Sankranthi Muggulu With Dots 2017 Sankranthi is the biggest festival in Andra pradesh,Tamil nadu,Karnataka.
some rangoli designs for sankranthi 2017,pongal designs 2017.
Sankarathi is the 4 days festivals.
Rangoli designs are know.Muggulu in telugu,kolam in tamil.Sankrathi is a Hindhu festival.Celabrated in tamil nadu,south india.
1.Snkranthi festival we are celabrated in month of January every year
2. The traditions and celebrations differented state to state.
Sankranthi is the famous festival our indians.This festival we are celabrated with very entertainment.
this is the one of the biggest festivalin india.And sankranthi is a 4 days festival
sankranthi:that day very femous.Farmares doning the new dressings.
Sankranthi Muggulu With Dots 2017,Pongal Kolam Rangoli Designs
After from these, Makar Sankranthi is considered as the beginning of holy phase. Good things start to happen after Makar Sankranthi, is what religious people believe. According to the ancient myths, Makar Sankranti is the day on which Lord Surya visits Lord Shani.
This auspicious festival is observed in different name with minor differences in rituals and customs in the states of India:
- Tamil Nadu – Pongal
- Kerala – End of Sabarimala Pilgrimage
- Allahabad– Khumba Mela
- Gujarat and Rajasthan – Uttarayan
- Assam – Bohali Bihu
- Karnataka – Sankranthi
- Orissa – Makar Mela
- Bengal – Ganga Sagar Mela and Pithey Parban
Sankranthi Muggulu With Dots 2017
Pongal this year celebrated from January 14 to 18. The festival marks a period of plenty, peace and happiness. While each of its days has a special religious significance, most urban people celebrated second day as the main festival. Pongal is the only festival of Hindu that follows a solar calendar. On the first day known as Bhogi, people clean their homes thoroughly. And in the evening, all unwanted goods are lit in a bonfire. The second day is Perum Pongal, the most important.
It is called Surya Pongal. Because people worship Surya, the Sun God and his consorts, Chaya and Samgnya. Women decorate the central courtyard of their homes with beautiful kolams, done with rice flour and bordered with red clay. The third day, Mattu Pongal, is meant to offer thanks to the cows and buffaloes, as they are used to plough the lands. Jallikattu, a violent taming the bull contest, marks this day. On the last of day, Kanum Pongal, people go to picnic. During the Pongal season, people eat sugar canes and decorate the houses with Kolam.