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Hindu Nav Varsh

Hindu Nav Varsh

Hindu Nav Varsh is celebrated in India just as the New Year event is celebrated across the world. Typically, this Hindu new year starts in the Chaitra month, from the Pratipada date of Shukla Paksha.

What is Hindu Nav Varsh?

Hindu New Year is also called New Samvatsar or Vikram Samvat. This year the important date has fallen on 02 April, Saturday.

The tradition of commemorating this important festival was started by Emperor Vikramaditya. In India, this is remembered by different names, like Ugadi, Gudi Padwa, Nav Samvatsar, and Vikram Samvat.

Hindu Nav Varsh

There are a few things one has to understand about this new Hindu varsh. According to the beliefs in Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma created this world on the first day of Vikram Samvat.

Also, on this auspicious day, the coronation of Dharmaraj Yudhishthir and Lord Ram took place. The new Panchang also starts from this new year.

Hindu Nav Varsh: Calculation

In a Vikram Samvat, there are twelve months. Each of these months comprises 30 days. A week has seven days. Using this calendar, the date is calculated.

Even the calendars of other major religions of the world are made by the Vikram Samvat calendar as a reference.

The day in Vikram Samvat is calculated by considering sunrise as the base. With each sunrise, the day begins and ends with the next sunrise.

Every month in the Vikram Samvat has two parts – Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha. Each of these parts has 15 days.

Amavasya falls on the 15th day of Krishna Paksha. The full moon falls on the 15th day of Shukla Paksha. Chaitra is the first month of the Vikram Samvat calendar.

Falgun is the last month of the calendar. Calculation of all the dates of the calendar is made based on Panchang.

Hindu Nav Varsh 2023 Status

Thousands of Hindus greet each other on the auspicious day of Hindu new year in numerous ways. A majority of people use messages and statuses to celebrate and greet each other.

Given below are some of the popular 2023 status messages Hindus use to greet one another:

  1. “May your life be filled with light, with the dawn of the new year. We pray that this new year brings with it a lot of happiness to you and your family. Happy New Year 2079.”
  2. “Hope that this new year brings a lot of happiness, good luck, and success in your life. May this year be more fruitful than the previous year. Happy New Year.”
  3. “Whatever desires are there in your heart…may each one of them come true, this is our best wishes for you…many congratulations to you for this Hindu Nav Varsh.”
  4. “Let’s bow down to God and pray that all your dreams become true this year. Best wishes for Hindu Nav Varsh 2023.”
  5. “May this year be the best for you, and may the almighty grant you more success, we wish you a happy Hindu Nav Varsh 2023.”
  6. “On the auspicious occasion of Chaitra Navratri and the first day of the new year – Best wishes for Hindu Nav Varsh 2023.”
  7. “We pray that you never face loneliness and always stay away from the shadow of sorrow. We also pray from the bottom of our hearts that every desire of yours comes true this year. Happy New Year 2023.”
  8. “Happy Hindu Nav Varsh. We hope that the new year brings lots of happiness, prosperity, and peace for the country and the entire humanity.”
  9. “Heartiest congratulations and all the best wishes to you and your family on the occasion of Hindu Nav Varsh. Hope that you move forward and take everyone with you with happiness.”
  10. “I pray to Lord that all dilemmas in your life should cease to exist and you be equipped with all the strength to work for the welfare of the people.”

Hindu Nav Varsh 2022 Date

This new year starts from the Pratipada date of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. This year, this started from Chaitra Navratri. The date falls on Saturday, 2nd April.

Hindu Nav Varsh ki Hardik Shubhkamnaye

This new varsh is an important day for Hindus all across India. This day marks the beginning of the new year. Accordingly, people celebrate the day in numerous ways.

One of the most popular ways of celebrating the occasion is by sending messages and statuses.

These Hindu new year messages are exchanged between people and mark the beginning of the new year among Hindus.

Hundreds of shubhkamnaye messages can be chosen by you to greet your near and dear ones.

Hindu Nav Varsh 2022 ki Hardik Shubhkamnaye

This Hindu new year 2022 began on Saturday, April 2. The Hindu Panchang is the scientific and universal calendar and according to it, the new year begins on April 2.

On this special occasion, Varsh 2022 ki Hardik Shubkamnaye wishes and messages are circulated between friends and relatives.

The idea behind sending 2022 ki Hardik Shubkamnaye messages is to spread happiness and welcome the new year with lots of positivity.

Hindu Nav Varsh 2079

Vikram Samvat, also known as the Hindu New Year is celebrated in April. On this day, Gudi Padwa is also celebrated in Maharashtra.

This year, the Hindus will be celebrating Hindu Nav Varsh 2079 on 2 April. During the entire duration of the festival, people worship Goddess Durga in her various forms.

There are many historical significances attached to this Hindu new year 2079. It is widely believed that on this day the universe was created by Lord Brahma.

On this day, other creations of Lord Brahma, including main gods and goddesses, Gandharvas, Yaksha-Rakshasas, mountains, rivers, sages, insects, and birds are also worshipped.

Officially, this day is also when the new Samvatsar starts. Therefore, this date is also called the ‘New Samvatsar’.

Hindu Nav Varsh 2023

The Hindu Nav Varsh 2023 will be celebrated by different sects on different dates in India. Also, its significance varies according to the culture.

In North India, the Hindu community will celebrate this holy new year 2023 on 22 March. This will be an auspicious day.


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