Why is Makar Sankranti celebrated? What is The story behind makar sankranti?

Makar Sankranti Information:

The festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated on the fourteenth or fifteenth day of the month of January. When the Sun enters in the Sagittarius then Makar Sankranti happens.

Makar Sankranti Information.


It is wrong to say that Sun is also Uttarayan on this day. It is true that the Uttarayan starts on 21-22 December.About 18 hundred years ago Because of planetary mathematics, the Sankranti took place at the same time in Uttarayan. Perhaps for this reason, Sankranti and Uttarayan are considered to be the only place in some places. For example, in Tamil Nadu, celebrate it as PONGAL.

Maker Sankranti Celebration:


In Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, it is called Sankranti only.


Makar Sankranti is said in the states of Goa, Orissa, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Jammu.


In Haryana and Punjab it is celebrated as Lohri on 13 January only 1 day before. Paush Sankranti Makar transition etc. is also some famous name.

Makar Sankranti Wishes:



 

Read more

What is the History behind Kumbh Mela?

Who Created the Universe?

Why Brahma ji not Worshiped by People?

Why do We Celebrate Sankranti?

 
Rishis have considered the uttarayan period as important for chanting and accomplishment. It is considered a day of gods.

Lord Krishna says about Makar Sankranti-

 Lord Krishna himself has said in The Gita that in six months of Uttarayan, the earth is shining. During the Mahabharata period, who was blessed with the wishing death. He also sacrificed his body on Makar Sankranti.

 According to another legend, Maharaja Bhagirath had forced Ganga ji, to come to Earth with the austerities of years for the welfare of his ancestors. Bhagirath had sacrificed his ancestors only on Makar Sankranti.. His gratitude is expressed to him by worshiping, worshiping the Sun God. Generally: All the dates of Indian Punchang system are determined based on the movement of the Moon, but Makar Sankranti is determined at the speed of the Sun.


The sages also said that the Sun is the rising soul of the world. It is believed that on this day, Surya Dev goes to visit his son Shani. Even though Shani is the lord of Capricorn, so to call this day as Makar Sankranti.

So this day is known as Makar Sankranti. Apart from this, the day of Deities and Dakshinaayan have been considered as the night of the Gods of Uttarayan. Expressionally, Uttarayan is auspicious and a symbol of light, then Dakshayana's stigma views Kalima's path. Where is Krishna the way to repeat it?

It is believed that donation given at the time of Uttarayan gets increased by more than hundredfold. At this time the sun affects all the zodiac signs, but the penetration of the sun in the Cancer and Capricorn zodiac is very useful from a religious perspective.


Thanks....

Post a Comment

0 Comments