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dadaji
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240 Posts
Posted - 30 March 2006 :  15:30:46
Jai Jai Shree Gokulesh,

Badhai to all for new year of vraj.

Haripriya.

jagdish
Mover & Shaker Member


376 Posts
Posted - 30 March 2006 :  18:22:30

Jai Shri Krishna,

Badhais...

can someone please discuss the significance of this special, auspicious day ?

This day is celebrated as a New Year day and in Andra Pradesh and Karnataka it is also called Ugadi

Best Wishes
jagdish



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shreekant22
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1853 Posts
Posted - 30 March 2006 :  20:48:55

Jai Shree Krishna

Very True Jagdish bhai. Gudipadwa is celebrated in Andhrapradesh as Ugadi, The Telugu New Years Day. As is well known, Mahaprabhu Shree Vallabhacharya, was a Telugu Brahmin, and hence celebated this day as Ugadi. With Brahamasambanda all that is ours is Shree Pabhus, and hence all celebrations ought take place under his presence/participation only. (As we today celebrate ours and our family memebers birthdays, weddings etc., by offering Naveen Samagris, Nutan vastras and various other manortahs to Shree Thakorji)

Hence Ugadi was/is celebated by the Valalbhkul, as their New year, and keeping with the Telugu new year tradition, the Panchang is read in front of Shree Thakorji. We simply follow  the tradition and celebrate ugadi as it is celebrated by our Guruvanshaj and do seva accordingly as per the guidance of our Gurughar pranalika. The Samvatsar too for us starts from today only.

As such the utsav is not directly related to Shree Thakorjis Leelas.

Edited by - shreekant22 on 30 March 2006 20:51:56

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kaveeru
Junior Member


104 Posts
Posted - 30 March 2006 :  21:33:04

Jai Shree Krishna to all,

Thanks shreekantji.. for the explaination..And y we are eating neem leaves today.. And we are serving to thakorji also..??

What is the importance of neem leaves.???

Gudi Padwa is an occasion where people
traditionally eat something bitter (neem) followed
by something sweet (sugar).. this symbolizes the
true taste of what life is.. and the way we should
accept everything that comes along our way and go
on...

Wish you happy Gudi Padwa...:)

 

Jai Shree Krshna

Kavita.

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dipikas
Entry Level Member


5 Posts
Posted - 30 March 2006 :  21:44:55
very informative ..i never new the meaning of gudi padwa...but atleast i knew little today .thankyou shrikantbhai for information

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dadaji
Senior Member


240 Posts
Posted - 31 March 2006 :  08:00:55

Jjsg,


Shreekantbhai can you elaborate more for samvatsar, there are 60 samvatsars i think.  And Gangor is tomorrow. This day female vrajvasis gatheres and celebrates. I dont know more about so i also want to know.



Haripriya.

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shreekant22
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Posted - 31 March 2006 :  13:07:20

Jai Shree Krishna

Very well explained Kavitaji. Also on this day Shree Thakorji is offered Kaachi Keri too. A sort of begining of the Mango season.

Samvatsar:

Yes, Haripriyaji, there are 60 samvatsars. In fact, 60 years make a Samvatsar. Thus a person born in Vaibhava Samvatsar, will be 60 years old in the next Vaibhava Samvatsar.

Here are the names of the 60 years:

1. Prabhava 2. Vibhava 3. Sukla
4. Pramoodotha 5. Pajothpatthi 6. Agnirasa
7. Srimukha 8. Bhava 9. Yuva
10. Dhata 11. Eswara 12. Bahudhanya
13. Pramadi 14. Vikrama 15. Vishu
16. Chitrabhanu 17. Swabhanu 18. Tharana
19. Parthiva 20. Vyaya 21. Sarvajittu
22. Sarvadhari 23. Virodhi 24. Vikriti
25. Khara 26. Nandana 27. Vijaya
28. Jaya 29. Manmatha 30. Durmukhi
31. Havilambi 32. Vilhambi 33. Vikari
34. Sarvari 35. Plava 36. Shubhakritu
37. Sobhakruthu 38. Krodhi 39. Vishwavasu
40. Paridhavi 41. Plavanga 42. Keelaka
43. Sowmya 44. Sadharana 45. Voridhikrutu
46. Paridhavi 47. Pramadicha 48. Ananda
49. Rakshasa 50. Nala 51. Pingala
52. Kalayukti 53. Siddharthi 54. Roudri
55. Durmati 56. Dundubhi 57 Rudhirodgari
58. Rathakshi 59. Krodhana 60. Akshaya

Gangauri:

The Gangauri festival is celebrated on trij, choth, pancham and chatt. Gangaur is basically a Rajashani Folk festival. On this day new clothes are worn and a mela is formed. Traditionally on this day The Tilkayat, adorn with New clothes, and other exclusivity used to be captured in the traditional painting form. However the practice has been discontinued.

On this day Shree Thakorji is offered Maal Puva in samajri. 



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dadaji
Senior Member


240 Posts
Posted - 31 March 2006 :  19:32:44
Jjsg,
Thank you Shreekantbhai for such a very good explanation.

Haripriya.

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jagdish
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376 Posts
Posted - 31 March 2006 :  19:37:57

Jai Shri Krishna,

Thank You, Shreekantji, dadaji, Kavitaji and all for such wonderful explanations and depth in this flow.

This is all very informative and enjoyable. 

 



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friendmonu
Mover & Shaker Member


280 Posts
Posted - 31 March 2006 :  22:49:59
Jsk,

Actually on ocassion of Gangaur all Rajasthani ladies and girls
worship and pray Shivji and Parvatiji and pray for their long happy married life.
It starts from colour day (Dhulendi) and ends on teej.
It's considered that Parvatiji comes to her 'piyar' (mothers house)
for those 16 days. And Shivji comes on beej to take back Parvati to sasural.
So last two days beej and teej are important.
For 16 days all ladies gather together and sing different geets like
mehandi , kumkum , chunadi , jawara , etc.
And have parties 'bindora' where they take Parvatiji for an outing.
It's a beautiful n auspicious ocassion.

Dadaji hope this shall give a brief idea about Gangaur.

Jsk n Regards ,
Monica.


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dadaji
Senior Member


240 Posts
Posted - 01 April 2006 :  10:25:05

Jai Jai Shree Gokulesh,

Yes monica, I heard like ladies gatheres on the terrace at the night and sings, dance but no male person is allowed. This tradition is also in vraj.



Haripriya.

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