Hello guys, Here we have mentioned the 10 lines on makar sakranti which any one can you in their school or any other competition. Sakrant is celebrated in various parts of india according to their belief. This year makar sakranti is being celebrated on January 15, 2020 (Wednesday)
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10 Lines on Makar Sakranti in English
Makar sakarani par 10 lines ya das vakya ya paragraph niche diya gaya ha jinhe aap sabhi apne jarurat ke anusar istemal kar sakte ha.
1. This festival is celebrated in different states of India and in every state it is known by different name which are
मकर संक्रान्ति: Chhattisgarh, Goa, Orissa, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, West Bengal, and Jammu
Tai Pongal, Uzhwar Tirunal: Tamil Nadu
Uttarayan: Gujarat, Uttarakhand
Maghi: Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab
Bhogali Bihu: Assam
Shishur Sankrat: Kashmir Valley
Khichdi: Western Bihar
Posh Sankranti: West Bengal
makar sankrmand: Karnataka
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2. On this day, It is believed that if someone start their day day with a bath in holy rovers of india, this bring good luck for rest of their life.
3. According to the beliefs of Hindu Puranas, on this day, Lord Surya goes to meet his son Shani, but Shani is the owner of Capricorn and in terms of astrology, the association of Sun and Saturn is impossible and harmful, hence Sun God himself goes to Shani. This day shows mutual closeness between father and son relationship.
4. On this day, the world famous Kumbh Mela is also organized. In this holy month a fair is organized around the holy rivers throughout in India
5. On this day, rice and khichdi are considered the most popular food, in many states, it is also known as Khichdi festival. Many people also eat khichdi with jaggery and ghee and enjoy this festival.
6. This festival is celebrated with great joy and on this day lots of people enjoy flying kites and many competition for the same is also organized.
7. On this day people make sweets of sesame seeds in their home and they distribute those sweets to their relatives, friends and relatives.
8. This day signifies mutual love between father and son, hence son should welcome his father with tilak on this day and start this day.
9. The importance of this day increases even more because on this day in the Mahabharata period Bhishma Pitamah chose this day to give up his body.
10. Just as the two states of India have named this festival separately and people celebrate it according to their beliefs, in the same way the dishes are made on this festival according to their beliefs.