meniya

MENIYA
꧁❤ Butterfly Lovers ❤꧂

"माता पिता का हाथ पकड़ कर रखिये जिंदगी में कभीभी लोगो के पाव पकड़नेकी जरूरत नही पड़ेगी "

😎Happy Makar 🌅Sankranti 2020 , 🎁wishes ,quotes - Uttarayana 🎊 Festival Date and Muhurat 2020 - Astroyogi 🎉popular Hindu ✨festival that occurs on or around January 14th across India

🎃Happy Makar 🌅Sankranti 🎁Wishes, Quotes, 📨Messages & 📽Whatsapp Status 2020 : The🎊 festival of Makar Sankranti is 🎉celebrated across the country in different ways, with people✨ welcoming the new season of harvest in their own cultural way.
happy makar sankranti 2020 hd images

🆕On this day, many pray to the deity of knowledge and wisdom (Goddess 🚸Saraswati) for clarity of mind. 

This 🎊festival highlights the importance of pulling back from unethical and unhealthy behaviours, ✍while practising for peaceful and ☄positive ones instead.

🌝happy Makar’ refers to the zodiac, Capricorn and Sankranti’ means 🎼transition. 

Also🎻 called Makar in Sanskrit, this festival celebrates the Sun's shift into Capricorn. 

💲According to Astrology, the planet, Saturn, ☸rules the zodiac sign Capricorn. 

🔚 this planet is believed to be 🌄Surya Dev’s (Lord Sun’s) son. In short, this means This date is now actually December 21st in the Western 🗒Calendar, but as the equinoxes move by 50 seconds each year due to the wobble of the Earth's axis.

This shows the ancient age of this 🎊festival - a thousand years ago, the ✨festival was on 🗒December 31st.

😎Uttarayana is also considered a time of good🤑 fortune and important events are scheduled during this period.


💝Celebrations across India Maharashtra, Gujarat

Here the day is known as 💥Makar Sankranti.

🌄 Makara Sankranthi refers to the event of the🌅 Sun entering the zodiac sign of Makara or Capricorn, marking the start of its northward journey. It is a 🎊festival of the young and the old.

In Ahmedabad🇮🇳 in Gujarat, a large part of the celebration is the International Kite Festival. 

The ☑skies are filled with kites, and kite makers come from many other cities to make and fly 💯multicoloured kites in all design and sizes. 

At 🌚night, kites with paper lamps filling the 🌟sky with light.


🌈 Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka

The 🎊festival is celebrated for up to four days and is known as🎼 Pongal.

The harvest💥 festival is known as Pongal and lasts for three days.

In ☑Andhra Pradesh, the first day is known as Bhogi, and it is a day of 🤑cleaning and cleansing; old clothes are thrown away, marking the start of new💟 life.

The second day is known as 💙Pongal day. 

This is the key day for 💝celebrations and💬 holidays in many states. 

To mark a💯 good harvest, milk or rice is cooked until they boil over - 'Pongal' means 'it boils'.

💟 The food is offered to the gods (including the sun or rain gods, depending on the region's🌚 climate) before people eat it to cleanse themselves of past sins.

The ✨third day is Mattu ☄Pongal (festival of the cow).

✍ It is a day to offer thanks to the 🚸village cows and oxen, who played a key role in the season's farming as they are used to plough the land. 

The cows and oxen are bathed💲, decorated with garlands and worshipped.

The🔢 fourth day is known as Kanum Pongal or Kanyapongal. 

In🇮🇳 Tamil Nadu, it may be called Uzhavar Tirunal. This is a day to thank family and friends who have helped in the farming 🎋season and the harvest.

In southern🇮🇳 India, all three or four days of Pongal are considered important. 

☕Southern Indians who have settled in the north will usually celebrate the second day. 

As it coincides with 🌻Makara Sankranti in the north, it may also be called Pongal Sankranti.

🍁Punjab

The 🎊festival is called Lohri. 

🎆December and January is winter in Punjab and bonfires are lit on the eve of 🎐Sankranti. 

🧀Sweets, sugarcane and rice are thrown on the bonfires and friends and 🍬relatives gather together.


🗼Uttar Pradesh

The period is 🎪celebrated as Kicheri.

An🎭 important tradition on this day is to have a bath and masses of people can be seen bathing in the Sangam at 🔥Prayagraj where the rivers Ganga, Jamuna and Saraswathi flow together during this time, the Sun comes to stay with His Son. 

This 🎵period also signifies letting go of any grudges and quarrels, leaving behind any old🏝 bitterness and resentment to allow one to let in the beauty and love that the world has to offer! With the energy and encouragement from the Sun, 🔖establish more meaningful 🏷relationships with the people you love, let go of the silly arguments and fights and focus on the happy times. 

Celebrate this🎊 festival by spreading 💰positive vibes to your loved ones.

This🔖 festival especially stands apart 📑from other Hindu festival as the date for celebrating Makar Sankranti is fixed, i.e. 

😎Happy Makar 🌅Sankranti 2020 🎊 celebrated on the 14th of January every year. 
Happy Uttarayana 2020 hd images

This is the same🕘 time around which the Sun starts making a transition towards the 🌍North. 

The🎊 festival also marks the point from which the cold, short, wintery days give way to longer and warmer 🗒months. 

The♨ limited sunlight during the winter season hinders good harvest of crops, and this is why with the Sun moving towards the 🌐North, the entire country rejoices with the prospect of a better harvest!

🎉Celebration Rituals

Different 🎈parts of the country celebrate the🎊 festival in myriad cultural forms. 

🎗Every region has different names, and different ways of celebrating; basing the rituals and customs according to their📈 localisation, culture and traditions.

Makar 🎊Sankranti festival is 🔥known as Magh Bihu in Assam, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, and Lohri in Punjab.

Like any other🎉 festival, there are varied customs and traditional rituals followed to 🎭celebrate the grand festival of Makar Sankranti. 

🎆Some of the🎊 festivities include preparing special food dishes and sweets, like Kalagaya Kura, coloured Halwas and, the most popular sweet, Til Ke📑 Ladoos.

Kite🔖 flying is an integral part of Uttarayan, which is regarded as one of the biggest 🎉festivals in the state of Gujarat, so much so that the locals also popularly know this festival as The 🌐International Kite Festivals.

In the religious states, Makar🎉 Sankranti, is the first of the big and holy bathing days of Hindus. 

People go in huge💰 crowds to visit sacred places for a bath in the holy waters. 

Commonly, people 🚌travel to Allahabad and Varanasi, Haridwar, Ujjain, and Nashik. 

The Gangasagar🤽🏻 or Sagar Island, situated at the confluence of the river Ganges and Bay of Bengal, is a famous 🕉Hindu pilgrim place, which is visited during this festival.

🔰Big and small Melas (or fairs) are held all around the country on this day. Some of the famous ones are, the Kumbh Mela, the Gangasagar Mela and Makara Mela in ⚛Odisha.

☣When is Makar Sankranti?

This is a 🎐popular 🕉Hindu festival that occurs on or around January 14th across India.

The 🗒day is known by various🆕 names and there is a variety of different customs observed in the different Indian states.

🔖Despite these variations, it is a harvest and thanksgiving 🎊festival marking the start of🔥 spring, the end of the traditional farming season and the gathering of the first food from the harvest.

It is unique among 🕉Hindu festivals as the date is based on a solar calendar rather than the phases of the 🌔moon. 

This 💥means it falls on 🗒January 14th in the western calendar.

This date🎊 marks the start of🎊 Uttarayana, the time when the sun starts to move northwards after the winter equinox.

✨This date is now actually December 21st in the Western 🗒Calendar, but as the equinoxes move by 50 seconds each year due to the wobble of the Earth's axis.

This🎭 shows the ancient age of this🎀 festival - a thousand years ago, the festival was on December 31st.

😃happy Uttarayana is also considered a time of good fortune and important events are 💤scheduled during this period.

🎊Celebrations across🇮🇳 India Maharashtra, Gujarat

Here the day is known as 🔥Makar Sankranti. 

Makara 🌄Sankranthi refers to the event of the Sun entering the zodiac sign of Makara or Capricorn, marking the start of its 🌐northward journey. 

It is a🎊 festival of the young and the old.

🗒In Ahmedabad in Gujarat, a large part of the celebration is the International Kite 🎭Festival.

The ☣skies are filled with kites, and kite 🌄makers come from many other cities to make and fly multicoloured kites in all design and sizes. 

At night, kites with📰 paper lamps filling the sky with light.

🔖Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka

The festival is🎊 celebrated for up to four days and is known as Pongal.

The harvest 🎊festival is known as Pongal and lasts for three days.

In Andhra Pradesh, the first day is known as Bhogi, and it is a day of🔥 cleaning and cleansing; old clothes are thrown away, marking the start of new💟 life.

🔖The second day is known as Pongal day. 

This is the key day for 🎊celebrations and🗒 holidays in many states. 

To mark a good harvest, ♥milk or rice is📟 cooked until they boil over - 'Pongal' means 'it boils'. 

The 🍎food is offered to the⭐ gods (including the sun or rain gods, depending on the region's climate) before people eat it to cleanse themselves of past sins.

✨The third day is Mattu Pongal 🎁(festival of the cow). 

It is a day to 🎀offer thanks to the village 🔄cows and oxen, who played a key role in the season's farming as they are used to plough the land. 

The 🔄cows and oxen are bathed, decorated with garlands and worshipped.

The🖤 fourth day is known as 💤Kanum Pongal or Kanyapongal. 

In 💢Tamil Nadu, it may be called Uzhavar Tirunal. 

This is a day to thank👨‍👩‍👦 family and friends who have helped in the farming season and the harvest.

In southern India🇮🇳, all three or four days of Pongal are considered important. 

🎭Southern Indians who have settled in the north will usually🎊 celebrate the second day.

♨ As it coincides with Makara💥 Sankranti in the north, it may also be called☣ Pongal Sankranti.
Punjab

🔖The festival is called Lohri. 

December and🗒 January is winter in Punjab and bonfires are lit on the eve of Sankranti. 

Sweets, 🔥sugarcane and rice are thrown on the bonfires and friends and relatives gather together.

🔖Uttar Pradesh

The period is💥 celebrated as Kicheri. 

An important tradition on this day is to have a bath and💌 masses of people can be seen bathing in the Sangam at Prayagraj where the rivers Ganga, Jamuna and Saraswathi flow together

Wishing you and your family 🤩Happy Makar Sankranti.

💎Aapko mubarak ho sankrant ka tyohar.

Gud Ki Mithas Patango Ki Aas 💫Sankranti Me Manao Jam Kar Ullas..Happy Makar Sankranti.

I 🎁wish you soar high just💟 like the kites on Makar Sankranti. 

🎀Happy Makar Sankranti!
Best wishes for a happy and prosperous Makar Sankranti! Hope the Sun God fulfills all your wishes on this auspicious occasion.🎋

🎀May your life is blessed with love.
May your life be blessed with Lakshmi
May your life be blessed with happiness.🎋

🎀Happy Makar Sankranti!
Kaat naa sake kabhi koi patang aap ki,
Toote naa kabhi dor aapke vishwas ki
Chu lo aap zindagi ki sari kamyabi,
Jaise patang chhuti h unchaiya aasman ki.🎋

🎀Wish You Happy Makar Sankranti
HO APKI LIFE ME KHUSHIYALI, KABHI NA RAHE KOI BHI PAHELI, SADA SUKHI RAHE, AAP AUR AAPKI FAMILY. WISH U HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI.🎋

🎀Look Outside
It’s so pleasant!
Sun Smiling For you
Trees Dancing for you
Birds singing for you
Because I requested them All to wish you🎋

🎀HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANT!
Meethe gud main mil gaya til, Udi patang aur khil gaya dil, Har pal sukh aur hardin shanti aap ke liya Happy Makar Sankranti🎋

🎀Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai,
Mubarak ho apko ye “MAKAR SANKRANTI 2020”
Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.🎋
Today Trending Artical
❤️ Thanks for Visit ❤️

Post a comment

0 Comments