What is that bright light? from where does this fragrance coming? This gentle breeze...cool air...hearty music... oh! its sankranthi...Hav a nice day...
With Great Devotion, Fervour and Gaiety, With Rays of Joy and Hope, Wish You and Your Family, HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI…
Wishing u a very happy Makar Sankranti May the Makar Sankranti fire burns all the moments of sadness and brings you warmth of joy n happiness and love…
A beautiful,bright and delighted day, sun entered makar to intense the ray. crop harvested to cheer the smiles, come together and enjoy the life. kites flying high to touch the happiness, til mangled with sweet to spread sweetness. Time to enjoy the moment with full intensity very happy prosporous Makar Sankranti
Fill Your Life With Sweetness! May The Sun RadiatePeace, Prosperity And Happiness In Your Life On Makar Sankranti And Always!Like A Bright And Beautiful Kolam May Your Days Be Sprinkled With Joy And Happiness!May The Makar Sankranti Bring In New Hopes And Good Harvest For You! Wishing You A Happy Makar Sankranti
May I be the first 1 2 wish u A VERY HAPPY SANKRANTI .
ME GUR AND TUM TIL, ME MITHAI AND AND TUM MITHAS, HAPPY MAKAR SANKRANTI.
Makar Sankranti Messages
Best wishes of Makarsankranti!" "May this harvest season bring you prosperity Wishing you a very Happy lohri & Makar Sankranti as well."
Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious festival of India. According to Hindu calendar Makar Sankranti falls on January 14 in 2012. The festival is also known as Sankranti or Makara Sankrant, and the day is dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun God). Makar Sankranti is the day when the sun enters into the zodiac Capricorn or Makara that showcase the arrival of spring season. Makar Sankranti is also known as Khichadi or Til Sakranti in north India where the combination of rice and cereals are distributed among the poor. The God of Sun (Lord Surya) is worshipped on the Makar Sankranti and the day starts with bathing ritual at Sangam (confluence of Yamuna, Saraswati and Ganga) in Allahabad and on various river banks or bathing ghats on River Ganga. The Magh Mela and the Gangasagar Mela held on Makar Sankranti and thousand of devotees take a holy dip in Ganga & Ganga Sagar at various places. Taking a holy dip on the day is considered very auspicious that takes you to the path of Nirvana, Moksha (Salvation). On this day people greets each other through messages, SMS, quotes, ecards for prosperity. Makar Sankranti is observed throughout India by all communities but with slight variations in the festivities. In Bengal, Makar Sankranti is noted for the Ganga Sagar Mela and Pithey parban. Bhogali Bihu is celebrated on this day in Assam. Makar Mela is observed in Orissa. In North India, it is the time of Lohri. In Central India, it is Sankranti. In Tamil Nadu, Makar Sankranti is observed as Pongal. In Andhra Pradesh, it is known as Sankranthi. In Kerala, the famous Sabarimala Pilgrimage comes to an end with sighting of the Makaravilakku. In Gujarat and Rajasthan, it is known as Uttarayan and is noted for the kite flying event. It is an important bathing date during the famous Magh Mela and Kumbh Mela at Sangam (Prayag) in Allahabad.