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Ugadhi / Gudi Padwa << Back

event vanue6330 Lackman Road, Shawnee KS

event date29th Mar 2017 to 29th Mar 2017
event time12:00 am to 12:00 am
event Phone Contact Person :Manager
event emailmanagers@htccofkc.org
event Phone(913) 631-7519

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Morning – 10:30 AM to Noon
Evening – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Lakshmi Ganapati Asthana Puja followed by Panchanga Shravanam

 

 

Ugadhi:

 

The festival of Ugadi heralds the start of a New Year in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. In both states the festival is locally referred to as Telugu Panchang and Kannada Panchang, respectively.

Ugadi comes from two words, 'Yuga' meaning 'era', and 'aadi' means 'the beginning’. Ugadi is believed to be the day when Brahma - the Creator, in the Hindu Trinity - formed the universe. It’s also the time when winter is on its way out, and spring’s round the corner, so the concept of new life and a new year is really very appropriate for Ugadi festival.

 

Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra:

Gudi Padwa or Samvatsar Padvo is celebrated as the first day of the year by Maharashtrians and Konkanis. In Maharashtra, the new year is celebrated as Gudi Padwa-a festival that heralds the advent of spring. Early on the morning of the first day of the Chaitra month people finish their ablutions, wear new clothes and decorate their houses with colorful “rangoli” patterns. A silk banner is raised and worshipped and greetings and sweets are exchanged. People hang decorated pole with a brass or a silver vessel placed on it.

 

For more information contact: Temple Managers/Priests: 913 631 7519

 

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Hindu Temple & Cultural Center of Kansas City
6330 Lackman Road Shawnee, KS 66217-9739

Phone: (913) 631-7519
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Saturday 09:00 AM - 08:30 PM
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