The Indian New Year is also known, as the Hindu New Year which is celebrated in the whole, India and also in some parts of abroad predominately, by the Hindu population.
The Hindu New Year means the beginning of the New Year amongst the Hindu population of the world, which is actually, celebrate in the different, parts, region and states of the nations in the different nations, which include, states from almost Kashmir to Kanyakumari indeed.
Date of the #Hindu New Year is determined on the basis of whether the lunar calendar is following or the solar calendar.
Some states and regions, in India, is followed the Solar calendar, and as per the Solar Calendar, it is the Indian New Year falls on Sankranti of the first month of the calendar, i.e., Vaishakha.
Hindu New Year: Account, History, Narration, Celebration, Festival, Images, Pics
Most of the time, we all #Hindu people observe and celebrate the festival, Sankranti, on either 14th or 15th January, at the beginning of the year.
According to the Lunar calendar, another Indian New Year falls, in the Hindu month of the Chaitra, means March-April, which is touted as the first month of the year.
Thus, in some regions of India, the #Hindu New Year is celebrated as Sankranti and in some regions, it is celebrated in the month of Chaitra.
After the day of the #Hindu festival, Deepavali or Diwali, which is regarded as one of the most important #Hindu festivals, in Gujarat, is celebrated as the first day of the Vikram Samvat calendar that is also the very first day of the Hindu month Kartik.
It is according to the Vikram Samvat Calendar, the each and every Hindu religious festival are based on which is begin from the first day of Chaitra Shukla Paksha.
The Vikram Samvat; is the historical #Hindu calendar of the Indian subcontinent. It is also the official calendar of modern-day India and Nepal, which uses the lunar months and solar sidereal years.