Karnataka is all set to celebrate Ugadi (also called Yugadi) festival on 21 March.
It is said that the festival marks the first day of the new year, which is also known as 'Vikram Samwat' or 'Bhartiya Nav Varsh' in some parts of India.
Likewise, Andhra Pradesh also celebrates this festival with the same name, while in Maharashtra, it is celebrated as 'Gudi Padwa'.
People in Karnataka prepare a special dish on this day known as 'Obbattu', or 'Holige'. Another dish is prepared, which consists of a specific mixture of six tastes called 'Ugadi Pachhadi'.
The other exciting part of this day is shopping for new clothes and other items.
Check out few wishes below that you can send to your beloved ones on this auspicious occasion.
- May This Ugadi be as bright as ever
May this Ugadi bring joy, health and wealth to you
May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near and dear ones lives
- May this Ugadi bring in you the most brightest and choicest happiness and love you have ever wished for
May this Ugadi bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity.
May lights triumph over darkness.
May peace transcend the earth.
- Sun cant come to Earth but sends its wish as rays, cloud cant come to earth but sends its wish as rain I cant come to U now but sending my wish as SMS.
- As the holy occasion of Ugadi is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love, here's hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead.
Best wishes on Ugadi and New year.
- Velugula harathi...telugu vari kothavelugula kanthi..vachenamma ugadi.kotha samvachara vrudhi.ugadi shubakankshalu.
- U – Ultimate G – Glorious A – Amazing D – Days I – in front of U 'Telugu samvatsaradi "UGAADI" subhakankshalu"
- Let's put the shadows of past behind and look forward to a new beginning. Wishing you an Ugadi full of fun and frolic!
- This day, may your enemies become friends, the darkness of negativity fade away from your life and you discover a new person within you. Happy New Year!