Ugadi marks the beginning of a New Year for several Hindu communities including Telugu, Kannada and Marathi speaking people. While it is called Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka, in Maharashtra it is known as "Gudipadwa". Ugadi is celebrated on "Shukla Paksha" (bright fortnight) of "Chaitra Masa" (first month) in the first season of the year "Vasanta-Ritu" (spring Season). It is customary to listen to the reading of the "Panchang" (Almanac) on Ugadi, so that one may know the predictions for the year ahead. It is also a tradition to offer "Ugadi Pachadi" as "Prasad" in Telugu communities. It is a mixture of sweet, bitter, sour, salty, tangy and spicy ingredients to signify that life is also a mixture of good and bad times and one must face both with equanimity.

Program Details

10:00 AM - Suprabhatam, Nitya Puja
10:30 AM - Sponsors Sankalpam, Vishesh Puja & Abhishekam
11:15 AM - Culturals by kids and devotees, Panchanga Pattanam
11:45 AM - Alankara Darshan, Special Archana (Sponsors Sankalpam)
12:00 PM - Mangal Aarti.
  
 

SPONSORSHIPS:

Sponsorship Donation    What Devotee gets?
Event Grand Sponsor $1001 Balaji Silver Coin, All Pujas for the event, Free Calendar
Event Sponsor $501 Balaji Silver Coin, Abhishekam Sponsorship, Free Calendar
Abhishekam Sponsor $51 Abhishekam, Free Calendar
Sankalpam $31 Sankalpam Sponsorship
Recurring Donation $30/Month One Sankalpam puja each month.

 

Please select Donation / Puja you would like to sponsor. Please make sure you enter names how you pronounce.  Pundit Ji will perform Puja with your Gotra Namas.