Satuani Festival in Bihar


Jude Sheetal, otherwise called Pahila or Pohela Boishakh, is additionally the birthday of Raja. Shailesh, the lord of the Himalayan locale of Mithila. The day is praised as the Maithili New Year and follows the Nirayanam vernal equinox. The fourteenth of the April denotes the primary day of the customary Tirhuta Panchang and the blessed new year for Maithili individuals. Maithili’s schedule starts on a similar date, with Baisakh as the primary month of the year. Most conventional schedules in India additionally notice it, for example, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Bengal, Kerala, Manipur, Orissa, Punjab, Tripura, and even in Nepal. As Satuani, the conventional reap celebration will be praised in North India, fundamentally UP and Bihar that incorporates eating sattu made out of lentil flour, tomorrow, the fourteenth of Aprilthe fourteenth of April. Jur

Sital, otherwise called Maithili new year, will be noticed. Both the festivals have a comparable significance. Individuals do Kalash Happy Maithili New Year sthapana with mango pallo on Satuani while eating sattu and jaggery on this day and enjoy giving gold and silver. Jur Sheetal, additionally spelled as Jud Sheetal or Jur Sheetal, is praised by Maithili individuals in Mithila locale in Bihar notice. As per Vedas, Puranas, and sacred writings, an individual who performs good cause upon the arrival of solstice goes to paradise. Fundamentally the same as producer Sankranti, this reap celebration is commended in different manners in different country pieces, such as Bihu, Baishakhi, or Pohela Boishak in West Bengal on the fourteenth of Aprilthe fourteenth of April 2021, Jur Sital will be praised in Bihar.


Satuani is a custom celebrated in Bihar to check the Sun’s section into Aries (Mesha) as per the Hindu schedule. It happens between the long stretches of Chaitra and Baisakh and denotes the start of the blistering summer. If you take a gander at a few festivals of the new year the nation over (Tamil, Bengali, Odia), they all started on 14 or 15 April. So Satuani is commended around the most recent day of the year. Anyway, how is this day celebrated? Indeed, the day begins with a dunk in the blessed Ganges. At that point, contributions are made to the poor-generally earthen pots.

The name Satuani comes from ‘sattu’ or cooked chickpea flour, which is customarily offered and eaten on this day. Different things on the plate are generally green mango Kairi, crude onions, cucumbers, chilies, jaggery, or mango chutney. Presently this appears to be so sensible as all these are incredible summer coolers and ideal for the bursting Indian warmth which will follow. That helps me remember the Sattu drink, which you should attempt tends to be either delicious or sweet. Furthermore, nowadays, it is touted as a well-being drink. So attempt it.

Interesting facts

Jud Sital is one of the significant celebrations celebrated in Bihar, praised with extraordinary energy and intensity all through the whole Bihar locale. Jud Sital commends the delight of the new Kharif crop. Notwithstanding, the act of praising the celebration differs as per the territory. Find out about the history and significance of the festival. Tragically nowadays, we need the multimillion-dollar well-being industry’s publicizing capability to advise us to attempt conventional food, which was the undeniable sound choice. At that point, it was viewed as nourishment for the nearby ruined individuals. Presently it is costly nourishment for the well-being cognizant!

Time to celebrate

On the day between the fifteenth of Chait and the fifteenth of Baisakh (about the fifteenth of Aprilthe fifteenth of April) when the Sun enters the indication of the Ram, it is customary to take care of Brahmans with sattu (ground dried grain), Sikora (juvenile mangoes), and water, and to give donations. This dining experience is known as the Latin or satuani. In South Bihar, this celebration is hung on the most recent day of Chait, i.e., the most recent day of the Bengali year.