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Happy New Year

Discussion in 'Hinduism DIR' started by Vinayaka, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. Vinayaka

    Vinayaka devotee
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    My New Year is April 14. Several Hindu (Indian) New year's are around then. Others are in the fall. I like this time, as it coincides with Alberta's climate change.

    For others who celebrate it, do you have any plans? Here, because of Covid, we'll stay home from temple, and plan on 'pretending I'm a priest' and doing a larger home puja ... Ganapati.

    And ... Happy New Year to those that celebrate it this time of year. May it bring newfound wisdom and joy.
     
    #1 Vinayaka, Apr 10, 2021
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  2. Vinidra

    Vinidra Jai Mata Di!

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    Happy New Year!
     
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  3. ameyAtmA

    ameyAtmA ज्ञानं सदाशिवात्‌ मोक्षं जनार्दनात्‌
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    ज्ञानं इच्‍छेत्‌ सदाशिवात्‌ मोक्षं इच्‍छेत्‌ जनार्दनात्‌
    Nutan Varsh Shubhechha [Nutan = New Varsh = Year Shubh = auspicious , good icchaa = Wishes]
    First harvest offered to Paramatma

    KanhuBlue_NutanVarsh.jpg VishuKani_Kanhu_Sideways.jpeg Gudhi.jpg
    This is the Gudhi hoisted on Gudhi PaaDwaa in Maharashtra a.k.a. UgAdi in Karnataka/Andhra (1st day of Chaitra)
     
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  4. Viraja

    Viraja Jaya Jagannatha!

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    Very happy New Year. Good bye to Sarvari.
     
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  5. Ashoka

    Ashoka At Your Seva

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    Happy new year! :D
     
  6. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Be your own guru

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    Yeah, hope it will be a happy year and the virus will die soon. India becoming the highest infected country with the second wave. Hard times. No family congregations.
    My wife, prepared the 'Navreh thali' as usual, made every one look at it the first thing in the morning.
    The image does not have a mirror, which is one missing item here.
    Also the beginning of Spring 'Navaratras" (Nine days dedicated to the Mother Goddess).
    Yeah, non-veg., onions, prohibited by higher authority during these nine days.

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    #6 Aupmanyav, Apr 12, 2021
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