The Tamil New Year is praised on the main day of the Hindu Solar Calendar. Prominently known as Puthandu, the Tamil New Year is praised with feasts in Hindu homes and the passageways to the houses are adorned intricately with kolams. Consistently in the period of Chithrai the primary month of the Hindu timetable, Tamil New Year is seen with much joy and fervor.
The Tamil New Year which as a rule falls on April 14th is an event that calls for festivity for Tamilians everywhere throughout the world. Tamilaians from ious circle of the general public approach to participate in this celebration. This is as far as anyone knows the day when Lord Brahma the Creator of the world, as per Hindu folklore began creation. Individuals trade welcome of 'Puthandu Vazthukal' Happy New Year with incredible intensity on this day.
The propitious things incorporate gold and silver adornments, betel leaves, nuts, foods grown from the ground, blooms, crude rice and coconuts. It is trailed by individuals washing up and after that they visit the sanctuary to petition God for an upbeat and prosperous New Year. After this, the Panchangam chronological registry is perused.