तिळगुळ घ्या गोड गोड बोला….
Makar Sankranti is a mid-winter Hindu festival of Indian and Nepal Also.
“Tilgul Ghya God God Bola” is a popular saying spoken during the Makar Sankranti while providing the Tilgul lovely. Its an event to check out near and special ones and spread tilgul saying “Tilgul ghya, god god bola” that indicates “Take a tilgul and discuss lovely as it” God-God bolun aandane rahu Navin stwache swagat karu chala, TIL GUL GHYA AANI GOD-GOD BOLA. While trading til-gul as Occation of a good reputation individuals introducing each other with the terms, “til-gul ghya, aani god god bola”
Makar Sankranti is perhaps the only Native indian event whose date always drops on the same day every year i.e. the Fourteenth of Jan. the event of Sankranti is depending on the solar schedule as opposed to the rest of Native indian celebrations, which are depending on the lunar schedule. It’s Makar Sankranti, an Native indian collect event tagging access of the sun into
the Capricorn astrology and start of winter solstice. In this day the Sun earnings to the Northern Hemisphere and goes from the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn. It is popular in a different way in different places of the State
Colourful kites being marketed in a Shop in all over indian. Makar Sankranti is also a kite traveling event or kite event in indian.
Makar Sankranti is known by various other titles in different areas of Indian which are as follows:
1) Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh: Maghi:-The Lohri or Maghi Fairactually venerates the last sowing of the Ravi crop, a Winter Crop of North India,especially Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana.
2) Tamil Nadu: Pongal:-Pongal is a four-days-long collect occasion well-known in Tamil Nadu, a south state of Local indian native.
3) Rajasthan and Gujarat: Uttarayan:-The festival of Uttarayan is a uniquely Gujarati phenomenon, when the skies over most cities of the state fill with kites from before dawn until well after dark.
4) Assam Valley: Bhogali Bihu or Magh Bihu:- Magh Bihu (also called Bhogali Bihu (Bihu of enjoyment) or Maghar Domahi) is a harvest festival celebrated in Assam.
5) Bihar, Goa, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Orissa, Manipur, Sikkim, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra: Makar Sankranti or Sankranti.
6) Kashmir Valley: Shishur Saenkraat. It is famous by different titles in some other nations also.
Wish You haapy makar sankarat…..