Saturday, 17 March 2018

How Gudi Padwa is Pure Delight!

Gudhi Padva is a spring-time festival that marks the traditional new year for Marathi Hindus. The arrival of a new year fills everyone with new hopes and dreams and so it is celebrated with a lot of joy and vigour all over Maharashtra.
People begin this auspicious day by waking up early, cleaning their homes and decorating the floor with colourful rangolis. The vibrant colours of rangoli are mainly associated with spring.  So is our homes, vibrant, colourful and full of life!

Gudi Padva signifies the arrival of spring and the reaping of rabi crops. The festival is linked to the mythical day on which Hindu god Brahma created time and universe. We offer homes that are a universe in itself! All amenities in one project!
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India is a predominantly agrarian society where agriculture is the main occupation. Gudi Padwa is one of the most famous harvesting festivals of India that marks the end of one season and beginning of a new one. That is why we offer preschool for your little ones who are set to embark on their journey of a happy beginning!
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A notable sight during Gudi Padwa are the numerous Gudi arrangements at every household. It is a bright colorful silk scarf-like cloth tied at the top of a long bamboo. On top of it, one or more branches of neem leaves and mango leaves are attached along with a garland of flowers. This arrangement is capped with a kalash signifying victory.  We wish that each and every one of you stand victorious in all the battles of life!

The Gudi Padwa festival marks the new year and also celebrates victory of Maratha warriors. Maharashtra's Great Warrior, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, was the person who started the Gudi Padwa celebrations after his victory. The tradition of raising the Gudi was initiated by Shivaji and from then it  has been followed by every Marathi household to welcome the New Year.
The festive dishes of Gudi Padwa include Shrikhand and Puran Poli.
GGG wishes everyone a very happy and prosperous New Year. May this year be filled with reasons to celebrate!

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