Happy Makar Sankranti 2019: Makar Sankranti is celebrated all over India in the month of January. This year it is celebrated on 14th January 2019. It is considered to be the first day of Magha month according to Puranas. The festival Makar Sankranti noticed during Capricorn period and it designates the start of summer days.
This festival resembles the devotee to the Sun God. Makar Sankranti is a festival season for peace, success, and wealth. On this day devotees believed to take a holy dip in rivers like Godavari, Ganga, Krishna, Yamuna, and Cauvery. One can check out Makar Sankranti 2019 Images Wallpapers Photos and much more below the article.
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Makar Sankranti, celebrated in different parts with different regional names. Here are few names of Makar Sankranti and they are Thai Pongal, Uttarayan, Maghi, Bhogali Bihu, Shishur Saenkraat, Khichdi, Poush Sangkranti and Makara Sankramana. It recognized differently in different regions of India also. Mainly in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the festival is celebrated for four days.
The first day named as Bhogi and that day people discard old things and start using new ones. On Bhogi people lit a fire with wood and threw al the unnecessary things and this is named as a sacrifice to lord Rudra. This holy fire is known as “Rudra Gita Gyana Yagna “. People can wish their dear and near ones for this Bhogi festival by sending them wallpapers, Photos, Images, and Wishes.
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The second day of this festival is Makar Sankranti and this is the main festival. On this day people take a holy bath and put on new clothes and visit temples to worship God. They also offer some traditional foods to their ancestors. In front of their homes they also draw different patterns and color them with different colors.
Those patterns are called as “Muggu” or ” Rangoli “. After completion they place a cow dung called “Gobbemma ” in the middle of Muggu. Besides all these, they also prepare traditional foods like Jantikalu, Kudumulu, Appalu, Ariselu, Chakinalu, Karam Appalu and much more variety. Wish all your family members by sending Makar Sankranti 2019 Wishes wallpapers SMS Photos seen below.
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The third day known as kanuma. This day is mainly celebrated by farmers. They worship their cattle as they consider it as a symbol of wealth and honor. Finally fourth day of Makar Sankranti is Mukkanuma. This day is celebrated mainly by Non-vegetarians. In Andhra Pradesh, people won’t take meat for first three days and on the fourth day of Makar Sankranti that is Mukkanumu, they eat meat.
This day celebrated with the union of whole family members, relatives, and friends. People also play with kites and on this day sky is filled with full of colorful kites. Makar Sankranti 2019 Messages, Images, Greetings, Rangoli Designs and more are found below.
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Happy Makar Sankranti 2019 Messages
Sankranti, the festival of the Sun is here! May it bring you greater knowledge and wisdom and light up your life for the entire new year. Happy Makar Sankranti!!
Naveen Varshacha, Naveen Sanachya, Priya Janana, God Vyaktina “Makar Sankrantichya” Goad Goad Shubhechya.
To a sweet friend, I send Happy Makar Sankranti Wishes for you with love. I hope this harvest is the Best in the whole year and you Have lots of grains to earn profits.
Happy Makar Sankranti
The eternal mystery of life is a new start. Wishing you a happy Makar Sankranti
With Great Devotion, Fervor and Gaiety, With Rays of Joy and Hope, Wish You and Your Family, HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI.
As the sun starts the orthward journey. He makes all the happiness of throughout this year. I wish you and your family a Very Happy Makar Sankranti.
The sun rises with new hope Kites fly with vigour crops Are ready to be harvested All denoting hope, Joy and abundance.
Happy Makar Sankranti
May this harvest season bring you prosperity Wishing you a very Happy Lohri & Makar Sankranti.
Our thoughts hold the power to build, bend or break our circumstances.”Best wishes of Makar Sankranti!