Home Art & Culture Andheri Senior MNS leader Manish Dhuri organises grand function to celebrate Gudi Padwa in Andheri West

Andheri Senior MNS leader Manish Dhuri organises grand function to celebrate Gudi Padwa in Andheri West

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Andheri Senior MNS leader Manish Dhuri organises grand function to celebrate Gudi Padwa in Andheri West

Gudi Padwa is one of the most significant Hindu festivals. It is believed to bring a lot of good luck, success, wealth, and happiness.

Principally celebrated in Maharashtra state, the festival marks the creation of the universe by Lord Brahma.

It also represents the start of a new year for Marathi and Konkani people. Most individuals use this day to begin a new part of their lives by starting a new business, purchasing a new home, or making significant investments.

Manish Dhuri Leader MNS Leader and popular face of Maharashtra Nav Nirman Sena organised a grand function to celebrate Gudi Padwa which dawns the Maharashtrian New year in Azad Nagar Andheri West.

The prime attraction of this celebrationis was that Dhuri along with history party workers including women organised a rally with DJ Dhol Thashe and celebrated the occasion in true Maharashtraian traditional style.

Gudi Padwa is one of the most significant Hindu festivals. It is believed to bring a lot of good luck, success, wealth, and happiness.

 

Principally celebrated in Maharashtra state, the festival marks the creation of the universe by Lord Brahma.

It also represents the start of a new year for Marathi and Konkani people. Most individuals use this day to begin a new part of their lives by starting a new business, purchasing a new home, or making significant investments.

The day begins with a ritualistic bath, followed by prayers. People clean their houses and make sure they are decorated with flower garlands, earthen lamps, and rangolis. They also wear new clothes before offering prayers.

People make Gudi flags using a colourful silk scarf that is tied to a bamboo stick with neem leaves and mango flowers on the top end, as well as Saakhar gaathi (sugar candy garland). Victory is symbolised by the kalash on the bamboo stick in an inverted way. After the pooja, the Gudi is hoisted outside the house. Sweets and savoury treats are also distributed.

 

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