Makar Sankranti: Despite the harsh cold, the devotees bathe in the Ganges at their feet

On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, many people dived into the Ganges at the feet of Har, despite the chilli present. This morning, people started arriving in large numbers. On Har Ki Paidi, the devotees bathed in the Ganges as well as bathed their gods and goddesses and reached Har Ki Paadi with dhol dhamal.

After taking a bath in the Ganges, donated a mixture of til urad dal khichdi and carried out. Today Surya has entered Uttarayan from Dakshinayan and with this, auspicious works have started in the present. The conscientious administration organized the Kumbh mark on Har Ki Paidi and several police were deployed on Har Ki Paadi. Innumerable people from completely different provinces of India, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Nepal also reached the Ganges to bathe in the Ganges to bathe at the feet of Hara. It is a non-secular belief that bathing in the Ganges on Makar Sankranti provides salvation.

Bathing the Ganges on the feet of everyone is beneficial. Security was tightened on the trail of the Kumbh Mela at Har Ki Paidi. Police were stationed in Uttarakhand as Uttarayani on every aspect of Makar Sakranti. Makar Sankranti is an important festival of Bharat Makar Sankranti (Sankranti) which is known as a type or different form through India and Nepal. This spectacle is fully known when the solar month falls on the Capricorn Capricorn during the entire month. This festival falls on the 14th day of the month of January. On this day, the Sun enters Capricorn from the Capricorn sign.

In Paush month, when the Sun enters Capricorn, it celebrates Pongal as a festival in Tamil Nadu while in Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh it is known as Sankranti. Makar Sankranti festival can be commonly known as Uttarayani, this festival is celebrated as Uttarayani in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand.

Uttarayani ie Ghughutia pageant

An idol named ‘Ghughutiya’ is well known on Makar Sankranti in Kumaon, Uttarakhand state. This pageant has its own distinct identity. The most important attraction of the pageant is the crow. Children feed crunchy crows on this day and say – “Black crow eat black garland.”

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