Gemini You need to be careful during the period when the effect of the Sun's transit will be there. It is said that King Bhagiratha prayed to Brahma for a thousand years for the purification of the souls of his ancestors. In Kumaon region this festival is called Ghughuti or Ghughutia in local language. Makar Sankranti celebrated in other countries with the following names: Makar Sankranti is also celebrated in Bangladesh, it is known as Shakraint or Poush Sangkranti. People enjoy delicious food and multi-coloured Laddu sweets made with Jaggery and Sesame.
Pilgrimage Though the festival is more about crops and harvesting, the religious element of the festival lies in charity, holy dip and visit to religious places. We wish all our devotees and readers a Happy Makar Sankranti! It is also celebrated as International Kite Festival in Gujarat by kite flying and lasts for two days. However, try not to go buying everything you want, at least for one month, while the effects of the transit remain. Festival Makar Sankranti 2019 will be celebrated on Tuesday, 15th January, 2019. Several colourful kites are also seen in the sky on this day as people gather to celebrate the festival. People dress up in new clothes and fly beautiful kites. Fairs or melas are also organised on this day.
The Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. In Gujarat and Rajasthan Makar Sankranti is known as. In Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana it is celebrated for four days. The day is celebrated with special Rajasthani delicacies and sweets such as pheeni either with sweet milk or sugar syrup dipped , til-paati, gajak, kheer, ghevar, pakodi, puwa, and til-laddoo. India is often called the land of festivals; almost all year round we are immersed in celebrations of one festival after another.
Lohri 2019 Lohri is the harvest festival of Punjab. Happy Makar Sankranti 2019 Image Messages Happy Makar Sankranti 2019 File Image WhatsApp Message Reads: Hope the Rising Sun on Makar Sankranti Fills Your Life With Abundant Joy and Prosperity. The day spreads much cheer and happiness as special delicacies are prepared to commemorate it. This festival is also known as Makar Sankranthi or Pongal South India or Khichadi North India and Bihar. Importance of Makar Sankranti : The day is dedicated to the Hindu God Surya sun and is observed to express gratitude to nature for her bountiful and abundant resources. It is also known as Makar Surya Sankranti.
After taking holy dip in the river, Puja and rituals are performed at Lord Jagannath temple. Also Read: Here's wishing you all a very Happy Makar Sankranti, Happy Lohri and Happy Pongal. The recipient will sit in a haweli main palace where men sit together and share hookka. However, only river Ganga could purify the souls by washing their ashes and for that, Ganga would have to come down from heaven to earth. Indian festivals are governed by scientific factors. Various forms of the Festival The festival is celebrated all across the nation in different forms and with different names. People fly kites on rooftops and enjoy when they cut any kite, assemble on the roofs and terraces of their houses, enjoy there by singing and dancing.
Different varieties of food and delicious sweets, in generous quantities are prepared, served and distributed. The main attraction of this festival are a black bird known as Ghughuti Kale kauwa , a garland of the sweet made with the mixture of jaggery and flour Atta is named as Ghughuti Gulgule and children. It is one of the most significant festivals of Gujarat. Makar Sankranti celebration in different states as Khichadi, Sankrant or Lohari This significant festival is observed as major harvest festival in all over India and abroad during the month of January, generally on 14 January every year, in different forms. Good milk to friends and family. If you wish to remove this, please contact us directly. People light up logs of woods into a huge bonfire and sing and dance around it.
Other parts of the country also celebrate by taking a dip in the holy rivers flowing through states to cleanse themselves of sins. It is celebrated on the next day as Makar Sankranti or Khichadi in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand. This was the reason that Bhishm-pitamah, the grandfather of pandavas and kauravas, who had the boon of self-inflicted death did not leave his body and decided to stay on the bed of arrows till the Sun was again in Uttarayan position. We Just Edited And Published To Audience For Entertainment Purpose Only. This festival marks the beginning of the harvest season in India and hence it is celebrated by worshiping the deity the Sun God for a blissful harvest season and is further followed by celebrations. Believed to be 5000 years old, it is observed in January in different ways, in different parts of the country by different names. Makar Sankranti is an optional holiday.
In India festivals are all about happiness, harmony and good food! Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival that shall be celebrated on January 14, 2019. However, the effects remain there for the next 26 days. This day is also famous for kite flying event in Gujarat and different parts of India. The significance of enjoying the recipes of Til- Gur and Urad Dal Khichadi Mixture of black gram and rice during this harvest festival is to celebrate the new crops. Hindu calendar is decided on the basis of minute calculations and changes in the position of planets. For the entire new year! On the occasion of , WhatsApp is allowing its users to send stickers and wish their family and friends. According to the legend, on the holy day of Makar Sankranti, the powerful and gushing Ganga descended from the Himalayas on to the head of Lord Shiva, who seized all her energy in His matted hair, so that she could peacefully flow on earth and purify every soul.