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Shubhkrut Naam Samvatsar begins with new ray of hope

 Gudhi Padwa is considered as the first day of Hindu New year in Maharashtra. The almanacs in Maharashtra follows Shalivahan Shak. On April 2, Shalivahan Shak 1944 begins as per the almanacs like Date Panchang, Maharashtriya Panchang, Kalnirnaya Panchang etc.

As per Rajandekar’s panchang the name of new Samvatsar is ‘Shubhkrut Naam Samvatsar.’ The year 2022-23 is named ‘Shubhkrut’, meaning that which creates suspiciousness.

On the same day, The Hindu New Year 2079 or Vikram Nav Varsh Samvat also begins. Vikram Samvat is the traditional lunar Hindi calendars followed in North India especially in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Delhi and Chhattisgarh. Some almanacs in Northern India have termed this year as ‘Nala’ Naam Samvatsar while some almanacs have termed the year as ‘Rakshas Samvatsar’. These almanacs say, “As per Hindu astrology Rakshas Samvatsar will have Shani as King and Guru or Brihaspati as Minister. Shani is associated with fights among people in power and also diseases. But as Brihaspati is the minister there will be progress and peace through hard work and devotion.”

Gudhi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi by the people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Both Gudhi Padwa and Ugadi are celebrated on the same day.

The Hindu New Year based on Solar calendar is known as Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Vaisakhi in Punjab, Pana Sankranti in Orissa and Naba Barsha in West Bengal.

The day begins with ritual oil-bath followed by prayers. Oil bath and eating Neem leaves are must rituals suggested by scriptures. North Indians do not celebrate Gudhi Padwa but start nine days Chaitra Navratri Puja on the same day and also eat Neem with Mishri on the very first day of Navratri.

According to astrologer Dr Anil Vaidya, “The Varsha Pravesh Kundali has been made on the basis of end of Amavasya. Though, we celebrate Gudi Padwa on April 2, the no moon day of Amavasya ended on April 1 at 11.53 am and Pratipada begins on the same day. The varsha Kundali has Gemini as ascendant which is duel in nature, so this year gives mixed results as per general predictions.”

Though there are transits of all nine planets in April and this year is termed as year of turbulence some planets will give positive results:

n Sun in exalted sign: profit from the government system or benefit to the government.

n Strength of police will increase.

n Big changes in education, research and politics.

n Bruhaspati: relief from corona virus, expansion in the field of education. Jupiter is the factor of knowledge, so intellectuals with their intelligence will be able to take the country to new heights.

n Rise in business opportunities through entrepreneurship development.

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