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Makar Sankranti is here and it’s time to indulge in sweets and khichdi. Every year in the northern parts of India, people celebrate Makar Sankranti. It is called the harvest season. From this day, the harvest season starts. During this festival, the sun makes its entrance in the Makara zodiac sign (Capricorn). The festival is considered highly auspicious and lucky because from this day the sun starts its journey towards Northern Hemisphere (Uttarayanam).

Date and timing of Makar Sankranti 2023 

Famously known as Khichdi or Kite Festival is usually observed on the 14th of January or 15th if there is a lead year. This year 2023, will be celebrated on 15th January, thus marking the harvest season. 

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Makar Sankranti 2023

“Look at the brighter side of life, it’s so pleasant and sees the Sun smiling for you & birds singing for you. Happy Makar Sankranti 2023”

Makar Sankranti 2023 Quotes

“This is that time of the year when you can enjoy the moment with full intensity and cheers. Wish you and your family a very prosperous Makar Sankranti 2023”

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“The festival of sun and harvest is here. May it enlighten your mind with knowledge and wisdom. Happy Makar Sankranti 2023 dear”

Makar Sankranti 2023 Messages

“Explore out the brightest light coming from the sun rays and enjoy this gentle breeze & cool air with hearty music. Wish you a very Happy Makar Sankranti 2023”

History of the festival 

According to old traditions and customs, in Mahabharata, the festival Makar Sankranti is mentioned. For the festival, Vishvamitra in Vedic sage is credited for initiating the festival. It is mentioned even in Mahabharata that Pandavas observed the Makar Sankranti while they were exiled. 

Significance and rituals related to the festival 

On this day, people like to worship the goddess Sankrantian. Its ritual includes taking a dip in the holy river of Ganga and offering prayers to the Sun god to seek his blessing, prosperity and peace in your life. Many like to donate clothes, laddoo, jaggery, lentils as well as sesame laddo to those who are poor and needy. According to the legends, Sankranti killed the Sankarasu, a demon. Because of this, Makar Sankranti is also known as Kinkrant or Karidin. Plus, Devi killed Kinkarasur. People also like to fly kites to bring good fortune and blessings into their homes. 

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