How to celebrate Ugadi, the traditional way

How to celebrate Ugadi, the traditional way Mangal Fashions | Indian Home Decor and Craft

Ugadi is a popular festival celebrated by people in the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana in India. It marks the beginning of a new year in the Hindu calendar and is usually celebrated in the month of March or April. Here are some traditional ways to celebrate Ugadi:

  1. Decorate your house: On the day of Ugadi, people clean their homes and decorate them with flowers, rangolis, and mango leaves.

  2. Wear new clothes: It is customary to wear new clothes on this day.

  3. Prepare traditional food: People prepare traditional dishes like Ugadi Pachadi, a dish made with raw mango, jaggery, neem leaves, tamarind, and salt.

  4. Perform puja: People perform puja or prayers to seek blessings from the Gods for a prosperous and happy year ahead.

  5. Visit temples: On this day, people visit temples and seek the blessings of the deities.

  6. Exchange gifts: People exchange gifts and sweets with friends and family members.

  7. Watch cultural programs: Many cultural programs and events are organized on this day. People enjoy traditional dance and music performances.

  8. Spend time with family: Ugadi is a time for families to come together and celebrate. Spend time with your loved ones and cherish the festive spirit.

Overall, Ugadi is a time to celebrate new beginnings, positivity, and prosperity. So, celebrate it with enthusiasm and joy!
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