Indian New Year

Most of the world celebrates New Year according to the Gregorian calendar, but in India each community celebrates it on a different date and brings along with it plenty of traditions.

How conversant are you with the food traditions of Indian New Years?

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Telegu New Year or Ugadi starts with having a dish which is a mixture of 6 tastes which are set to signify sadness, happiness, anger, fear, disgust, and surprise.
In which state would you most likely be if you were eating a mixture of neem leaves and jaggery to celebrate new year?
Which of these dishes would you eat on the occasion of Baisakhi or Vaisakhi?
The traditional food of Bohag Bihu the Assamese New Year is a special cake known as:
Which community offers a rice and sugar prasad called 'Akho' on occasion of their new year Cheti Chand?

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