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Hindu New Year 2023
The Hindu New Year is celebrated in every part of the world according to the British calendar, and 1st January is regarded as the new year day. But, different cultures observe different days as their new year, so they hold specific importance in those cultures.
The new year dates differ in different states of India, and each day holds significance in its form of acknowledgement. This article discusses a detailed description of the new year’s date and its relevance to various cultures. Please read this article to know more.
Hindu New Year Date 2023
- According to the Hindu calendar in North India, the new year will begin from the pratipada of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month, which falls on 22 March 2023. This day is celebrated in the Hindu community of North India and marks the beginning of Chaitra Navratri. It is an important Hindu festival in which they worship Goddess Durga. Therefore, Vikram Samvat 2080 and Saka Samvat 1944 will begin on the same day.
- In South India, the Hindu community celebrates the new year on Ugadi, which will be observed on March 22nd, 2023. Both these days hold a special place in Hindu culture and are considered the most auspicious day of the year. This day is also celebrated on Pratipada of Shukla Paksha.
- The Gudi Pandwa is celebrated as Hindu new year in Maharashtra, which also falls on March 22, 2023. The new year is known as Baisakhi in Punjab and is observed on April 13. The Hola Mohalla New Year is observed on March 14, according to the Sikh Nanakshahi calendar. This day is commemorated in Goa by the Hindu community in honour of Konkani.
- Kashmiri Pandits celebrate Navreh is the name given to the Hindu New Year according to their culture, and this year it falls on March 22, 2023. The event is commemorated as Naba Barsa or Poila Baisakhi in Bengal (April 15, 2023), Bihu in Assam (April 14, 2023), Vishu in Kerala (April 15, 2023), and Putuhandu in Tamil Nadu (April 14, 2023). Marwari people celebrate the new year on the day of Diwali (12 November 2023). Gujarati Hindus celebrate New Year on the second day of Diwali (13 November 2023).
Muhuart of Pratipada Tithi
Tithi begins on 21 March 2023 at 10:55 pm
Tithi ends on: 22 March 2023 at 8:23 pm
Hindu New Year Significance 2023
- In North India, the Hindu new year begins with Chaitra Navratri, the festival of worshipping nine forms of Goddess Durga. The birthday of Lord Rama which is celebrated as Ram Navami marks the completion of Chaitra Navratri.
- In South India, Hindus believe that Lord Brahma created the universe on the day of the f UgadiAtIn the beginning of Ugadi, people worship nine forms of Goddess Durga.
- In Maharashtra, people believe that Lord Rama was coronated post his return to Ayodhya on this day. This day is celebrated in Chaitra Month based on the Lunisolar Hindu calendar. This day also falls on Pratipada of Shukla Paksha.
- In Punjab, the new year is celebrated on April 13 because it is the day the farmers cut the first harvest of their crops. Similarly, Poila Baisakh marks the beginning of the new financial year for Business people. Bihu also signifies the first harvest of the season.
- Navreh is celebrated with the view that Chakreshwari was honoured when the first sunbeam touched her. For astrologers, the Saptarishi era and the New Year start at this precise moment.
Hindu New Year Rituals 2023
- The Hindu new year day is celebrated as the beginning of Chaitra Navratri; people worship goddess Durga and observe fast, which continues for nine days. on these, the Shailputri form of the Goddess is worshipped.
- The idol of Goddess Durga is placed in a sacred location in the home along with a Kalash decorated with five different types of leaves, chunks of turmeric, betel nut, durva, etc.
- A ” diya ” or lamp is lit before the idol of goddess and Kalash and this diya glows continuously for nine days. Several offerings like Chunni, dupatta, kumkum (vermillion), shringar are given to the idol.
- People are required to worship Goddess Durga and chant Durga Aarti and mantra.
- Rituals like oil bathing, house cleaning, and worship are practised on this day to celebrate. Then, a week before the festival day, preparations start.
- On the Hindu New Year’s day, individuals don brand-new clothing and adorn their homes with rangoli, colourful floor designs known as Mugglu, and floral arrangements.
- Also, they make a dish known as “Ugadi Pachadi,” made with six components that stand in for the six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, spicy, and astringent.
Gudi Padwa Ritra
- People create a unique Gudhi flag decorated with flowers, mango, and neem leaves and topped with an upside-down silver or copper pot. Gudi is installed at the front gate, and worshipped with prayers of Lord Brahma. Post the worship of Lord Brahma; people worship Lord Vishnu in front of the Gudi. This ritual mark the beginning of their Hindu New year.
- Using powdered paint, flowers, and petals, people decorate their homes’ floors with rangolis on this special day. However, the most effective approach to welcome guests and festivals is creating a beautiful rangoli, according to many.
- Aambe Daal and Sunth Paak are among the delicacies that women cook on this day, along with sweets like Puran Poli and Shrikhand.
Hindu New Year Wishes 2023
- Nav Nav varsh ki khoob khoob Bdhai.
- Nav varsh laye mangal Khushi, jeevan main aaye nayi katana.
- Wishing you and your family a very Happy Hindu New Year. May Goddess Durga shower blessings on you.
- May the lord give you immense strength to dream and fulfil new success this year.
- May the lord and your parents keep showering their blessings upon you this year. Happy Hindu new year.
- May this new year bring you and your family joy and happiness.
- Let the gods grant you good health, fortune, joy, and prosperity this Gudi Padwa.
Happy Gudi Padwa!
- May God grant you good health and joy every day of the year, and may he keep you close at all times. Here are my best wishes to you and your loved ones. Happy Hindu New Year.
- Happy Hindu New Year and best wishes for a happy Gudi Padwa filled with joy and lots of peace and prosperity.
- Wishes from heart are neither too long or too short, until they reach the heart of the recipient. So I hope you’re in a pleasant mood as I send you a Ugadi wish.
- May this Ugadi bring cheer and fill people’s hearts with joy, prosperity, and good health.
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