As per Indian tradition the Bharatiya Nav varsh calendar starts from Chaitra Sudhi Eakam, also known as Vikramaditya samvat which starts from Gudi Padwa each year. This is the period when nature takes a turn and we see new leaf coming.
Confederation of all India traders celebrates Bharatiya Nav varsh as begining of Indian business new year. Team CAIT Nagpur under the Chairmanship of Gopal Agarwal and Presidentship of Kishore dharashivkar had a meeting to organise Bharatiya New Year on Gudi Padwa day.
It was decided in the meeting that an organising committee under the chairmanship of Prabhakar Deshmukh will meet different trade associations in the market and request them to fall in line with decision of team CAIT Nagpur and celebrate Bharatiya Nav varsh on Saturday 6th April the day of Gudi Padwa.
On this day it is appealed that all the traders should wear new clothes, go to the temple and pray for good economic year ahead. Then they should proceed to their shops and establishments. They should decorate the establishments with mango leaves and flowers.
In a request Rajkumar Gupta said traders should light lamp in front of the shops and do Gaddi Pujan. They should send new year greeting messages to traders. Nikhilesh Thakkar appealing to all the traders said that they should wish their customers new year wishes and offer then some sweets.
National President B.C. Bhartia said that in real terms new year for business starts on Gudi Padwa day. Throughout the world, in most countries the financial year begins from 1st April which is very near to this Gudi Padwa day. Environment and nature also give a new look from this day. Hence it is requested that all traders should do Pooja of the shop and Gaadhi on this day. They should express their happiness and good wishes for coming new financial year to all.
Those present on this occasion were Gyaneshwar Rakshak Ravindra Gupta S B bhutolia, Bunty Telmasare, Vinod Gupta, Satish Bang, Madhu Trivedi, Chaya Sharma, Jayshree Gupta Sapna Talreja and many others, informs Secretary General Farooq Akbani in a press note.