Celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar (March-April as per the Gregorian Calendar), Gudi Padwa marks the New Year’s Day for Maharashtrians and Hindu Konkanis in India. The Brahma Purana declares Gudi Padwa to be the time on which Lord Brahma created the world after the great deluge. One of the 3 and a half days in the Indian Lunar calendar called “Sade-Teen Muhurt”, whose every moment is considered auspicious in general to start a new activity. Mark this holy occasion and step up your festive celebrations with our wonderful section on Gudi Padwa that includes fantastic e-cards and wallpapers to send for free to friends and dear ones, lip-smacking recipes to try out at home and prepare delicious dishes during the festival, marvelous gifts to personalize and send to loved ones and more. Also, you can get here well-researched articles on the History of Gudi Padwa, Legends of Gudi Padwa and rituals associated to Gudi Padwa. So grab your mouse and explore the pages of our Gudi Padwa section. If you want to refer this section to your friends and loved ones, just click here and pass on this page to them. Nava varshachya hardik shubhechya to you all!