Chaitra Shukla Pratipada (Gudi Padwa) is celebrated as Ugadi, Yugadi, Navreh, and Cheti Chand in other states of India. It marks the beginning of the lunisolar Hindu calendar. There are different rituals associated with the celebration of this Hindu New Year. Gudi Padwa, the festival of zeal falls on 18th March 2018 and is celebrated with much enthusiasm in the state of Maharashtra and other states of India.
As per the mystical science, the festival of Gudi Padwa should be celebrated as per the guidelines of Vastu. The first day of Chaitra month signifies the arrival of spring. Simple Vastu solutions like planting crops in a favourable direction could bring about an improvement in the business prospects. Gudi Padwa is more and more linked with agriculture as it indicates the significance of agrarian.
With the Vastu perspective, the festival of Gudi Padwa is considered as a very auspicious day across the country.
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