[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras in Assam celebrated Ugadi/Gudi Padwa by drawing Rangolis at their houses

14 Apr 2024 132 Views

“Santana Dharma is a grand and all-embracing religion. There should be no narrow mindedness in a Sanatani. He should feel His presence in the Chandala, in the thief, the lowest beings, the sinners, the foreigners and in all. He should worship God in all, especially in the hungry, the needy and the downtrodden with selfless service and liberality. This is in real sense, the true worship of and devotion to God.” Swami Rama Tirtha (1873-1906)
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce that Bala Samskar students in Assam celebrated Hindu New Year (Gudi padwa) by making Rangoli at their houses. Also learned about the significance of Hindu new year which falls in the month of Chaitra.
Significance Events associated with Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, Hindu New Year.
1. From the sunrise of this day, Lord Brahma began the creation of the universe.
2. Emperor Vikramaditya founded the kingdom on this day. The first day of Vikram Samvat begins with his name.
3. It is also the coronation day of Lord Sri Rama.
4. It is the first day of Navratri of Sri Rama Navami
5. This day is also the birthday of Sri Angad Dev Ji, the second Guru of Sikhs.
6. Swami Dayananda Saraswati Ji founded the Arya Samaj on this day and gave the message of Krivanta Vishwamaryam.
7. Prabhu Jhulelal, the famous social protector of Sindh province appeared on this day.
8. Like Vikramaditya, Shalivahana chose this day to defeat the Huns and establish the supreme state in South India. Vikrama Samvat was established.
9. Also the coronation day of Yudhisthira
10 It is also the birthday of founder of the Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh HH Dr. Keshavrao Boliram Hedgewar.
11 Maharshi Gautam Jayanti also falls on this day.
Natural Significance of Indian NewYear
1. The spring season begins with Pratipada, which fills the surroundings with gaiety, enthusiasm, joy, and fragrance of flowers.
2. It is the time of beginning of harvest i.e. the time of reaping the fruits of the farmer's hard work.
3. Nakshatras are in auspicious positions, i.e. it is an auspicious time to start any work.
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