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Hindu New Year 2022: Wishes, quotes, time and significance

Every year, the New Year for hindus is celebrated in either March or the month of April. This year, it will begin on April 14, the second day of Chaitra Navratri, the first day of the festival.

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Hindu New Year

Hindu New Year 2022 Wishes: Every year, the month of Chaitra marks the beginning of the New Year (which falls in March or April in the Georgian calendar).

The first day of the Hindu New Year, known as Nav Samvatsar, is celebrated on the Pratipada Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of the Chaitra lunar month. The Hindu New Year, also known as the Vikram Samvat, is celebrated in the month of April.

Hindu New Year 2022

Every year, the New Year for hindus is celebrated in either March or the month of April. This year, it will begin on April 14, the second day of Chaitra Navratri, the first day of the festival. The festival of Chaitra Navratri started on April 13 and will last for nine days. During this nine-day celebration, devotees worship the Goddess Durga in her different manifestations. Local variations of the Hindu New Year, also known as the Solar New Year, may be found in various parts of the world.

Gudi Padwa is a celebration celebrated in Maharashtra that marks the beginning of the New Year. This event is known as Ugadi in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Baisakhi is the name given to this celebration in Punjab. The Hindus of Kashmir commemorate this day as Navrey, while the Sindhis commemorate this day as Cheti Chandi. In West Bengal, on the other hand, this event is known as Poila Baishakh and is celebrated with joy and love.

Hindu Calendar Festivals and Holidays in April 2022

Apr 02, Saturday Ugadi, Chetichand, Gudi Padwa
Apr 10, Sunday Shree Ram Navmi
Apr 14, Thursday Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanti, Tamil New Year, Mahavir Jayanti
Apr 15, Friday Bengali New Year’s Day, Hatkeshwar Jayanti, Good Friday
Apr 16, Saturday Hanuman Jayanti
Apr 17, Sunday Easter
Apr 28, Thursday Shab-E-Qadr
Apr 29, Friday Jamat-Ul-Vida

Hindu New Year Wishes 2022

May this new year bring peace, prosperity and success in your life. Happy Hindu New Year.

Another year is here as a disguise of joy. Say goodbye to the old year and start the new one on a positive note. Happy Hindu New Year.

Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year! May God grant you the wisdom to choose the path carefully. Have a promising and fulfilling New Year!

Starting this New Year, may God bless you with immense power and strength to fulfill all your dreams and make it big in life!

Forget the past and enjoy the present, as this New Year brings happiness, success and prosperity. Happy New Year!

I wish you have a great start to the new year, more blessings throughout, and end it with joy. Happy Hindu New Year.

May this new year bring peace, prosperity, and success to your life. Happy Hindu New Year.

Another year is here as a disguise of joy. Say goodbyes to the old year and start the new one on a positive note. Happy Hindu New Year.

May this new year bring great joy, happiness, and enthusiasm to you. Happy Hindu New Year to you and your family.

Happy New Year Quotes 2022

New Year marks the start of a new journey for everyone, may this New Year journey be very fruitful for you and your family! Happy New Year!!

Another year is here as a disguise of joy. Say goodbye to the old year and start the new one on a positive note. Happy Hindu New Year.

May the divine and beautiful lights of New Year lamps illuminate and brighten up your life with nothing but success, peace, and prosperity. Happy Hindu New Year!

With new clothes, dozens of sweets, and blessings of elders, let’s celebrate the new year. Happy Hindu New Year!

Learn from the mistakes that you made in the past year and take a pledge not to commit them in the new year. Happy Hindu New Year!

Happy New Year SMS 2022

  • Wishing you and your family a wonderful Hindu New Year 2022.
  • May this New Year brings you good health, success and fulfill all your wishes.
  • Starting this New Year, may God bless you with immense power and strength to fulfill all your dreams and make it big in life!!
  • I wish you have a great start to the new year, more blessings throughout, and end it with joy. Happy Hindu New Year.
  • May this new year bring peace, prosperity, and success to your life. Happy Hindu New Year.
  • Another year is here as a disguise of joy. Say goodbyes to the old year and start the new one on a positive note. Happy Hindu New Year.
  • May this new year bring great joy, happiness, and enthusiasm to you. Happy Hindu New Year to you and your family.
  • It’s another year with lots of positive thoughts and hopes. May all your dreams come true this year. Happy Hindu New Year.
  • May this festival bring happiness, wisdom, and success to you. Happy Hindu New Year.

Historical Importance of Chaitra Shukla Pratipada

Hindu New Year celebrates Pratipada of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month, it has many historical importance in the past. This festival is associated with the mythological day Lord Brahma created the universe on this day.

In this, not only Brahmaji and the main gods and goddesses of the universe created by him, Yakshas-demons, Gandharvas, sages, rivers, mountains, animals and birds and insects, diseases and their remedies are also worshiped.  New Samvatsara starts from this day. Hence this date is also called ‘Nav Samvatsara’.

There are many historical importance of celebrating Hindu New Year, which we can know due to the following reasons, which are as follows-

  • From the sunrise of this day, Brahma started the creation of the universe.
  • Emperor Vikramaditya established the kingdom on this day. The first day of Vikrami Samvat begins in his name.
  • This is the day of coronation of Lord Shri Ram.
  • This is the nine days of Shakti and Bhakti i.e. the first day of Navratri.
  • Like King Vikramaditya, Shalivahana chose this day to defeat the Huns and establish the best state in South India. Vikram Samvat was established.
  • The coronation of Yudhishthira also took place on this day.

Indian New Year

The dates of the new year are different in different states in India and the new year is celebrated with different names. In Maharashtra, the new year is known as Gudi Pandava which falls in March and April. In Punjab, the new year is celebrated as Baisakhi on 13th April.

According to the Sikh Nanakshahi calendar, 14 March is the Hola Mohalla New Year. In Goa, the Hindu community celebrates this day in the name of Konkani. In the state of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, this day is celebrated as Ugadi. Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir this day is known as Navreh (March 19).

In Bengal the occasion is celebrated as Naba Barsa, in Assam as Bihu, in Kerala as Vishu, in Tamil Nadu as Putuhandu. In Marwari, New Year is celebrated on the day of Diwali. New Year is celebrated on the second day of Diwali in Gujarat. Bengali New Year Pohela Baisakhi falls on 14th or 15th April. New Year is celebrated on this day in West Bengal and Bangladesh.

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