The first day of the Chaitra month is celebrated as Gudi Padwa by the Hindus. It is the start of the Hindu New Year. It is known as the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada by the Marathas.
It denotes the festival of respecting the season of spring or productivity. All through the nation this day is seen by diverse names. Ceremonies and different exercises begin right from the dawn and are done for the duration of the day. Significance of Gudi Padwa lies in cherishing Lord Brahma, who is viewed as the inventor of the universe. It is accepted that He made the universe from absolute loud noise on this exceptionally propitious day.
He is initially conjured and asked for to favour His blessings with security and thriving for himself and his whole crew. It is a longing for prosperity. It is accepted that Gudi Padwa is the very day when Lord Rama, the human incarnation of Lord Vishnu came back to His kingdom Ayodhya as its esteemed ruler in the wake of killing the evil spirit ruler Ravana and saving Sita. Gudi Padwa is in this way additionally a festival of another period or start of wellbeing, flourishing and equity. 8th April 2016 represents Gudi Padwa Celebrations.