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Mon, 08 Apr



Ugadi Celebrations

Come, revel, and immerse yourself in the festive spirit as we joyously usher in a new cycle of life and prosperity. At Anarghya Communications, we extend a warm invitation to all. 🌟 Indulge in the rich tapestry of traditions, savoring time-honored delicacies, witnessing captivating culture.

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Ugadi Celebrations
Ugadi Celebrations

Time & Location

08 Apr 2024, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Hyderabad, Capital Pk Rd, Ayyappa Society, Silicon Valley, Madhapur, Hyderabad, Telangana 500081, India

About the event

As the vibrant festival of Ugadi approaches, Anarghya Communications extends heartfelt wishes to all our patrons and partners. Ugadi, also known as the Telugu and Kannada New Year, marks the beginning of a new lunar calendar and is celebrated with immense joy and fervor across South India. At Anarghya Communications, we believe in cherishing cultural diversity and celebrating the spirit of togetherness. Join us as we delve into the significance and festivities of this auspicious occasion.

Ugadi, the Hindu festival celebrating the new year in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka, holds deep cultural and spiritual significance. Let’s explore its essence:

  1. Creation of the Universe: According to Hindu texts, Ugadi symbolizes Lord Brahma’s creation of the universe. It marks a fresh beginning, urging us to leave behind the past and embrace new opportunities.
  2. Spring and Growth: Ugadi aligns with the arrival of spring and the planting season. The correspondence of this holiday with the waxing moon in the first month of the Hindu year signifies growth and renewal.
  3. Joyful Traditions: On Ugadi, celebrants begin the day by bathing, applying oil to their bodies, donning new clothes, and offering puja. Hindu women create intricate geometric designs (rangoli) in front of their homes.
  4. Astrological Insights: Attending a temple to hear the recitation of the astrological almanac for the coming year (panchanga sravanam) is an essential part of the celebration.
  5. Ugadi Pachadi: The culinary centerpiece of Ugadi is ugadi pachadi, a special chutney. This mixture combines various flavors—tamarind (sour), neem flowers (bitter), jaggery (sweet), raw mango (tangy), and chili (fiery or angry)—symbolizing the diverse emotions one might experience in the upcoming year.

As we embrace this auspicious occasion, let us cherish unity, happiness, and prosperity. May Ugadi bring abundant blessings to all!

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