Makar Sankranti is especially celebrated in India and Nepal. Makar Sankranti — also known as Pongal in South India and Maghi in Punjab. Makar Sankranti is one of the most celebrated festivals of Hindus in India and Nepal. This year, the harvest festival falls on 15 January. Makar Sankranti one of the grand festivals for which many of the people especially women in the India, as well as Hindu communities such as Nepal and others places excitedly wait. It is celebrated differently across regions of India.
Mostly, The Makar Sankranti will be celebrated on the 14th January. Women decorate their doorsteps with Rangoli designs. Rangoli designs can be made in various shapes using many bright colors. These rangoli’s scream celebration and they are colorful and often decorated with diva’s, flowers and props such as sugarcane’s, bowl of pulses and so on that are harvested for the season. Thousands of people take a dip in the holy river Ganga or pray to worship the Sun God and to purify their souls as Makar Sankranti signifies a new life filled with brightness.
Makar Sankranti is a special day for the women in Maharashtra when married women are invited for a get-together called ‘Haldi-Kunku’ (literally meaning turmeric-vermillion) and given gifts such as utensils, clothes etc. Typically, women wear black saris or black colored clothes on this event. The importance of wearing black is that Sankranti comes at the peak of the winter season and black colour retains and absorbs heat, helping keep warm. Maharashtra and Gujarat is also famous for kite flying on this special occasion.
Many people especially women prefer to wish others via Happy New Year Greeting Cards which can be easily found online. Such Makar Sankranti Greeting Cards are decorated with a momentous Sankranti message, image or a Sankranti quote. You can share online New Years Greeting Card and the image just before one day in advance.
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So, look for the best and unique online Happy Makar Sankranti Greeting Card or images to share with your loved one. Celebrate Makar Sankranti your friends and family on 14 & 15 January 2016.
Makar Sankranti Messages
Wishing u and Ur family a very “HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI”.
May the beauty Of Lohri Festival season fill your home with happiness.
Naveen varshacha,Naveen sanachya priya janana, god vyaktina “Makar Sankrantichya” goad goad shubhechya!
Mandir ki ghanti, Arti ki thali, Nadi k kinare suraj ki lali, Jindige me aye khushiyo ki bahar, Aapko mubarak ho sankrant ka tyohar
Ek Til Rusala, Phugala , Gulachya Pakat Jaun Padala. Hatawar Yetach Bolu Lagala . Til Gula Ghya Goda Goda Bola.
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 Sankranti!!