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As the holy occasion of Ugadi is here and the environment is filled with the spirit of laughter and love, here’s hoping this festival of loveliness brings your way, bright sparkles of happiness, that stay with you through the days ahead.

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Ugadi means..
New Life
New Hope
New Aspirations
New Beginning
Let’s make each day Ugadi!

Ugadi wallpapers greetings and Images


May this ugadi bring in you the brightest and choicest happiness and love you have ever wished for May this ugadi bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity. May lights triumph over darkness. May peace transcend the earth. Happy Ugadi



Life can be like ugadi pachhadi with different tastes You might have to experience the sourness and bitterness in life To be able to fully enjoy the sweetness. By then, you’ll know you found your true happiness. Happy Ugadi to you and your family.



Life is full of surprises, Enjoy it You may experience sadness, forget it You may get angry, forgive easily Things may cause you fear, overcome it. And soon you’ll find happiness. Wishing you a happy and prosperous Ugadi 2016



Celebrate this day with your family and loved ones May the moments spent together fill your heart with happiness and enjoyment. Wishing you nothing but the best this Ugadi. Happy Ugadi 2016


Mangoes for Surprise Neem for Sadness Jagerry for Happiness May all these flavors fill your life in balance. Welcome and enjoy all the surprises in life. Learn to overcome sadness and soon you’ll experience happiness. My best wishes to you and your family for a Ugadi 2016


Ugadi means..
New Life
New Hope
New Aspirations
New Beginning
Let’s make each day Ugadi!


May this Ugadi usher cheerfulness, enriching the hearts of people with good health, wealth and joy. Happy Ugadi!


Lets welcome Ugadi with great hope, eagerness & anticipation.Let us look forward to a plentiful of joy, satisfaction, peace & prosperity.


May this Ugadi bring you new spirit, new beginning and new prosperity. Wishing you a very happy Ugadi!







Best wishes on Ugadi and New year.

Preparations for the festival start on a week ahead. Houses are given a detailed wash. Shopping for new stuffs like; clothes and buying other items that go with the requirements of the celebration are done with a lot of enthusiasm. Ugadi is celebrated with festive fervor in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. While it is called Ugadi in Andhara and Karnataka, in Maharashtra it is known as “Gudipadava”. On Ugadi day, people wake up before the break of daylight and take a head bath after, which they beautify, the doorway of their houses with fresh mango leaves. The green mango leaves tied at the entrance signify a good crop and general well being.

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Special Delicacies during Ugadi

It is a period for raw mangoes spreading its tang in the air and the fully blossomed Neem tree that makes the environment healthy. Also, jaggery made up of fresh crop of sugarcane which adds a renewed flavor to the typical dishes related with Ugadi. “Ugadi Pachchadi” is one such food that has become identical with Ugadi. It is made of new jaggery, raw mango, Neem flowers and new tamarind pulp. The inner meaning of this preparation is to specify that life is a mixture of good and bad, enjoyment and sorrow and all of them have to be treated equally. All experiences have to be treated with equability. Everyone should make a resolve that he will face everything peacefully whatever happens in this year, accepting it with fine grace and welcoming all. Consider everything as for one’s own good. Men should rise above grief and happiness, success and breakdown. This is the primary message of the Ugadi festival. In Andhra Pradesh, dishes such as “Pulihora”, “Bobbatlu” and preparations made with raw mango pulp which goes well with the event. In Karnataka too, alike preparations are made but called “Puliogure” and “Holige”. In Maharashtra they make “Puran Poli” or sweet ‘Rotis’.

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