Katha in Hindi is also available.

Sheetala Ashtami Puja Timings


Sheetala Ashtami Puja Muhurat = 06:31 AM to 6:29 PM
Duration = 11 Hours 58 Mins

Ashtami Tithi Begins from 08:22 PM on 14 Mar 2023 and ends on 06:45 PM on 15 Mar 2023

When is Sheetla Ashtami? Sheetla Ashtami Dates

Sheetala Ashtami 2023 Date - Wednesday, 15th March, 2023
Sheetala Saptami 2023 Date - Tuesday, 14th March, 2023


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