Astrology

About Mattu Pongal - Day 3️⃣

The third day of the Pongal festival 🎉is called Mattu Pongal. This day is dedicated to the 🐄cows because it is believed that cattle🐮 help give a good harvest. The cattle are adorned with beads, bells, corn, and garlands of flowers🌻. They are worshiped by their owners and the local …

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About Kannum Pongal - Day4️⃣

The fourth and final day of celebration 🎉is called Kannum Pongal. Many women 💃prefer to perform this ritual early in the morning, before they 🛁bathe. They place a washed turmeric 🍃leaf on the ground and cover it with the sweet Pongal left over from the previous days. They also include …

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About Lohri

In Punjab, communities celebrate and build a 🔥bonfire, warm up to the sparkling flames, sing songs🎶, throw in foods like gajak, chikki, puffed rice, popcorn , rewri, sesame seeds, jaggery, peanuts and sugar cane to pay homage to the gods and seek blessings of abundance and prosperity for everybody . Later, dinner …

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About Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is celebrated🎉 throughout India🇮🇳. In East, West & North India, this day is called Makar Sankranti,since marks the transition of the Sun ☀️into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) and marks the arrival of spring🍃. It is the main bathing day 🛁 at the holy Triveni Sangam at Prayag …

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About Thai Pongal - Day 2️⃣

In Tamil Nadu, the most important day of Pongal festivities 🎉is known as Thai Pongal (Surya Pongal/Perum Pongal). It is celebrated on Makar Sankranti day. "Ponga" means "to boil and spill over". With beautiful rangolis (kolam) and prayers🙏, an earthen pot of rice🍚, tied with turmeric leaves, is set …

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About Bhogi -Day 1️⃣

Bhogi ✨is the first day of Pongal in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. On this day (14-01-2016), people clean, discard old unwanted items, purchase new household items- marking the start of a new cycle♽ . Traditional Bhogi bonfire is lit 🔥and all unwanted discarded items are thrown and burnt to ashes …

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