Ugadi 2013, Yugadi date in 2013: Telugu & Kannada New Year 2013

Ugadi 2013, Ugadi date in 2013. Yugadi 2013 date. Telugu, Kannada New Year 2013.

In 2013, Ugadi date is April 11, Thursday. Ugadi 2013-2014 marks beginning of Vijaya Nama Samvatsaram.

Ugadi 2013 (Yugadi 2013) is the Telugu New year and Kannada New year. Ugadi 2013 date is April 11, Thursday. Ugadi 2013 marks the beginning of Sri Vijaya nama Samvatsara in Hindu Panchangam. Vijaya Nama Samvatsaram is the Hindu New Year of 2013-2014.

Ugadi or Yugadi means the beginning of an era. Hindus in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka celebrate their New Year as Ugadi whereas the people of Maharashtra celebrate it as Gudi Padwa.

Vasant Navratri or Chaitra Navaratri begins on Ugadi festival. Sri Ram Navami Navratras also begins on Ugadi or Gudi Padwa (Chaitra Shukla Pratipada). This day also marks the conclusion of Vasanta Navaratri Durga Puja.

Ugadi Pachchadi is the special recipe prepared on Ugadi day in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is known as ‘Bevu Bella’ in Kannada. This recipe signifies the combination of all aspects of life.

Ugadi Panchanga Shravanam is done on Ugadi. Astrology predictions and yearly horoscopes are told by Brahmins on this day to common people.

Ugadi 2013 date in Hawaii is – April 10. As per PST, MST, CST and EST, Ugadi 2013 date in USA is – April 11.

Ugadi 2013 date in UK, Europe, UAE, Singapore and Malaysia is – April 11, 2013.

As per WAU, SAU, NT, QSLND, NSW and ACT timezones, Ugadi 2013 date in Australia and New Zealand is – April 11.

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  1. I am aware that the telugu calendar is a cycle of sixty years,each year has a particular name.Please I would like to know all the names respectively,it will benefit our telugu vidhyartees a lot in our sabhas in MAURITIUS.Thank you.

  2. I love eating Ugadi Pachchadi. New clothes, new season, new year makes Ugadi the best festival among all Telugu festivals. For 2013 Ugadi, I will be at my home town, Rajahmundry which is a great place to be at during Ugadi festival.

  3. We want to celebrate Griha Pravesham on Ugadi 2013. Is there any muhurtham for house warming on this Ugadi 2013 festival day.

  4. A Telugu calender means it should start from Ugadi to ugadi not from Jan to Dec. This kind of calender is called English calender translated into Telugu so please publish the REAL TELUGU CALENDER.

  5. Your information about skanda sasthi is wrong. Because skanda sasthi is already started on 6th nov in our temple at TIRUTTANI. and will be ending on 12th nov.

  6. This website has given elaborated points to everyone.I got many points regarding Ugadi and SriRama Navami.

  7. Praveen, you can see many articles about Telugu calendar 2010. There are numerous Telugu calendars. Hindupad is given Sakshi calendar 2010, Kondagattu Hanuman temple calendar 2010, and Telugu panchangam 2010-2011. We will try to give more Telugu calendars for the year 2010 and 2011 in near future. Thanks…