:: Makar Sankranti Marathi SMS ::
Naveen varshachya Naveen sanachya priya janana god vyaktina "Makar Sankrantichya" god god shubhechya...
Sankranti chya haardik shubhechha Marathi Asmita.. marathi mann, Marathi paramparanchi Marathi Shaan, Aaj Snakranti chya Sann Gheuunn aala navchetanyachi khaann Tidlagudd ghya god god vola.
Ek Til rusula, phugala Radat Radat gulachya paakat padala Khattakan hasala hatavar yetaach bolu lagala Tilgud ghya god god bola.
Naveen varshacha, Naveen sanachya priya janana, god vyaktina “Makar Sankrantichya” goad goad shubhechya!
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Til-Gul ghyaa god god bola…………. Happy MAKARSANKRATI
एक तिळ रुसला , फुगला रडत रडत गुळाच्या पाकात पडला खटकन हसला हातावर येताच बोलू लागला तिळगुळ घ्या गोड गोड बोला .
Sankranti chya haardik shubhechha Marathi Asmita.. marathi mann, Marathi paramparanchi Marathi Shaan, Aaj Sankranti chaa Sann Gheuunn aala navchetanyachi khaann तिळगुळ घ्या गोड गोड बोला .
Dukh sare visrun jaau, God-God bolun aandane rahu Navin ustwache swagat karu chala, TIL GUL GHYA AANI GOD-GOD BOLA. `` HAPPY MAKAR SANKRATI ``
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Makar Sankranti 2012
When: 14th January 2012
Where: Northern and Western India
Makar Sankranti marks the end of winter, when the sun moves into the northern hemisphere- thus symbolising regeneration and the start of a new period. Besides being a significant date in the zodiac, Makar Sankranti is also a harvest festival and is celebrated throughout the region as the end of one agrarian cycle.
Traditionally, Makar Sankranti is observed by a ritual bath- in Uttar Pradesh, in fact, there’s a local belief that anybody who doesn’t bathe on Makar Sankranti will end up being born a donkey in his or her next incarnation! The sacred ‘sangam’ at Allahabad- the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna- is especially an important place for ritual baths, and is the venue for a local fair. All across North and West India, flying kites and feasting on rice and sweets made from sesame seeds is an integral part of the festivities.
In western India Gujarat and Maharashtra Makar Sankranti is celebrated by flying colourful kites and kite competitions.
In Punjab the festival is celebrated as Lohri which marks the end of winter and the beginning of the harvest. Bonfires are lit and family and friends throw sweetmeats and puffed rice to fuel the fire.
In South India the equivalent harvest festival is celebrated with great pomp and is known Pongal when people dress in new clothes, make merry, feast and dance to welcome the harvest season.
Makar Sankranti in Maharashtra in 2012
Makara Sankranthi, or Makar Sankrant, marks the begining of the Sun’s (Surya) journey to the Northern Hemisphere (Makara rasi). In 2012, date of Makar Sankranti in Maharashtra is January 15. In Marathi culture, on Makar Sankranti day people exchange grains of multicolored sugar balls and fried til (sesame) mixed with molasses (til gul).
Makar Sankranti is the season of the first sugarcane harvest in Maharashtra. The sugarcanes are ready to be made into fresh jaggery and this is reflected in the sweets distributed during the period.
In many regions in Maharashtra people wear black colored dress on Makar Sankranti day. Sesame seeds (Til) are used to combat the cold in winter, as sesame contains oil which is healthy. This once again proves the wisdom of ancient Hindus who insisted on a particular type of food during a particular season.
So friends, family, relatives and neighbors exchange Til Gul on the day and say ‘til gud ghya, god god bola’ – let there be only friendship and good thoughts between us.
Another major highlight on the day is kite flying.