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Gudi Padwa

 Essay on Gudi Padwa

The festival of Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the Shukla Pratipada of Chaitra month. It is also called the year Pratipada or Ugadi. It is believed that Gauri Padava means that on the day of Pratipada, Brahma Ji had created the world. 
Gudi Padwa
Gudi Padwa
That is why this day is celebrated as a New Sanskrit i.e. New Year.

Gudi Padwa is considered to be the beginning of Hindu New Year, this is the reason why all the people of Hindu religion celebrate it in different forms in the form of a festival. 
In general, on this day, the worship of Gudi in Hindu families is imposed on the door of the house, and the doors of the house are decorated with bananawar made of mango leaves.

It is believed that this Bandarwala brings happiness, prosperity, and happiness to the house. On the day of Gudi Padwa, there is a tradition of making sweet dishes called Puranpoli, especially among Hindu families, which are eaten with ghee and sugar. On this day, specially Srikhand is made in Marathi families, and it is served with other recipes and whole. 

Gudi Padwa
Gudi Padwa
On this day in Andhra Pradesh, pachadhi prasad is distributed and distributed in every house. It is also the law of eating neem leaves on the day of Gudi Padwa. On this day, rising up early in the morning, jaggery is eaten by eating neem's capsules. It is considered a symbol of the change of bitterness to sweetness.

The Hindu calendar is also started from Gudi Padva. It is said that the great mathematician of Bhaskaracharya was composed by the Bhaskaracharya on this day from Sunrise to Sunset, the calculation of the day, month and year was composed of the almanac.

In the word Gudi Padwa, the word Gudi means Vijay Vijay and Padwa Pratipada. It is believed that on this day Lord Rama had liberated the people of the South from the tyranny and rule of Bali, as a result of which happiness was hoisted in every house as Gudi. Even today, this tradition is prevalent in Maharashtra and some other places where gudi is hoisted on every day in every house.

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