Wishes for Happy Gudi Padwa, Chaitra Navratri, Jhulelal Jayanti and Ishti


Celebration of Gudi Padwa:

Gudi Padwa or Gudi Padva is celebrated in different states and regions of India, with distinctive styles and rituals and is known by various names. This festival is celebrated on the first day of waxing the moon and “Gudi” is the symbolic flag which is raised on every house. Many Maharashtrians families decorate their homes to welcome the new year in anticipation of an excellent new year ahead. They wear vibrant new clothes and infectious mood brings smiling faces everywhere on this auspicious day.

This festival is the perfect day to start any new venture, business or undertake a new education course due to its extremely significant importance. It is believed from this day, all negativities are dispelled, brings good fortune and happiness to the home.

We wish for a strong and growing association with our business associates. May all your wishes come true this year.!!

Celebration of Chaitra Navratri:

Chaitra Navratri is celebrated over nine days to mark the beginning of the creation. According to Hindu Mythology, it is believed that Lord Brahma started the creation of the universe. The festival celebrates the nine forms of Durga, and the first day (Chaitra Navratri) is dedicated to celebrating the beginning of mankind.

Navratri is a period of introspection and purification of self. It is considered auspicious for starting new ventures. So, pray and fast soulfully this Navratri and stay blessed throughout the year. Let this festival bring a lot of wealth, health, and peace of mind to everyone.

We wish for bountiful blessings of Devi Maa Shakti, to all our business associates. Let there be generation of new energy and happiness all around.

Celebration of Jhulelal Jayanti:

Jhulelal Jayanti is a Hindu festival that is celebrated in honor of Jhulelal, the patron saint of the Sindhi community. Jhulelal is revered as a symbol of unity and strength among the Sindhi people, and the festival is an opportunity for people of Sindhi origin to come together and pay tribute to their cultural and spiritual heritage.

This festival expresses its rich cultural heritage and is celebrated by the Sindhi community worldwide with boundless joy and enthusiasm. All of us remember the pious teachings of Lord Jhulelal. We seek his blessings for a happy and blissful year ahead for our business associates.

Celebration of Ishti:

Ishti in other words is also recognized as “Anvadhan“. It is one of the most momentous events according to Hindu calendar, especially by the followers of Vaishnava Sampradaya. Anvadhan in Sanskrit refers to the ritual of adding fuel to keep the Sacred Havan burning. Ishti is the act of performing a ritual to fulfil a desire. Ishti in colloquial term means desire.

Anvadhan is observed before Ishti. On the day of Anvadhan, followers of Hinduism observe a fast all day long. And on the day of Ishti, followers perform Yajna. Ishti is a ritual that devotees perform for a short duration to pray for the fulfilment of their desires. It is like a ‘Havan‘ that lasts for a few hours, unlike those that last for an entire day, weeks, months, or years.

Vaishnava Sampradaya people perform Ishti observances to do virtuous deeds and solicit Lord Vishnu to obtain their desirable things. They observe the fasting ritual to honor their divine God, Vishnu. As per belief, if one performs homa on the day of Ishti, Vishnu will shower his blessings on them. Whatever one wishes, they will see the lights of fulfillment. Eventually, fasting on Ishti day brings peace and happiness to all.

Team Blossom Inc wishes all their customers, partners, system integrators and resellers, “Happy Gudi Padwa, Chaitra Navratri, Jhulelal Jayanti and Ishti to you and your family!!”

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