Know How To Decorate Your House On Gudi Padwa 2023 As Per Astrology
Maharashtrians with Konkanis commemorate the beginning of the year as Gudi Padwa, which is also known as the Samvatsar Padvo. The names of every one of the 60 Samvatsaras are different. Let us read in detail about the festivities of Gudi Padwa 2023, how people celebrate it across the nation, and what rituals you must follow to seek blessings in the best way possible on the first day of the year, as per the Hindu calendar.
Pratipada date starts: March 21, 2023, at 10:53 PM
Pratipada date ends: March 22, 2023, at 08:21 PM
Puja Muhurat: March 22, 2023, 06:29 AM to 07:39 AM
Celebrations of Gudi Padwa across the nation
People in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh observe Gudi Padwa as Ugadi. For Maharashtrians, Gudi Padwa marks the start of the new year. The celebration is joyful. The Gudi is a regular sight in Maharashtrian households during Gudi Padwa. People make it by attaching a long bamboo pole, a brilliant green and yellow brocaded fabric, sugar crystals (Marathi), a mango branch, neem leaves, and a wreath of flowers to it.
Moreover, folks keep a pot made of copper or silver inverted over everything else. A Gudi is typically displayed for everyone to see from a windowsill, balcony, or outside the house. On Gudi Padwa, people greet each other while wearing new clothing. Also, on Gudi Padwa, it is customary to consume bitter Neem leaves with jaggery plus tamarind to begin the day.
According to Hindu tradition, the Gudi Padwa celebration commemorates the day Lord Rama acquired his throne following his 14-year absence from Ayodhya and his triumph over King Ravana. Moreover, it marks the beginning of the Chaitra Navratri in various parts of the nation, and it is a time when numerous individuals fast and pay respects to Lord Rama and Goddess Durga.
The Gudi Padwa celebration represents good triumphing over evil. Throughout the day, individuals clean their residences, create lovely rangolis, and cook Puran poli, the shared food. Typically, the event takes place from late March to early April. It is known as Ugadi in the south, while Cheti Chand is in the north.
Additionally, a parade is organised the day before the Gudi Padwa celebration for everybody to join in and help light diyas before setting them on leaves and releasing them in the water. This day serves as a reminder of the affection between husband and wife. For a customary lunch, many parents bring their married daughter and her spouse.
Using tasteful and diverse lighting schemes can enhance the appearance of your home.
Bring in lanterns, fairy lights, lamps, and wall sconces to go extravagant with the decor in your house.
Add tea candles for a creative glow to bring all your creative do-it-yourself home décor ideas to life.
Decorate your dining room
Festivals are not over without preparing your preferred sweets and savoury dishes. For the Gudi Padwa 2023 celebrations, make food items like poori, puran poli, prasad ladoo, amrakhand, and a unique dish prepared with neem, walnuts, and honey.
To create a celebratory mood, serve these delicious delicacies on your most elegant china.
In addition, you may adorn your dining room table by arranging fresh flowers and foliage in attractive containers.
Decorate your walls
Repainting your interiors for the Gudi Padwa celebration will up the festive ambiance in your home.
Either hire professionals to paint the house or tackle it yourself. It is always fun to self-paint the ceilings of your house with your family.
Everything needed for painting is easily accessible and within reach.
Additionally, painting the rooms personally is an ideal choice if you have a limited budget.
Use clean flowers
Using original and fresh flowers to adorn your home instead of synthetic materials can make it appear even more joyful.
Fresh flowers provide visual appeal to the home and boost vitality by releasing a special natural scent.
Decorate your puja room
On the morning of the Gudi Padwa event, it is ideal to start your day with prayer recitation and floral offerings to God in the temple room of your residence.
You must clean your puja room and keep the figurines polished since the day is full of ceremonies.
Additionally, you may adorn your pooja area with dangling torans, brass monastery bells, bright rangoli designs, and lighted diyas.
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Posted On - February 15, 2023 | Posted By - Moumi Roy | Read By -
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