Greetings of Chaitra Shukla Pratipada (Samvatsararambh) : Hindu new year
The wheel of Time that begins on Samvatsararambh day is related to the Origin of the Universe and is beneficial for mankind. The period commencing on 1st January is related to the Dissolution of the Universe and is harmful. Hence, celebrate the Samvatsararambh day as the New Year day! The first Holy festival which marks the beginning of the New Year, new month and new day for Hindus falls on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is known as Gudi Padwa (in Maharashtra), Yugadi (in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh), Vishu in Kerala and many different name in various states of India.
This Hindu New Year Day is celebrated by worshiping and hoisting the ‘Dharmadhwaj’ (flag) immediately after sunrise. On this day, Prajapati frequencies arrive on Earth in larger proportions. The ‘kalash’ on the Dharmadhwaj facilitates the entry of these frequencies into the house. Neem leaves have greater ability to absorb Prajapati frequencies, hence we should take this as prasad. The ‘Dharmadhwaj’ should be lowered before sunset. Using the ‘dhwaj-kalash’ for drinking water helps us avail of these frequencies the entire year.
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