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Ugadi Gifts


The term Ugadi literally means Aadi or the beginning. It is believed that if the first day of the year is spent happily, enjoyment will follow the rest of the year. The new year is welcomed with great fan fare and lots of fanfare. It is believed that on the day of Ugadi that Kali Yuga started. This ancient festival is considered to be an auspicious festival. This festival is also known as Yugadi.

Happy Ugadi


According to the lunisolar Hindu calendar, the New Year falls in the month of March or April. This New Year,is known as Ugadi, is celebrated in the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and by other names in many other states of India.
Ugadi is also the time when the official almanac, popularly known as ‘Panchanga Sravanam’ among south Indians, is read out to inform people of upcoming events from rain and crop cycles to weather forecasts and zodiac details. In days when there was no meteorological department to tell everyone such details, the ‘Panchanga Sravanam’ played a vital role. Everyone planned their year ahead based on what the astronomer said.

Leaving the past behind and starting afresh with positive expectation is one of the key aspects of Ugadi. The day also marks the beginning of spring season, which is considered to be the first of all seasons, with plants, shoots, and leaves coming to life and therefore, the day is believed to set things rolling for a fresh and successful new beginning.

The traditional Ugadi feast is also a sign of what the new season has in store. On Ugadi day, a special concoction called ‘Ugadi Pachchadi’ is prepared. There is no hard and fast recipe for this, and over centuries it has been adapted into different styles based on personal tastes.


A unique dish of six different tastes, from sweet to bitter, is prepared on the day, which is also the first dish to be eaten by the devotees. Made up of neem buds, jaggery, green chili, salt, tamarind juice and unripe mango, the dish signifies different experiences in life that should be absorbed and to keep walking the good walk.

reminds the people that the following year – as all of life – will consist of not just sweet experiences, but a combination of sweet, sour, salty, and bitter episodes. Just as the different substances are bound together, one is reminded that no event or episode is wholly good or bad. Even in the midst of bitter experiences, there are sweet moments. One is also reminded that the experience of taste is transitory and ephemeral; so too, is life, and one has to learn to put pain and pleasure in proper temporal perspective.
The constant ingredients are fresh jaggery, margosa flowers, fresh tamarind, tender raw mangoes, salt, and fresh pepper ground into a liquid and consumed. The whole idea is to balance six distinctly different tastes and consume them as one. This is a metaphor for all the good and bad events about to take place in the coming year and how one must look at all of them with equanimity.

According to Ayurveda, jaggery water is a coolant and margosa flowers have medicinal qualities. Consuming the Ugadi Pachchadi is considered good for the body as it prepares it for the onslaught of the coming four months of intense summers.


Ugadi is a special festival of celebration for us especially It’s the biggest festival for Andhra and Karnataka People as they consider this festival as the beginning of the year.All our family gets gathered in one place and share the happiness.It would bring some Special moments call for grand celebration and no such gathering can be complete without gifts. Country Oven is here to send  Ugadi Gifts Online from our web portal with amazing gifts that which nourishes your love on strengthening your bond stronger.

Ugadi Gifts
Ugadi Gifts

“Celebrate this UGADI to invoke and welcome auspiciousness.”
                                                                                                           -”HAPPY UGADI”


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