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  • Esha Deol reveals first look of short film ‘Cakewalk’

    Mumbai: The first look of actress Esha Deol’s short Hindi film titled “Cakewalk” gives a sneak peek into the life of a married chef. “On the auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Cheti Chand and Navratri, I am happy to reveal the first look of my short Hindi feature ‘Cakewalk’. Produced by Dinesh Gupta, Shailendra Kumar and Aritra Das, the film is directed by Ram Kamal Mukherjee and Abhra Chakraborty,” Esha

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    Thane: Dosti Rental House residents stage protest over civic apathy

    Thane: The Gudhi is a symbol of prosperity and to welcome the new year that brings good luck, the Gudis are raised.  But, the Dosti Rental Colonies this year, in order to condemn the civic corporation’s negligence, raised the Gudi of inconvenience.

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    Thanekars celebrate Gudi Padwa in traditional way with modern touch

    Thane: The city that still has its roots well conserved, celebrates the festival traditional way with the modern touch. Gudi Padwa (Hindu new year) falls on the first day of Chaitra month, and the celebration moods starts a day before.

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    Mumbai: BJP-Sena turn inauguration location into battle arena!

    Bhayandar: As the twin-city welcomed the New Year on the auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa, Cheti Chand and Ugadi, the local BJP and Shiv Sena unit turned a venue for inaugurating an elevated storage reservoir (ESR) into an arena with ugly display of chaos and high decibel sloganeering in the Shanti Nagar area of Mira Road on Sunday.

  • Gudi Padwa 2018: Television celebrities wishes happiness and success on Gudi Padwa

    Gudi Padwa 2018: Television celebrities wish happiness and success on Gudi Padwa

    The festival of Gudi Padwa marks the beginning of the New Year, according to the Hindu calendar. The festival falls in the Hindu month of Chaitra which corresponds with the month of March in the Gregorian calendar. On the occasion of Gudi Padwa, here is how television celebrities wish happiness and success.

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    Gudi Padwa 2018: Wishes, messages in Marathi to share on WhatsApp, Facebook and SMS

    Known as Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra and Ugadi in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, it is the first day of Hindu lunisolar calendar. The word ‘padwa’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Pratipada’ meaning the first day of a lunar fortnight. According to mythology, it is the day when Lord Brahma created the Universe and hence is one of the most auspicious days of the year. While for some people it is the day

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    Gudi Padwa 2018: Wishes, messages in English to share on WhatsApp, Facebook, and SMS

    People in Maharashtra are all set to celebrate Gudi Padwa, the first day of the Hindu month of Chaitra that marks the traditional new year for Maharashtrians. The word ‘Padwa’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Pratipada’ meaning ‘first day of a lunar fortnight’. According to mythology, it is the day when Lord Brahma created the Universe and hence is one of the most auspicious days of the year. While for some people

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    Gudi Padwa 2018: Easy to make rangoli ideas and why rangoli holds special importance on Gudi Padwa

    Come festival and everything around us becomes bright, vibrant and beautiful. There are several traditional rangoli designs such as Lakshmi footsteps, kalash, swastik, mango motifs and geometric shapes and designs. Traditionally, rangolis were created using flour, coloured rice, sand or flower petals. With Gudi Padwa around the corner, let us tell you rangolis are an important part of the festive tradition. As per a mythological legend, once there was a king who

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    Gudi Padwa 2018: Puja vidhi, Significance and how to hoist a Gudi

    The bright coloured silk cloth tied on a bamboo, adorned with need leaves and flowers are notable visuals during Gudi Padwa. Hoisting of Gudi signifies warding off evil and bringing in good luck and prosperity. The festival falls on the first day of Hindu month of Chaitra and marks the beginning of a New Year. According to mythology, it is the day when Lord Brahma created the Universe and hence is one

  • Indore: Shyam Automotive hosts customers meet

    Indore: Shyam Automotive, the authorised dealer of TATA Motors, organised customers meet with auspicious occasions of Navratri and Gudi Padwa being just round the corner. Vishal Pamnani of Shyam Automotive said that the main attraction of the programme was a display of fleet of latest generation TATA Motors cars.

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    Gudi Padwa 2018: Deals and offers you cannot afford to miss!

    Gudi, toran, delicacies and new clothes, Maharashtra is all set to celebrate Gudi Padwa. The festival is the first day of the Hindu calendar and has always been solemnised with great religious and cultural fervour. With the new year comes great offers and deals. And these offers help to get a makeover. Gudi Padwa is considered auspicious when it comes to buying a new vehicle or a new house or electrical gadgets.

  • Gudi Padwa 2018: Top 6 Maharastrian recipes by Chef Narayan Salunke

    Gudi Padwa 2018: Top 6 Maharastrian recipes by Chef Narayan Salunke

    Gudi Padwa is the main festival of Maharashtrians. This day is celebrated as the first day of the year by people of Maharashtra. They wear new clothes, have puja at home and prepare variety of food items like Puranpoli, Shrikhand, Puri Bhaaji, Modak, Masala Bhat, Aam Pahna, etc.

  • In pictures: Gudi Padwa celebrates in Mumbai

    Mumbai : The celebration of the festival of Gudi Padwa or the New Year witnessed a massive rally of around thousand people around in Mumbai gathered together on Tuesday morning in Mumbai. People between the age group of six years to 45 years performed with various traditional musical instruments like Dhol, Tasha, banjo, drums, cymbals and presented unique acts of the folk dance form Lezim. All the  women’s wear traditional dressed like