On Shukla Paksha, the Pratipada Tithi of Kartik, Gujaratis celebrate the beginning of a new year. It usually coincides with the festival of Govardhan Puja.
Gujarati New Year, also known as Varsha Pratipada or Bestu Varas, is an auspicious day for the Gujarati community across the world.
This momentous occasion is marked with much enthusiasm and ceremony. With delicious treats, culinary creations, gatherings and greetings to loved ones, the day is celebrated to the fullest.
The Gujarati New Year is celebrated with festivities and the closing of old books and the opening of new ones.
These books, called ‘Chopda Poojan‘ specifically done by traditional folks, are worshipped to bring in a prosperous new year for business. During this pooja, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped, in the hope of bringing Good Fortune.
This day is also referred to their New Year’s Day as “Nutan Varsh.“
On this joyous occasion, we wish God blesses all with good health, wealth, peace and prosperity. Nutan Varshabhinandan, Saal Mubarak !!Team Blossom Inc
Team Blossom Inc wishes all their customers, partners, system integrators and resellers, ‘Nutan Varshabhinandan.‘
May you enjoy the festivities and share your joy with your loved ones, friends, relatives et el.