Bathukamma is floral celebration commended prevalently by the Hindu ladies of Telangana. Consistently this celebration is praised according to Shalivahana logbook for nine days beginning Bhadrapada Amavasya otherwise called Mahalaya Amavasya or Pitru Amavasya till Durgashtami, more often than not in September– October of Gregorian schedule. Bathukamma is praised for nine days amid Durga Navratri.
It begins upon the arrival of Mahalaya Amavasya and the 9-day merriments will come full circle on "Saddula Bathukamma" or "Pedda Bathukamma" celebration on Ashwayuja Ashtami, famously known as Durgashtami which is two days before Dussehra. Bathukamma is trailed by Boddemma, which is a 7-day celebration. Boddemma celebration that denotes the closure of Varsha Ruthu though Bathukamma celebration demonstrates the start of Sarad or Sharath Ruthu. It is the celebration for female felicitation.
On this uncommon event ladies spruce up in the conventional sari joining it with gems and different adornments. High school Girls wear Langa-Oni/Half-Sarees/Lehenga Choli consolidating it with gems keeping in mind the end goal to draw out the conventional elegance of the clothing. On first five days ladies will clean their vakili yard, bovine compost blended with water is spread in the patio as a ground-base, enrich the ground-base with managala aakara or muggu designs or rangoli made of rice flour. For the initial five days Batukamma is set up with cow compost. Five little knots fit as a fiddle are masterminded in the vakili.