Do you know what day the Earth or our world, at what moment and in what yog and who made it? This has been a topic of research since ages by many scientists in the world.
The beginning of New Year as per Hindu religion is from the month of chaitra. It is also the day of making new resolutions, so that we are determined for our progress and advancement. In some parts of the
country it is celebrated as Gudi Padwa festival.
This time the Hindu New Year is on April 11. This is the time when changes are made to the Indian calendar. According to mythology, Lord Brahma had created this world in the bright fortnight of Chaitra
Pratipada millions of years ago. It is an ancient Indian tradition of
holding this day as Mahaparva.
Ujjains Chakravati Samrat, Vikramaditya had initiated Vikram Samvant 2070 years ago and Shakk Samvant 1935 years ago. Today, both these Samvants are used to establish our festivals, fasts, religious rituals,
decisions and astrology.
After the morning of April 11, the Navratri of Chaitra month will begin. For Hindus this is the beginning of the New Year. This New Year will enter in the planet of Leo. In may it will enter into Mithun. This
year is going to be extremely lucky for everybody.
This whole year, Shani is the main planet and anybody trying to do evil is going to suffer. Because of Guru, the culprits will be punished. This year good rains are also predicted. This year, wherever voting
happens, there is a possibility that the ruling party will change.
Doing Parthiv pujan of Lord Shiva and reading Ramcharit Manas during Navratri is going to bring luck and fortune. Reading Sundar Kand every evening will also be equally beneficial.
Donating honey on the third day of Navratri gives peace to the ancestors. Donating sugarcane juice on the sixth day of Navratri, one does not remain childless.