Gudhi Padva (Marathi, Konkani) is a spring-time celebration that denotes the conventional new year for Marathi Hindus.It is praised in and close Maharashtra on the main day of the Chaitra month to check the start of the New year as indicated by the lunisolar Hindu logbook. The word padava originates from the Sanskrit word (pratipada ) in Sanskrit, which alludes to the principal day of a lunar fortnight. The celebration is seen with bright floor adornments called rangoli, a unique Gudhi signal (garlanded with blooms, mango and neem leaves, finished with upturned silver or copper vessel road parades, moving and happy sustenances.
In south India, first day of the brilliant period of the moon is called pāḍya . Konkani Hindus differently allude to the day as being a defilement of the word (saṁvatsara).
Telugu Hindus commend indistinguishable event from Ugadi, while Konkani and Kannada Hindus in Karnataka allude to The equivalent new year celebration is known by different names in various districts of the Indian subcontinent. Notwithstanding, this isn’t the all-inclusive new year for all Hindus. For a few, for example, those in and close Gujarat, the new year merriments correspond with the multi-day Diwali festival.
For some others, the new year falls on Vaisakhi between April 13 to 15, as indicated by the sun-powered cycle some portion of the Hindu lunisolar schedule, and this is by a wide margin the most prominent among Hindus of the Indian subcontinent as well as among Buddhists and Hindus in numerous parts of southeast Asia.
Gudhi implies signal, erect banner on the houses as a component of festivity in Maharashtra where its for the most part celebrated.According to Kittel word has a place with South Indian dialect origin.
The word pāḍavā is gotten from the Sanskrit word pratipad for the primary day of every fortnight in a lunar month i.e. the primary day on which the moon shows up after the purported “new moon” day (amāvāsya) and the main day after the full moon. A Gudhi is additionally lifted on this event giving this celebration its name. The term padva or Paavo is additionally connected with