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Makar Sankranti is celebrated across the nation in different ways and the cultural importance of the festival varies geographically as we move from one country to another, with every state celebrating and welcoming the new season of harvest within their native manner.

Makar Sankranti is celebrated throughout the nation in different approaches and the cultural importance of the festival varies geographically as we proceed from one country to another, with each nation celebrating and welcoming the new season of harvest within their native manner.

Why is the festival stand besides another Indian Hindu Festivals is the fact that the date of Makar Sankranti is mended. Makar signifies Capricorn and Sankranti is transition.

There is a sankranti each month when the sun passes from one sign of the zodiac into another.
It's one of the major Indian harvest festival celebrated on 14th of January of each year. It is an important festival of the Hindus and celebrated almost everywhere in the nation in myriad cultural forms and various names. Every area celebrate it in numerous manners, according to the localization, culture and customs.

Makar Sankranti celebrate Delhi and Haryana

Delhi and Haryana and many neighbouring countries consider Sakraat or Sankranti to be a principal festival of this year brother of every married woman visits her home with a present of some hot clothes for her and her husband's family. It's called"Sidha".

Women used to give a present to their in-laws, and this rituals called"Manana". The receiver will sit at a haweli (main palace in which men sit and discuss hookka). Women go to haweli to sing folk songs and provide presents.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Punjab 

Punjab Bathing at a river in the first hours on Maghi is vital. Hindus light bulbs with sesame oil since it is supposed to give prosperity and drive away all sins. A major mela is held at Sri Muktsar Sahib on Maghi which commemorates a historic event in Sikh history.

It's normal to eat"kheer"rice cooked in milk and sugarcane juice. It's also normal to eat khichdi and jaggery. Maghi represents the change of the season to warmer temperatures and increase in daytime.


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Makar Sankranti celebrate Rajasthan 

"Makar Sankrati" or"Sankrat" is major festivals in the Rajasthan. Especially, the women of the area observe a ritual in which they give any sort of object (associated with household, make-up or meals ) into 13 married ladies. The very first Sankranti experienced by a married woman is of significance as she's encouraged by her parents and brothers for their homes with her husband for a major feast.

People invite relatives and friends (especially their sisters and brothers ) to their home for particular festival meals (called as"Sankrant Bhoj"). Folks give out many sort of small gifts such as til-gud (jaggery), fruits, dry khichadi, etc. . Brahmins or the destitute ones.

Kite flying is traditionally observed as a part of this festival.On this event the sky in Jaipur and Hadoti regions is Full of kites, and kids engage in competitions trying to cut each other's strings

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Tamil Nadu

It's a four-day festival in Tamil Nadu:

Day 1 marks Bhogi Pandigai,

Day two is Thai Pongal,

Day 3 Maattu Pongal and

Day 4 on Kaanum Pongal is celebrated



The festival is celebrated four times in the last day of the Tamil month Maargazhi to the next day of the Tamil month Thai.


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Makar Sankranti celebrate Assam

Magh Bihu also known as Bhogali Bihu is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam, India, that marks the conclusion of harvesting season in the month of Maagha (January--February).The celebrations also feature traditional Assamese matches such as tekeli bhonga (pot-breaking) and buffalo fighting.

Magh Bihu celebrations start on the last day of the prior month, the month of"Pooh", usually the 29th of Pooh and also normally the 14th of January, and is the only day of Magh Bihu in modern times (before, the festival will last for the entire month of Magh, and so the title Magh Bihu). The evening before is"Uruka" (28th of Pooh), when folks gather around a bonfire, cook dinner, and make merry.

Throughout Magh Bihu individuals of Assam create cakes of rice with many names such as Shunga Pitha, Til Pitha etc. and also some other sweets of coconut called Laru.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Maharashtra 

Maharashtra Gulachi poli/puran poli (गुळाची पोळी / पुरण पोळी) (flat bread packed with soft/shredded jaggery blended with toasted, earth til [white sesame seeds]) and a few g flour, are offered for lunch. The underlying thought in the exchange of til-gul is to overlook the past ill-feelings and hostilities and solve to talk sweetly and stay friends.

The importance of sesame seeds is it retains body heat and provide good oil, which is needed as winter dried the moisture up out of body. In Maharashtra, similar to Andhra Pradesh Makar Sankaranti, is generally a festival.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Goa

Celebrations at Goa closely resemble that in Maharashtra. The girls celebrate 'haldi-kumkum'.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Gujarat

Uttarayan, as Makara Sankranti is called in Gujarati, is a major festival in the state of Gujarat which lasts for 2 days. Gujarati individuals keenly await this festival to fly kites, known as'patang'.

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In Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh, Makara Sankranti is called Magha Saaji. Saaji is the Pahari term for Sakranti, beginning of the new month.

This day onwards the sun becomes 'Uttarayan' or it starts moving into the north. It is said that from this day, which indicates a change of time, the migratory birds begin returning into the hills. On Magha Saaja individuals wake up early in the morning and take ceremonial drops and shower in the springs or baolis. From the day people visit their acquaintances and together like khichdi with ghee and chaas and give it in charity at temples. Festival culminates with singing and Naati (folk dance).

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Kumaon (Uttarakhand)

In the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, Makara Sankranti is celebrated with Fantastic gusto.

Based on Indian religious texts, on the day of Uttarayani also called Ghughuti at Kumaon, the sun enters the Zodiacal sign of'Makara' (Capricon), i.e. from this day onwards sunlight becomes 'Uttarayan' or it starts moving to the north.

It is said that from this day, which signals a change of time, the migratory birds begin returning into the hills. On Makara Sankranti individuals give Khichadi (a combination of pulses and rice) in charity, take ceremonial drops in holy rivers, take part in the Uttarayani fairs and celebrate the festival of Ghughutia or Kale Kauva.

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Early in the morning kids wear these bracelets and sing"Kale Kauva" to draw crows and other birds and offer them parts of these bracelets, as a token of welcome for all the migratory birds, who are currently coming back after their winter sojourn in the plains.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate Uttar Pradesh

The festival is called Kicheri at Uttar Pradesh and involves ritual bathing. More than two million people assemble at their various sacred places for this holy bathing for example Allahabad and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Haridwar at Uttarakhand. If it is not possible for them to go in river they then bathe at home.

There is a compulsion to bathe in the daytime whilst fasting; they first bathe then they consume candies like til ladoo and gud laddo (called tillava in Bhojpuri). At some places new garments are worn with this day. As with other places in India, the references to candy, til (sesame seeds) and gud (jaggery) are found from the songs sung on this afternoon.


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Makar Sankranti celebrate Odisha 

The weather calls for a change in food habits and ingestion of nourishing and abundant food. Thus, this festival retains traditional cultural importance. It's astronomically important for devotees who worship the sun god in the fantastic Konark temple with fervour and enthusiasm as the sun starts its annual swing northwards.

According to different Indian calendars, the Sun's movement varies along with the days from this day onwards become warmer and longer and so the Sun-God is worshiped on this day as a great benefactor. Many individuals at the start of the day play a ritual bath whilst fasting.


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Makar Sankranti celebrate Orissa

Besides the typical rituals, people of Orissa, notably Western Orissa, reaffirm the strength of this bond of friendship with their best friends during this occasion. The tradition is called 'Makar Basiba'.

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Makar Sankranti celebrate West Bengal

In West Bengal, is celebrated as a harvest festival Poush Parbon (It falls on 14 January on the Western calendar) The recently harvested paddy and also the date palm syrup in the form of Khejurer Gur and Patali is employed in the preparation of a variety of conventional Bengali sweets made with rice flour, coconut, milk and'khejurer gur' (date palm jaggery) and called'Pitha'.All sections of society participate at a three-day begins on the day prior to Sankranti and ends on the day after.

In the Himalayan areas of Darjeeling, the festival is as Called Magey Sakrati. It is distinctly connected to the worship of Lord Shiva. Traditionally, most people were required to have a bath before sunrise and then commence their pooja. The food that's consumed consists mostly of sweet potatoes and yams.

Huge numbers of people have a dip in areas like Ganga Sagar (the point at which the river Ganges meets the Bay of Bengal).

At the day of Makar Sankranti Hindu God Dharma is worshiped. And khichurhi or rice is available to the God as Bhog. The day following Makar Sankranti the first day at month Magh out of Bengali calendar The Goddess Laxmi devi is worshiped.

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On 14 January, it is celebrated as Makar Sankranti or Sakraat or even Khichdi (in local dialects). As in other sections of country, individuals take baths in ponds and rivers and feast upon seasonal delicacies as a party of good harvest.

The delicacies include chura, gur (jaggery), candies made from til (sesame seeds) for example tilgul, tilwa, maska, etc., curd, milk and seasonal veggies.

About 15 January, it's celebrated as Makraat (in certain parts of the state) when people relish special khichdi (dal-rice replete with cauliflower, peas and potatoes).

The festival is one of the most essential. The festive meal is traditionally made by women in classes. Since the meal is thick, lunch is generally skipped on the afternoon and the time is, rather, spent on socializing and engaging in kite flying festivals.

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At night a special khichdi is made and served with its four traditional companions,"char yaar" (four buddies ) -- chokha (roasted vegetable), papad, ghee and achaar. Since this kind of wealthy khichdi is usually made on this festival, the festival is often colloquially known as"Khichdi".

Makar Sankranti celebrate Karnataka
That is the Suggi or crop festival for farmers of Karnataka. On this auspicious day, women wear fresh clothing to see close and dear ones with a Sankranti offering at a plate and exchange the same with different families.

This ritual is known as"Ellu Birodhu." Here the plate would ordinarily include"Ellu" (white sesame seeds) blended with fried groundnuts, neatly cut dry coconut and nice cut bella (jaggery). The mixture is known as"Ellu-Bella".


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The plate includes shaped sugar candy moulds with a sheet of sugarcane. This festival suggests the harvest of this season, because sugarcane is predominant in those parts. Ellu Bella, Ellu Unde, bananas, sugarcane, crimson berries, haldi and kumkum and small gift items useful in regular lives are usually exchanged among girls in Karnataka.

There's also a tradition of some families giving off red berries"Yalchi Kai" with the aforementioned.

A significant ritual is display of cattle and bulls in vibrant costumes in an open area. They are also designed to cross a flame. This ritual is not uncommon in rural Karnataka and is called"Kichchu Haayisuvudu."

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