Happy Gudi Padwa Wishes | Spiritual Significance of Gudi Padwa
It’s Gudi Padwa today! … Hence today, let’s understand the spiritual significance of this wonderful festival!
We prepare & offer sweet dishes like Shrikhand Puri (or Puran Poli) to guests today… Hence, let’s keep sharing sweetness with all!
- Above the Gudi, is kept neem leaves (which have medicinal properties)… Hence, let’s also heal the hearts of all!
- Around the Gudi, is kept patasha leaves (which are sweet)… Hence for healing all, let’s first become very sweet from within!
Being the first day of the month of Chaitra, many celebrate Gudi Padwa as the new year… Hence, let’s make this new year truly new & happy!… By putting a full stop to unpleasant memories of the past, & starting a new beginning of enthusiasm, joy & love!
Spiritual Significance of Gudi Padwa
It’s said Lord Ram became victorious over the wicked king Vali on this day (hence people celebrated by decorating the Gudi)… Thus, denoting becoming victorious over the negativity within!
It’s believed Lord Brahma created the new world on this day… Hence, it’s with great joy we inform you the good news that God has already descended & has practically started carrying out His divine task of world transformation through the corporeal medium of Prajapita Brahma… Hence, let’s connect to Him directly by studying His spiritual knowledge & Rajyoga meditation daily, to make our life full of true peace, love & joy… Indeed, this would be the best contribution to His divine task of bringing the divine land Satyuga once again!
Indeed the name Ugadi (the name of this festival in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka) means Yug + Aadi i.e., the beginning of the new age!
Conclusion (Happy Gudi Padwa Wishes)
Hence, let’s start this new year positively, by inculcating sweetness & healing the hearts of all!… Indeed, let’s make the entire coming year a festival & celebration, sharing love & happiness with all, thereby helping bring the ever-happy land Satyuga once again!
Gudi Padwa also marks the start of Navratri (which actually comes 3 times a year)… Hence, you might also wish to have a look at our series on ‘Spiritual Significance of Navratri‘
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