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Makar Sankranti is an Indian festival celebrated by a few states of India around mid-January. Tamil Nadu additionally observes Pongal simultaneously and Punjab likewise observes Lohri simultaneously. While this is the ideal opportunity for reap celebrations of the apparent multitude of various states, consistent with India’s assorted conventions, everyone has its traditions and practices.
Makara signifies Capricorn
Makara’signifies Capricorn’ The movement of the sun into ‘Makara Raashi’or the ‘Capricorn’ zodiac sign is known as Makar Sankranti. This celebration is praised out of appreciation for the Sun God or Suryato offer recognition for the beauty of its vitality that has empowered life and food on earth.
There are twelve Sankranties in a year. These are twelve days in a year when the Sun moves starting from one constellation to another. From Makar Sankranti, Sun begins moving towards the North heading which is otherwise called Uttarayana. Uttarayana is viewed as the time of Divinity. even though the whole year is viewed as promising, this period is considered somewhat more favorable.