Greetings to people on Gudi Padwa and Cheti Chand

Bhopal, April 8, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan):  Governor Mr. Ram Naresh Yadav has extended greetings and best wishes to people of the state on Gudi Padwa and Cheti Chand. It is an example of unity in diversity in our country. The Governor said that the state has tradition to celebrate all festivals with unity, harmony and brotherhood. The Governor has wished prosperity and progress on the occasion. Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has extended greetings and best wishes to people of the state on Hindu New Year Gudi Padwa and Cheti Chand. Mr. Chouhan said that Gudi Padwa is significant in Indian culture spiritually and historically.

It signifies Indian culture and gives sense of victory. The Chief Minister said that religious functions are also starting with Chaitra Navratra. Mr. Chouhan said that it is a pious occasion to worship Adi Shakti in spiritual environs for prosperity and progress of people. Wishing people happiness, he has urged them to celebrate these festivals with enthusiasm. Public Relations, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Mr. Rajendra Shukla has extended greetings and best wishes to people of the state on Gudi Padwa and Cheti Chand.

 

In his message, Mr. Shukla said that India is a country of festivals, which are inseparable part of our culture. He said that New Year begins with Gudi Padwa. Gudi means flag of victory. Mr. Shukla said that it is a pious occasion to worship Adi Shakti in spiritual environs for prosperity of all. Extending greetings of Cheti Chand, the Minister said that Jal-Jyoti, Varunavtar and Jhulelal are deities of Sindhi Samaj. The Samaj celebrates incarnation of Lord Jhulelal as Cheti Chand. He said that Lord Jhulelal had done remarkable works to unite all sections of society. His messages are ever relevant. Mr. Shukla hoped that these festivals will increase state’s prosperity, progress and spirit of harmony.

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