May the Marathi New Year, which begins with the arrival of spring, and the Gudi Padva festival celebrated on that occasion bring happiness, prosperity, joy and good health in everyone’s life. Chaitrapalvi’s revival of the ideas of innovation in the mind. May the dreams of building high heights of success in life come true. Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has wished the people of the state a happy Gudi Padwa and a happy Marathi New Year.
The Deputy Chief Minister has appealed to all to celebrate the festival of Gudi Padva, which has a unique significance in Marathi culture, with joy, enthusiasm and observance of anti-corona rules.
Wishing the people of the state a happy Gudi Padwa and Marathi New Year, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that the festival of Gudi Padwa has a unique significance in Indian and Marathi culture. It is a festival that deals with nature. Spring arrives from the month of Chaitra. The dry leaves of the trees fall off. New leaves sprout. It is a festival to enthusiastically welcome these hopeful changes in nature.
Although this year’s Gudipadva cannot be celebrated collectively due to corona, let’s celebrate Gudipadva simply by following the anti-corona rules. After defeating Corona, let’s all decide to celebrate next year’s Gudipadva together, said the Deputy Chief Minister, wishing the people of the state well.