Regional Names of Yugadi/Ugadi:
This festival is celebrated in different states of India and Ugadi has different names. The different names of the Ugadi festival are Barhaspatyamana for people who live north of the Vindhya Hills. It is observed as Chandramana or Sauramana for those who live south of the Vindhya Hills. Other names of Ugadiare Gudipadava as the Marathas call it, and the Sindhis observe it as Cheti Chand. In Manipur, this festival is known as SajiburCheiraoba.
The sixty Telugu Yugadi/Ugadi names are Prabhava, Vibhava, Sukla, Pramodyuta, Prajothpatti, Angīrasa, Srīmukha, Bhāva, Yuva, Dhāta, Īswara, Bahudhānya, Pramādhi, Vikrama, Chitrabhānu, Vrisha,Svabhānu, Tārana, Pārthiva, Vyaya, Sarvajit, Sarvadhāri, Virodhi, Vikruti, Khara, Nandana, Vijaya, Jaya Manmadha, Durmukhi, Hevalambi, Vilambi, Vikāri, Sārvari, Plava, Subhakrit, Sobhakrit, Krodhi, Viswāvasu, Parābhava, Plavanga, Kīlaka, Soumya, Sādhārana, Virodhikrit, Paridhāvi, Pramādi, Ānanda, Rakshasa, NaLa, Pingala, Kālayukti, Siddhārtha, Roudri, Durmathi, Dundubhi, Rudhirodgāri, Raktākshi, Krodhana, Akshaya.
This festival is rich in colors, the flora that marks the advent of spring and the beginning of the new year and there are several regional names of the festival Ugadi.