Bestu Varas Current Affairs, GK & News
Gujarati New Year, dubbed as Bestu Varas, was observed on November 5. Key Points This day is observed on Pratipada Tithi of the Kartik month of Hindu calendar. Shukla Paksha marks the beginning of Gujarati New Year. About Bestu Varas Bestu Varas is related to lord Shri Krishna. As per mythology, Lord Krishna spent his ..
Various Parts of India welcomed the New Year on 6th April. Ugadi, Gudi Padava etc were observed in different parts of the Country. New Year in different Parts of the Country Ugadi/Yugadi Ugadi in Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh falls in the Chaitra month and is celebrated by distributing jaggery and neem flowers which is symbolic to sharing ..
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