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It's name comes from the Sanskrit words yuga ("age") + adi ("new"') ie "the beginning of a new age". It's that day of the year when people take a break and say no to work. They get together in welcoming spring. The day begins with everyone wearing new clothes and offering prayers at temples. Bevu Bella (a mix of neem leaves and flowers and jaggery) is prepared and everyone partakes of it - driving home the message that both joy (jaggery) and sorrow (bitter neem) should be taken in the right spirit.
Arjun: Yugadi bugger
Markiv: Ah! new pinch!
CategoriesFestivals and Religion
"Who is that roadside romeo who passes by on that blue Yezdi every morning when we are at the bus stand?"
"I think he likes Sheila, who has never even noticed him"
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Yezdi riders are stereotypically long-haired, heavy metal-loving boys from Cox Town, Richmond Town and other Westernised, but not overly posh, sections of Bangalore.