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Everything you know about Ugadi or Yugadi

India is well known for its rituals and traditions with uncountable festivals, numbers of caste and culture have their own festivals, or we can say that each day is celebrated as a festival by different peoples.

Peoples of Karnataka and Telangana are ready to celebrate upcoming ugadi festival, also known as New Year of telgu’s on 28 March 2017.

Origin of Ugadi: According to Hindu calendar, festivals of the year are divided in between solar calendar and luni solar calendar.

Ugadi is celebrated in luni solar calendar on shukla paksha pratipada which is considered as 1st day of chaitra, 1st month of the New Year.

Rituals of ugadi:

Special customs on Ugadi:

Special ritual of telgu families on ugadi:

There is a special ritual followed by telgu families, they invited newly wedded daughter and son in law for lunch and offered them gifts and showers blessing to them.

Women are greeted one another rand apply kumkum and haldi on their fore head.

Ugadi food:

Top first thing one should take on this morning is the popular panchadi, which is made up of five things, jiggery, raw mango pieces, yellow neem flowers, tamarind juice and green chili, It’s a mixture of sweet and sour taste.

Ugadi is a festival of celebrating new things of nature with respect, love and joy. These small festivals joined family with love and happiness and pass on the tradition to the young generation.

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