Ugadi, is a South Indian festival, in fact, very famous South Indian festival, which celebrates and rejoices in the Deccan states, of India, with glory, which includes, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana states.
The festival, Ugadi, is the New Year’s Day for the citizens of the above-mentioned states in India. The carnival is observed in those above mentioned, states, of India, on the first day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Chaitra.
Generally, the Ugadi, which is one of the primary and important Hindu festivals, falls, in the month of March or April of the Gregorian calendar and this year we all Hindu people shall celebrate the festivity on this April, 6th, 2091.
The typical style of the observing #Ugadi, festival, is by painting and drawing colorful patterns on floor called kolamulus (Telugu: Muggulu, Kannada: Rangoli), mango leaf decorations are also applied and done on the door and over the door, which is just looks and appeared as beautiful and eye catchy, called toranalu (Kannada: Torana).
Giving and receiving gifts and presents, like, the new clothes, giving charity to the poor, special bath followed by oil treatment, making and serving a special meal, known as widely, pachadi, and visiting Hindu temples, are some another gestures of the auspicious festival, called #Ugadi.
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The Ugadi lunch, (Pachadi), it consists of the all kinds of the meal and dishes, and different kinds of the tastes and flavors, also include, in the food, which includes, sweet, sour, salty, bitter.
As per the tradition of the Telugu and Kannada and as per the Hinduism, it is a symbolic reminder that we should use all kinds of tastes and flavor, in the #Ugadi, means, the New Year festival, so that, our day, will turn special and memorable one.
The Hindu festivity, Ugadi, is celebrated as the Hindu New Year in the whole, India, predominately, by the Hindu peoples. In South India, the festival, is addressed as the Ugadi, and in Maharashtra, the festival, is celebrated as the Gudi Padwa as per the Gregorian day and in the Karnataka, the festival is enjoyed as the Yugadi.
The word, “Ugadi” or the ‘Yugadi”, is taken and derived from the Sanskrit words yuga (age) and ādi (beginning): so the “Ugadi” or the “Yugadi” stands for and means, “the beginning of a new age”.
As I already mentioned, above in this article, that in the Deccan states, like, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the festival, celebrates, as the #Ugadi (ఉగాది) and in the Karnataka, this one is celebrating as the Yugadi (ಯುಗಾದಿ) in grand manners, and we all celebrate the festival, with our friends and family together.
The #Ugadi, festival, is the also perfect day, and an ideal day, when you can share some SMSS, WhatsApp Quotes, Wishes, Greetings, Images, Pics, with your friends and family and in this article, you will get a collection of the same.
So, without wasting time, just read down the whole article by scrolling down the same And I THINK AND I hope you guys shall like my article.
Ugadi: SMSs, WhatsApp Quotes, Wishes, Messages, Greetings, Images, Pics, FB Status, Festival, Celebration, Account, Narration
1). Wish you all a very happy #Ugadi.
2). I pledge to the god that on this #Ugadi, just loads of happiness, success, and prosperity, will be spread in my friends and family’s life, in short, my near and dear ones, will be too happy and will happily live their life for throughout the year.
3). We will celebrate the festival, Ugadi, or the Yugadi, and when we will just celebrate the festival, then why we should celebrate it alone?
Yes, we should celebrate the festival and the special day, with our friends and BFFs, so that we will spread happiness only, in everybody’s lives…
4). I pledge to the God that on this #Ugadi, in fact, from this #Ugadi, nobody, no living creature, whether, it is human beings or animals, nobody, will starve or die in the hunger and each being of the World, will be blessed with the Food and meal, which is primary, clothing, shelter, and education.
5). Nothing is better than, doing something good in our lives, especially, on the festival ~ Happy Ugadi 2019
6). Let’s do some charity, for the poor people and donate them some money, and also just feed some food to the hungry people as nothing as special as the “Anna Daaan” (food charity) ~ Happy Ugadi
— Shekhar Ravjianii (@ShekharRavjiani) March 18, 2018
May the festival of #ugadi bring good fortune and happiness to all. God bless
— Mohanlal (@Mohanlal) March 18, 2018
Happy Gudi Padwa, Ugadi and Cheti Chand to all celebrating the new year!
The festivals celebrate the harvest season and the advent of spring. A season of joy and hope.#AmarChitraKatha #Comics #GoodWishes #GudiPadwa #Ugadi #ChetiChand pic.twitter.com/86nlBEEVoZ
— Amar Chitra Katha (@ACKComics) March 18, 2018
— Boman Irani (@bomanirani) March 18, 2018
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