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Happy New Year 2019 In Hindi, Bangla, Telugu and Marathi

New Year is celebrated on different dates in different parts of India. Often this date falls in the months of March and April. In Punjab, the new year is celebrated on 13th April by the names of the Baisakhi. According to Sikh Nankshahi calendar 14 March Hola Mohalla is a new year. Around this date Bengalis and Tamil New Year also comes. Telugu new year comes between March-April. In Andhra Pradesh they celebrate it as Ugadi. This is the first day of the month of Chaitra. Tamil New Year Vishu is celebrated in Tamilnadu and Kerala on April 13 or 14. Pongal in Tamil Nadu is officially celebrated as the new year on 15th January. Kashmiri calendar is on March 19th. In Maharashtra, Gudi Padava is celebrated in the month of March-April. People celebrate the Kannada New Year on the first day of Chaitra month. Sindhi New Year festival is celebrated on the same day, Cheeti Chand and it falls on the same day of Ugadi and Gudi Padwa. In the month of Madarai, Chitaiya is celebrated in the month of Tiruvavjana. Marwari celebrates the new year on Diwali. Gujarati New Year takes place on the second day of Deepawali. Jainism also has a new year on this day. The Bengali New Year Pohla Baisakhi comes on April 14 or 15. This is the new year in West Bengal and Bangladesh too.

So, the Indian people celebrate New Year on different days as per their customs. But, they collectively celebrate New Year on January 1 also with same enthusiasm and fun. With all the other rituals followed by the people of different regions in India, wishing each other is one. People don’t forget to wish other each other on this day as it marks the first day of new year and the new beginning. So, find the best new year wishes to wish your near and dear ones on the New Year.

Happy New Year in Hindi (नया साल मुबारक हो)

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Happy New Year in Hindi : The whole world celebrates New Year on different days, and in different regions of India, the New Year starts at different times. But according to the English calendar, the start of the new year is believed to be from 1 January. Since the end of one year on December 31, the new English calendar year starts from January 1. Therefore, this day is celebrated like the festival in the whole world.

Since the year is new, it is welcomed with new hopes, new dreams, new goals, new ideas. It is believed that after celebrating the new year, that if the first day of the year is celebrated with enthusiasm and happiness, then the same enthusiasm and happiness remain all year round.

According to Hindu Panchang, however, the new year does not begin on January 1. The Hindu New Year begins with the Gudi Padva. But celebrating the New Year on January 1 also contributes significantly to the unity of all religions. From the night of December 31, people start gathering at different places and they start celebrating New Year and at 12 o’clock, they all greet each other with new year greetings.

The New Year shows a new beginning and always teaches to move forward. We have to go ahead with a new hope by learning from what we did in the old year. Just as we are not sad at the end of the old year but welcome the new year with great enthusiasm and happiness, in the same way, we should not be sad about the time elapsed in our life.

Happy New Year in Bangla (শুভ নব বর্ষ)

Happy New Year in Bangla :The Bengalis celebrate New Year on Pahela Baishakh or they say Bangla Nabobarsho. It is the first day of Bengali calendar and is celebrated on 14 April or 15 April in the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and part of Assam. It is time for people to clean and decorate their homes and call upon Goddess Lakshmi, the donor of wealth and prosperity. All new ventures start from this auspicious day, because the businessmen open their fresh lasers with the Haal Khata, a festival in which Lord Ganesha is called and the customers are invited to settle all their past dues. The people of Bengal celebrate the day in the cultural activities and participate in it. Although, they also observe the New Year on 1st January and celebrate it with same enthusiasm.

Happy New Year in Telugu (నూతన సంవత్సర శుభాకాంక్షలు)

Happy New Year in Telugu : If you live in the southern Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, then you will definitely hear the story about Lord Brahma who started the creation of the Universe on the day of Ugadi. Since then, the people observe New Year on this day. People prepare for the new year by cleaning their house and buying new clothes. On Ugadi day, they decorate their homes with leaves of mango and rangoli designs, pray for a prosperous new year, and visit the temples to listen to annual calendar in the form of Panchangasravanam for the coming year. Ugadi is a good day to start a new effort. But, people celebrate New Year on first January also.

Happy new year in Kannada (ಹೊಸ ವರ್ಷದ ಶುಭಾಶಯ)

Happy new year in Kannada : Ugadi day is a symbol of the beginning of Hindu New Year which is celebrated by the people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka states. Just like Andhra people, Kannada people also observe their New Year on this day. This date often coincides with the Gudi Padwa which is celebrated in Maharashtra. This day marks the beginning of the Chaitra month in the Hindu Calendar. People decorate their homes, wear new clothes and join the grand festivals on the day. Family members, friends and neighbors meet to greet each other and to celebrate the day by sharing sweets and gifts.

Happy new year in Bhojpuri

Happy new year in Bhojpuri : People in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar celebrate the New Year on January 1 just like the whole world. They enjoy the day with their family and friends. They party on this day, visit each other’s house, exchange sweets, and fire crackers.

Happy new year in Marathi (नवीन वर्षाच्या शुभेच्छा)

Happy new year in Marathi : In Maharashtra and Goa, the New Year is observed as Gudi Padwa—a celebration that proclaims the coming of spring month (March or April). At an opportune time of the first day of Chaitra month, individuals wear new garments and decorate their homes with beautiful rangoli designs and flowers. A silk flag is raised and people worship it. The Marathi people celebrate the day with greeting each other and exchanging sweets. Individuals hang a gudi on their windows, a finished shaft with a metal or a silver vessel put on it, to observe Mother Nature’s abundance.

Happy new year in Malayalam (പുതുവത്സരാശംസകൾ)

Happy new year in Malayalam : For Kerala people, the New Year falls on Vishu which is the first day in the first month of Medam in Kerala. On this day, Malayalees, visit the temple early morning and looking for an auspicious sight, called Vishukani. They celebrate the whole day with traditional rituals with tokens called vishukaineetam. It comes in form of coins and people distribute it to the needy people. On this day, they wear new clothes and celebrate the day by bursting firecrackers. They also prepare a variety of delicacies at an elaborate lunch called the sadya and enjoy it with family and friends.

Happy new year in Assamese

Happy new year in Assamese :The Assam people celebrate New Year on the spring festival of Bohaag Bihu or Rongali Bihu, which they consider as a new agricultural cycle day. On the day, people go to fairs and involve in fun games. Young belles sing Bihu geets (New Year’s songs) on this day and dance the traditional mukoli Bihu. They also prepare traditional pitha or rice cakes to enjoy on this day.

Happy new year in Tamil (புத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துக்கள்)

Happy new year in Tamil : For the Tamilians, Varsha Pirappu or Puthandu Vazthukal is their Tamil New Year which falls in the mid-April. It is basically the first day of Chithira according to the traditional Tamil calendar.

The day starts by watching kanni or buying things like gold, silver, gems, new garments, new schedule, rice, coconuts, organic products, vegetables, betel leaves, and other items. This custom is accepted to introduce favorable luck.

The morning incorporates a formal shower and chronological worship called panchanga puja which is a Tamil Panchangam (a book on New Year expectations) and it is worshipped with sandalwood and turmeric paste, blooms, and vermilion powder and is set before the divinity. Afterward, it is perused or tuned in to either at home or at the temple.

On the eve of this day, people clean their households and decorate it. They decorate their doorways with mango leaves strung together and vilakku kolam decorative patterns adorn the floors. They wear new clothes and gather with their family members and light a traditional lamp, the kuthu vilakku. They also visit temples on this day. However, they also celebrate New Year on January 1.

Whether people in India celebrate the New Year on January 1 with entire world or observe it on different days, they enjoy it with full zeal.

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