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  • 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

  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Discount, offers and casback on real-estate, automobiles and on online products

    On the auspicious day of Gudi Padwa many websites, builders and automobiles are giving you the best discount offers and cashback , so on this Maharashtrian New Year grab the offers if you are looking  for flats , electronics and cars. Builders in Mumbai are looking that there sale will pick up in this Gudi Padwa for that they have started giving discounts, gold coins and foreign trip.

  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Here you all need to know about Paanch Pakwan on the auspicious day

    Happy Gudi Padwa and Ugadi to all readers. On this auspicious day their will be lots of things to do with a vareity of festival foods. on this day normally a typical tradition foods was enjoy virtual treat!!! Here we bring a paanch pakwan bhog which we can make easily on the Gudi padwa at home to our families. The Maharashtrian dishes like in puran poli, plain rice, papad, dal amti or

  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Why do we celebrate Gudi Padwa, Significance, Meaning, Reasons

    Gudi Padwa, Padva or Chaitra Shukla Pratipada is one of the most celebrated festivals especially in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It celebrates the beginning of the traditional Hindu year and the day of the festival is the first day of the Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar. It is the Marathi name for the festival ‘Chaitra Shukla Pratipata’ which is celebrated to welcome the Hindu New Year. In general, major Vedic festivals and

  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Mahurat Time, Date, and, Significance, Pooja Vidhi, Samagri

    Gudi Padwa, Padva or Parva will be celebrate on 28th March this year. The Padwa is known as first day of the year by Maharashtrian and Konkanis. This festival is also celebrates in other states like Ugadi by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are celebrates on the same day.