Each year, 13 April or 14 Tamil people who like the new year with great joy, people greet each other "Puthandu Vazthukal" which means happy new year. This coming day is also popular as Varusha Pirappuv. Pr mthyical Hindu legends, Lord Brahma began the creation of the universe.
The old tradition of looking at promising things like fruits, vegetables, flowers, betel leaves and coconuts ensure happiness for the coming year. "Because many Pachadi 'is a special dish prepared and enjoyed on this day. Because many Pachadi made of neem flowers, raw mangoes and jaggery to taste bitter, sour and sweet at once.
All most all Tamilians complete the daily rituals, wear new clothes and visit temples first seeking holy blessings of the gods.
There are short story related to this day, in short, that Lord Brahma began on this day that Goddess Meenakshi was married to Lord Sundareswarar too. Some places in Tamil Nadu celebrate Chitthirai festival. On Tiruvadamarudur near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, a car festival held on a large scale, which can be enjoyed by everyone
It's the deep philosophy and religious intensity India may be well experienced in typical Tamil way to celebrate the new year when visiting the temple to pray for a good future is one of the most important item today. The Tamil people each year are celebrating this day with great joy on this day, all day, they are so busy, so all tamil have great greeting of new year.