Happy UgadiThe word ‘Ugadi’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Yugadi’, which means ‘ beginning of a new Yuga or era’. Aspen celebrated the festival of Ugadi on 4th of March. Children were dressed in ethnic attires such as Kasta, Perkini, Mundu, kurta pyjama, Dhoti and Jubba radiating enthusiasm, passion and symbolizing unity. The entrance was well decorated with fresh Mango leaves called ‘Toranalu’ and Rangoli which is considered auspicious for the eve . The importance of Ugadi was finely narrated during our Circle Time . The festival is celebrated with different names in Indian States such as Ugadi in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Yugadi in Karnataka , Gudi Padwa in Maharastra which also symbolises the advent of the spring season when Mother Nature blooms with all her glory.This information was well absorbed by our tinytots. Preparation of Ugadi Pachadi!! The little ones had a great time of sharing and relishing during preparation of UGADI PACHADI. The concoction includes different ingredients to give all flavours: sweet, sour, tangy and bitter prepared from raw mango, tamarind paste, neem flowers, sweet Jaggery, salt symbolizing the various emotions and experiences of life.
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