Telugu New Year Ugadi A Special Video For You all Telugu People All Over The Word Watch It Now

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Telugu New Year Ugadi Special Video Tomorrow is the UGADI So i Wish One and all “HAPPY UGADIT” and Happy Telugu New Year 2017.

Traditions & customs of Ugadi Festival in Telugu Community include Ugadi Pachadi, a dish of six different flavors. Know how Ugadi is celebrate in India.The festival of Ugadi heralds the start of a New Year in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

In both states the festival is locally refer to as Telugu Panchang and Kannada Panchang, respectively. Ugadi comes from two words, ‘Yuga’ meaning ‘era’, and ‘aadi’ means ‘the beginning’. People of Maharashtra also observe the same day as ‘Gudi Padwa’.

Ugadi is believed to be the day when Brahma – the Creator, in the Hindu Trinity – formed the universe. It’s also the time when winter is on its way out, and spring’s round the corner, so the concept of new life and a new year is really very appropriate for Ugadi festival.

Telugu New Year Ugadi Special Video

Telugu New Year Ugadi Special Video
The people of Karnataka celebrate Ugadi festival with great devotion. Preparations for Ugadi begin a week in advance; homes are cleaned and decorated, new clothes are bought, and on the day of the festival itself, fresh mango leaves are strung up above doorways to denote prosperity in the New Year.

Pujas and feasting are, as in almost all the other festivals of India, an important aspect of the celebrations.

Ugadi Special Video

Telugu New Year Ugadi Special Video

Special Delicacies ‘Ugadi Pacchadi’ is the traditional Ugadi recipe prepare by the people of Andhra Pradesh. It is a mixture of six tastes – Neem (bitter), Raw Mango (tangy), Tamarind Juice (sour), Green Chilli/Pepper (heat), Jaggery and ripe banana pieces (sweet), pinch of salt, which symbolize life as a blend of different experiences (sorrow, joy, anger, fear, disgust, surprise), which should be accept together. The same is known as ‘Bevu Bella’ in Karnataka.

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