Hindu New Year 2023: Hindu calendar is based on Vikram Samvat. This year Vikram Samvat 2080 will start from March 22, 2023. This time the Hindu New Year will begin in very rare coincidences.
Hindu New Year 2023: Hindu New Year will start from this day, know what will be special in Vikram Samvat 2080
Hindu New Year 2023: Every year the start of Hindu New Year starts with Pratipada on Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. The Hindu calendar is based on Vikram Samvat. This year Vikram Samvat 2080 will start from March 22, 2023. This time the Hindu New Year will begin in very rare coincidences. Let us know the special things of Hindu New Year 2080.
Hindu New Year 2080 in Auspicious Yoga
This time the beginning of the Hindu New Year will be in two very auspicious yogas. According to astrology calculations, the Hindu New Year will begin on March 22 in Shukla and Brahma Yoga. Shukla Yoga will start on March 21 at 12:42 PM and continue till March 22 at 9:18 AM. Shukla yoga is considered very auspicious, doing new work in it is considered very auspicious. At the same time, Brahma Yoga is also considered as one of the very fruitful and auspicious yogas. Brahma Yoga on Hindu New Year will be from 9.18 am to 6.16 am on March 23.
King of Vikram Samvat 2080 will be Mercury and minister Venus
The Hindu New Year 2080 begins from Wednesday, March 22. This time King of Vikram Samvat will be Mercury and Minister Shukradev. As Mercury is the king of Vikram Samvat, there is a possibility of good rains throughout the year and religious works will be more successful on earth this year. At the beginning of the Hindu New Year Vikram Samvat 2080, a good combination of planets also occurs. After 30 years Shani will remain in Aquarius and after 12 years Devguru Brihaspati will enter Aries after 12 years. Sun, Mercury and Guru will be in Pisces. Mars will be present in Gemini, Venus and Rahu in Aries while Ketu will be present in Libra.
The festival of Chaitra Navratri will begin at the beginning of the Hindu New Year. 9 different forms of Maa Durga will be worshiped for nine days. In Maharashtra, the Hindu New Year is celebrated as Gudi Padwa. The people of the Sindhi society celebrate this day as Chettichand festival. While in Karnataka it is celebrated as Ugadi, Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh, Navare in Kashmir. King Vikramaditya started Vikram Samvat, which is why it is called Vikram Samvat. It is also called Navasamvatsar. Each Hindu Samvat has a different name which is kept under Samvatsar.
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