People in many parts of India and Nepal welcome the ritual of Makar Sankranti, a harvest festival. Devotees pray to Sun God with divine gifts for prosperity in life.
Makar Sankranti marks the end of long winter nights which is more commonly known as the winter solstice. Devotees dedicate this festival to the religious Sun God Surya and pray to him with puja samagri of premium quality. From the day of the Makar Sankranti, the Sun starts its northward journey or Uttarayan journey. It usually occurs on the 14th of January and falls in the Hindu solar calendar of the month of Makara.Continue reading Welcoming the Festival of Makar Sankranti With Grace & Happiness