Many Indians celebrate their new year in March and April

Deep in concentration: A florist in Brickfields preparing jasmine garlands for new year celebrations.

THE months of March and April are significant for many Indian communities, namely the Tamils, Telugus and Malayalees who will celebrate their respective new year.

StarMetro takes a look at the festivals — Puthanda, Ugadhi and Vishu — and the gastronomical spread from the communities during the celebrations.

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