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Hindupad wishes Happy Ugadi & Gudi Padwa 2014

31 March 2014 is Ugadi, Gudi Padwa, Navreh & Nav Varsh (Hindu New Year). In 2014, Ugadi also known as Telugu New Year and Kannada New Year and Gudi Padwa or Marathi New Year is celebrated on March 31.

Cheti Chand or Sindhi New Year is celebrated as Chaitra Dwitiya or Chaitra Shukla Vidiya on April 1.

This 2014-2015 Hindu year is known as Sri Jaya Nama Samvatsara, 28th year in the cycle of 60 Hindu years.

All North Indian people celebrate the festival as Nav Varsh while Hindus in Kashmir celebrate it as Navreh or Kashmiri New Year.

In Kaliyuga Shaka 2014-2015 is 5115 year, 997 year in Ramanujabdhi, 2085 year in Aadi Shankaracharyabdhi, 1936 year in Shalivahana shaka, and 2071 year in Vikram Samvat calendars.

On the occasion of Hindu New Year (Ugadi / Gudi Padwa / Cheti Chand / Nav Varsh / Navreh /Sanvar Padvo), Hindupad wishes all the visitors and all Hindus all over the world – A Happy New Year.

Wish all Telugu people Happy Telugu New Year 2014 in Telugu:

Jaya nama Samvatsara Ugadi Shubhakankshalu

శ్రీ జయ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు

Wish all Sindhis Happy Sindhi New Year 2014 or Cheti Chand 2014:

‘Cheti Chand jyon Lakh Lakh Wadayun Athav’

Wish all Kannadigas Happy Kannada New Year 2014 in Kannada:

Sri Jaya nama Samvatsare Ugadhi Shubhakankshagalu

ಶ್ರೀ ಜಯ ನಾಮ ಸಂವತ್ಸರ ಯುಗಾದಿ ಶುಭಾಕಂಕ್ಷಗಳು

Wish all Marathis a Happy Marathi New Year 2014 in Hindi:

गुदिपद्वा की हर्थिक शुभकामनाये

Ugadi Mantram or stotram to chant while taking Ugadi Pacchadi or Bevu Bella

What to do on Ugadi, Ugadi rituals & customs

History of Ugadi, significance & symbolism

Significance of Ugadi Pacchadi (Bevu bella), 6 tastes & 6 aspects of life

How to prepare Bevu Bella / Ugadi Pachchadi

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