Gudi Padwa 2018 Date 18th March (Sunday) – Samvatsar Padvo Muhurat and pooja timings

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Gudi Padwa 2018 Date 18th March (Sunday) – Samvatsar Padvo Muhurat and pooja timings
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Gudi Padwa 2017 Date 18th March (Sunday)

2017 Gudi Padwa Muhurat Pooja Date & Timing : Gudi Padwa Date 18th March (Sunday) Samvatsar Padvo 2017 Puja Method & How to celebrate Gudi Padwa Festival. Gudi Padwa Recipes making process/ procedure. Marathi New Year 2075.

Happy Gudi Padwa Greetings Wishes

Gudi Padwa Muhurat 2017

Gudi Padwa Muhurat 2017 : This Gudi padwa festival celebrate on 18th March (Sunday) at various places in different Time. The Vikaram Samvat of 2075 will begin on that day. Samvat of 2075 will begin on that day. Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. On this day new Samvatsara, which is cycle of sixty years, starts. All sixty Samvatsara are identified by unique name.

गुढीपाडवा

गुढीपाडवा हिंदू दिनदर्शिकेप्रमाणे चैत्र शुद्ध प्रतिपदेला साजरा केला जातो. शालिवाहन संवत्सरा(शके)चा हा पहिला दिवस आहे. वेदांग ज्योतिष या ग्रंथात सांगितलेल्या साडेतीन मुहूर्तांपैकीहा एक मुहूर्त आहे. गुढीपाडवा गुड़ी या दिवशी महाराष्ट्रात लोक घराच्या प्रवेशद्वारी उंचावर गुढी उभारतात. चैत्र शुद्ध प्रतिपदा हा दिवस कर्नाटक आणि आंध्र प्रदेश अशा इतर भारतीय प्रांतांत चेटी चांद, उगादी अशा वेगवेगळ्या नावांनी व वेगवेगळ्या पद्धतीने साजरा करण्यात येतो.

Happy Marathi New Year Day

Gudi Padwa Puja Date : 18th March 2018 (Sunday)

Gudi Padwa Timings : Marathi Vikram Samvat 2075 Begins

Pratipada Tithi Begins = 18:41 on 17/Mar/2018
Pratipada Tithi Ends = 18:31 on 18/Mar/2018

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

Gudi padwa greetings ecards

Then celebrate the rest of the day with family, friends, and food.

Marathi New Year Significance

Samvatsar Padvo Celebration Method

How to celebrate Gudi Padwa Festival : Samvatsara is a cycle of sixty years and every year has a unique name. The day of Gudi Padwa begins with an oil-bath and eating Neem leaves ritual followed by prayers.

It is one of the ‘Sadhe Teen Muhurta’ where all day is auspicious and conducting deeds on this day always gives positive results. The other members of the ‘Sadhe Teen Muhurta’ are Akshhay Tritiya, Vijayadashami, and half of Bali Pratipada.

The following table gives the days of the week and the corresponding presiding Deity of that day.

SR. NO.DAYDEITY OF DAY
1MondayShri Shankar
2TuesdayParvati/Lakshmi/Ganapati
3WednesdayPandurang
4ThursdayGurudev Datta
5FridayParvati/Lakshmi
6SaturdayMaruti
7SundayRavi (Sun)

An offering (Prasad) of neem

The following table gives the ability of certain substances to absorb frequencies. From that one will become cognisant as to why neem is partaken of on Gudhipadva day and milk, curd, clarified butter (ghee) and sugar are avoided in the month of Chaitra.

SR. NOTHE SUBSTANCE THE ABILITY TO ABSORB FREQUENCIES (%)
PRAJAPATISURYAYAMA
 1 Neem 70282
 2 Coconut, mango, bananas60382
 3 Wild palm tree, coconut tree, cactii48502
 4 Lilk, curd, clarified butter, sugar18802
 5 Rice, wheat, jowar70282

Happy Gudi Padwa Festival 2017

Happy New Year.

Marathi New Year


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