Gudi Padwa is an important festival for people who are native of Maharashtra and Goa. The festival of Gudi Padwa marks the beginning of a new year for Maharashtrians and Konkani Hindus. This year, the festival will be celebrated on April 2. This day is also marked as Ugadi in Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh. Gudi Padwa marks the arrival of the spring season and the reaping of rabi crops. On this day, people dress up in new and colourful clothes and get ready to make the Gudi. An orange cloth is tied to the top of a pole/stick, and a copper pot is inverted over it. People then perform Puja and aarti of this Gudi and seek blessings. Watch the video to know more.