Hindu New Year 2022 today: How the nation celebrates!
Consistently, the month of Chaitra (which falls in March or April) denotes the start of the New Year.
April is here and with it comes numerous propitious days and celebrations set apart in the month for festivities.
The Hindu New Year, otherwise called the Vikram Samvat, is commended in the month of April.
This year, it will start on April 14, the second day of Chaitra Navratri, the main day of the celebration.
The celebration of Chaitra Navratri began on April 13 and will keep going for nine days.
Hindu New Year, otherwise called the Solar New Year, might be found in different regions of the world.
The main day of Chaitra month is praised across Jammu and Kashmir as Navreh or Kashmiri New Year.
Navreh is gotten from the Sanskrit word 'Nava-Varsha', meaning New Year.
Gudi Padwa is a festival celebrated in Maharashtra that denotes the start of the New Year.