Jhillam Chattaraj seems to be ahead to Ugadi for 2 causes. Being a Bengali and married to Okay Uttam, a Telugu, Ugadi heralds festivities with Bengali new 12 months to be celebrated subsequent month. For the couple, the pageant holds a cultural significance and provides an area of intimacy to them dwelling and dealing in two completely different cities. On Ugadi, the duo additionally go to Uttam’s grandfather in CR Foundation Home For the Aged in Kondapur. Over a conventional meal, the couple spend the day chatting sharing and recollecting reminiscences. However, this 12 months Jhillam, a poet and assistant professor in English at RBVRR Women’s school will spend the day alone at residence studying poetry. “Due to the lockdown, my husband cannot come from Sangareddy; I will read and upload my poems on Instagram,” she says including know-how is liberating in these times. “Without technology we would have been so isolated. Friends and students will share pictures of the feast. The communication is on; Even if physically we are away, emotionally we are connected. In fact, it has now brought people emotionally closer.” She calls festivals a reminder of hope and one thing good to sit up for. “In times like these when the world is in crisis, festivals cheer us up. We are emotionally needy people and festivals energise us. Rituals make us forget the mundanity of life. This time all our prayers for everyone’s safety”
For Pavan Kumar and his spouse Ashwani dwelling in Singapore, Ugadi brings particular reminiscences. The couple celebrating their first anniversary on the eve of Ugadi had initially deliberate to return to their mother and father’ home in Hyderabad. “Group video calls with family and friends living in Hyderabad is the best thing happening now. We are more connected than ever,” says Pavan.
It has been a ritual that sidhanti and professor Sagi Kamalakar Sarma has been following for 10 years now. Every Ugadi, he’s at at Shilparamam studying Panchanga Sravanam and deciphering the almanac readings to the viewers. “Panchanga Sravanam is an intrinsic half of Ugadi festivities however this 12 months, I’m not taking any threat and going wherever. I’ll do a pooja at residence,” he provides.
With all of the shoots cancelled, tv star Suma is at residence. “We will not celebrate Ugadi this year because we lost my father-in-law Devadas Kanakala. Also because of the conditions prevailing in the world, we need to be mentally strong and hope and pray that we come out of Coronavirus lockdown and everybody is responsible and stays safe at home and healthy. Let us hope we are successful in breaking the Corona chain and are able protect us and our families.” On small display, she brings a particular Ugadi episode on her new present House of Hungama (Wednesday; 9 30 pm) on Star Maa and has additionally participated a particular Ugadi occasion for the channel. “Thank god these reveals have been shot earlier and we now have banked just a few of them. With all of the free time, I plan to make movies for my YouTube channel Sumakka by myself with out taking help.”
Let’s keep at residence and have fun Sri Sarvari Nama Samvatsaram!