12 New Year Day In 2014 For India Across Indian States
Despite of the mutliple cultural and ethnic diversity in India, New Year’s Day is observed in various times of the year at various places. Usually Lunar calendar or Hindu calendar is also depended on the movement of the Moon has been the ground of computations from the olden times. All these celebrations are based on the months in the Lunar Hindu Calendar.
Rongali Bihu or Bohag Bihu is observed in 15th March
Ugadi or Yuga Adi is celebrated as New Year Day in AP and Karnataka.
Gudi Padwa is a festival celebration as New Year’s Day in Maharashtra
Puthandu or Varsha pirappu is a New Year Day in Tamil Nadu.
Vishu is observed as New Year’s Day in Kerala.
Cheiraoba is celebrated as New Year’s Day in Manipur.
Navreh is the lunar year which is observed in Kashmir.
Mahavishuva Sankranti is Oriya New Year.
Bestu Varas is Gujratis New Year day
Cheti Chand is Sindhis New Year’s Day
Pohela Boishakh is the Bengali calendar first day