Ugadi is the lunar New Year’s day for the people of Telugu and Kannada communities in India. In Maharashtra, it is known as Gudipadawa and may be called as Gudi Padava which is the Marathi New Year. The name Ugadi is derived from the Sanskrit words Yuga (age) and Adi (starting) – the beginning of a new age (Source: wiki). This year Ugadi falls on March 25, Wednesday and I have shared 90 Ugadi festival recipes that include all sweet and savoury, sidedishes, Vada, Rice varieties and even tiffin items. All recipes are shared with step by step pictures, detailed procedure and tips. Please click the link/pictures in this picture to read through the recipe.
Wish you all a Happy Ugadi