Essay On Makar Sankranti In Gujarati Yahoo

Makar Sankranti marks the first Hindu celebration in the month of January according to the Hindu calendar. It is and a festival in praise to deity Surya marking the first day of sun’s transit into Makara (Capricorn) which depicts the end of the winter solstice. So are you looking for the best Makar Sankranti Shayari & Poems in the Hindi, English, Gujarati, Tamil & Telugu fonts 2018 for Uttarayan & Kite Day festival? if yes then you come to the right post because On this post, Our team going to publish Makar Sankranti Shayari, Poems, Greeting Cards, Ecards in Hindi, English, Gujarati & Tamil 2018 for Uttrayan & Kite Day for your best friends, boyfriend, girlfriend, lovers, and family. This culture and ritual to celebrate this day come from way back from our ancestors. It is considered a festival of harvest. People celebrate this day by flying a kite, bonfires, Surya puja in the river along with art and dance.

Makar Sankranti Shayari & Poems 2018: Happy Makar Sankranti / Happy Uttarayan 2018 to you and your family. Makar Sankranti is celebrated In different parts of India under with little cultural differences. It is celebrated as Bhogali Bihu in Assam, Lohri in Punjab, Pongal in Tamil Nadu and other South Indian states. So you can use our Happy Uttarayan Shayari, Happy Uttarayan 2018 Poems, Happy Uttarayan 2018 Greeting Cards, Happy Uttarayan 2018 Ecards, Makar Sankranti Shayari 2018, Makar Sankranti 2018 PoemsMakar Sankranti 2018 Greeting Cards, and Makar Sankranti 2018 Ecards for your loved ones. This day is considered holy by the people, and they take a dip in the holy river such as Ganga, Yamuna, Krishna, Cauvery, and Godavari. It is considered holy to take a bath in the holy river which washes ones past sins away. In different houses, people make sticky bound sweet with sesame and jaggery.

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  • 1 Makar Sankranti Shayari, Poems, Greeting Cards, Ecards in Hindi, English, Gujarati & Tamil 2018 for Uttarayan & Kite Day
    • 1.1 Makar Sankranti 2018 Shayari in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu & Gujarati fonts for loved ones
    • 1.2 Happy Uttarayan / Kite Day 2018 Shayari in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu & Gujarati fonts for loved ones
    • 1.3 Makar Sankranti / Kite Day / Uttarayan 2018 Poems in Hindi & English
    • 1.4 Makar Sankranti / Kite Day / Uttarayan 2018 Greeting Cards & Ecards

Makar Sankranti Shayari, Poems, Greeting Cards, Ecards in Hindi, English, Gujarati & Tamil 2018 for Uttarayan & Kite Day

Makar Sankranti Shayari

This Makar Sankranti lets wish with poetry in Makar Sankranti Shayari which is a very new trend. Shayari are of Arabic origin and is a treat to the years when someone recites the beautiful piece of creation. Happy Makar Sankranti Shayari, Poems, Greeting Cards, Ecards in Hindi, English, Gujarati & Tamil 2018 for Uttarayan & Kite Day 2018 express our feelings for the people you love and care for, elders, family friends and any of your near and dear ones. Check our previous post on, Makar Sankranti Wishes & Makar Sankranti Messages.

Makar Sankranti 2018 Shayari in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu & Gujarati fonts for loved ones

“Moongfali Di Khusboo Ty Gurh Di Mithaas,
Makki Di Roti Ty Sarson Da Saag,
Dil Di Khushi Te Apneya Da Pyar,
Mubarak Hovy Tuhanu Makar Sankranti Da Tehwar…!!!”
“Happy Makar Sankranti 2018”

 

Mandir ki ghanti, Arti ki thali, Nadi k kinare suraj ki lali, Jindige me aye khushiyo ki bahar, Aapko mubarak ho sankrant ka tyohar Happy Makar Sankranti 2018!

Pal Pal Sunahre phool Khile, Kabhi Na Ho Kanto Ka Samna, Jindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe, Sankranti Par Hamari Yahi Shubhkamna Happy Makar Sankranti 2018!

 

Paigaam Hai Yeh Dil Sy Dil Tak,
Aasman Ky Taron Sy Samandar Ki Sahil Tak,
Hum To Sath Hain Hasi Sy Ghamtak,
Bs Aap Khush Rehna Subah Sy Raat Tak…!!!”
“Happy Makar Sankranti 2018”

 

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Happy Uttarayan / Kite Day 2018 Shayari in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu & Gujarati fonts for loved ones

 

Tan Me Masti, Maan Me Umang Chalo Sare Ek Sang Aaj Udayein Aakash Me Patang Uchale Hava mein Sankranti Ke Rang MakarSankranti ki Shubhkamnaye Happy Uttarayan 2018 to you and your family!!

 

Makar Sankranti / Kite Day / Uttarayan 2018 Poems in Hindi & English

Aathavani suryachi,
sathavan senhachi.
kanbhar til,
manbhar prem.
gulacha godva,
sneh wadhva. “TIL GUL” Ghya ni
GOD GOD BOLA Wish you Happy
MAKAR SANKRANTI

 

Makar Sannkrati ke din aapke jeevan ka andhera chhat jaye aevam gyan aur prakash se aapka jeevan ujjwal ho jaye!! Happy Makar Sankranti 2018!

As the sun starts northward journey.
He makes all the happiness of throughout this year.
I wish you and your family a
Very Happy Makar Sankranti 2018.

 

With Great Devotion, Fervor And Gaiety, With Rays Of Joy And Hope, Wish You And Your Family, Happy Makar Sankranti 2018!

 

Everywhere Here And There..
Sankranti Sounds So Much In Flairs..
Just Start The New Era Of Happiness
And Prosperity
With The Unmatched Moments Of Makar Sankranti 2018.

Makar Sankranti / Kite Day / Uttarayan 2018 Greeting Cards & Ecards

Purnima Ka ‘Chand’,
Rango Ki ‘Doli’.
‘Chand’ Se Uski ‘Chandni’
Boli.. Khushiyo Se Bhare
Ho Aapki ‘Jholi’…
Mubarak Ho Aap Ko Rang Birangi
‘Patangwali’ Mak…

 

Sankranti, the festival of the Sun is here !
May it bring you greater knowledge and wisdom
light up your life for the entire new year.
Happy Sankranti 2018!!

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Summary

Makar Sankranti Shayari, Poems, Greeting Cards, Ecards in Hindi, English, Gujarati & Tamil 2018 for Happy Uttarayan & Kite Day 2018 on 14th January 2018.

An event is best experienced at the heart of all the action. A perfect example of this was Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan – the kite flying festival we attended in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. An experience we will cherish forever.

The entire city – with friends, families and relatives – was gathered on rooftops. Everyone was engaged in a kite flying frenzy.

It was exciting being in midst of all these festivities, seeing the kites soar, blanketing the crisp winter sky in colourful specs.

The significance of Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan)

Unlike other Hindu festivals which follow the lunar motion, Makar Sankranti follows the movement of the sun. It marks the beginning of the sun’s transition into the zodiac of Capricorn (Makar=Capricorn, Sankranti= transition). This makes it the only festival to fall on a fixed date every year – January 14th.

It is a festive day all over India. Each region celebrates its own local form of this festival. In the western parts of India it is called the “Makar Sankranti”.

This is the day winter officially ends and spring begins – a transition symbolic of discarding the previous season’s bad and the beginning of a fresh new season.

Uttarayan is synonymous with kite flying.

For days preceding the festival of Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan), the markets are filled with colourful kites. They are all waiting to be bought by the heaps.

The night before the main Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan) day, markets are choc-a-bloc with people. They are all selecting their stash for kite flying the next day.

Mobile kite vendors like this boy have to carry the kites on their heads, for the fear of them being trampled otherwise. There isn’t any other safe way to roam around with them.

All sorts of colourful shiny toys act as accompaniments to the kites! The atmosphere is not short of a carnival. Festivities are in the air!

Of course, the Bollywood  stars are ubiquitous! People will literally take them soaring to the skies!

And yes, any festival is all about love! We all need big love!

The kite flying is by no means a friendly pass time that people indulge in for Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan). Some closely fought contests take place mid air. Save your kite and bring the other person’s down is the name of the game.

Which is why kites have to be bought in large numbers.

Making of the manjha

Manjha is the thread tied to the kites. It is made by specific communities. Each colour stands for a specific community. It is not just a regular thread. Manjha is coated with powdered glass, making it extremely sharp.

Kite fliers are aware of this. The expert ones always take proper precautions. Their fingers are heavily bandaged before the start of kite flying.

Food – important to any Indian festival.

In Gujarat, a special winter vegetable called undhiyo is the specialty of the day. It’s a preparation of several beans, roots and other local seasonal vegetables.

Then there are the twisted and crooked orange spirals called jalebee.Their explosive sweetness is a perfect accompaniment to the rustic goodness of the undhiyo.

We had the privilege of visiting a hundred year old jalebee joint. Even at the rush hour, they let us peek into their kitchens and click a few photos.

The smooth flowing batter is first fried in the shape of these spirals. The fiery golden discs are then instantly dunked in sugar syrup. What results is a melt-in-your mouth sweet heaven.

Jalebees are not for the mild hearted, mind you! They are desserts meant for the hard core sugar lover!

Kite flying, a team sport!

After a hearty breakfast, every body gets on the rooftops. Kite flying is a family event. Entire families gather together on the terraces, roofs or any other part of their house exposed to the sky.

Those not busy flying are busy in preparing the kites. Getting the tension on its skeleton right, is the key to the strength of the kite. The positioning of the holes to insert the manjha will decide the flight angle and it’s trajectory.

All of these technicalities, make kite flying a team event.

An expert prepares the kites. Another one rolls out the manjha for the flier. The co ordination between the flier and the one rolling out the manjha is also very important.

Rolling-out and pulling-in of the manjha has to go in sync with the kind of contest your kite has got into, in the skies.

The contests among the kites

The contests are very intensely fought. It requires a lot of concentration to not lose sight of your kite. Controlling the flight and motion of the kite so high up, is no easy task.

The kite that flies the tallest is the star of the day!

Late in the evening, as the sun sets, the night festivities begin. People release paper lamps from their terraces. The sky is now filled with floating lights. Our necks ached as we tried to take in the spectacle around. It was a surreal moment.

The Khadia area in old Ahmedabad can easily be labelled the capital of Makar Sankranti kite flying. It was from the tallest terrace in this Khadia area that we saw the entire city engaged in the same sport, the sky covered in tiny colourful specs of kites.

In its complex maze of tiny lanes was where we experienced the magic!

Top tips for experiencing the festival of Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan):

  • Get to Gujarat – that’s the key. Even though the festival is celebrated in most parts of India, it’s magnitude in Gujarat is like no other place.
  • Ahmedabad is the city we would recommend you head into. It is well connected by trains, buses and flights with other parts of India. Getting into Ahmedabad and around is easy.
  • Book a place for yourself in advance, in the old parts of Ahmedabad (east of the Sabarmati river), preferably the area called Khadia. This is where the rest of the city gathers to fly their kites.
  • Khadia and surroundings is full of tiny lanes called pol which house many heritage bungalows. The people will be eager to show off their heritage. Experience this old world charm and soak in their hospitality along with celebrating Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan). The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation also offers heritage walks in the pols of Ahmedabad. Highly recommended.
  • We suggest a short holiday (3-4 days) to Ahmedabad, when you are there to celebrate Makar Sankranti. The International Kite Flying event coincides with Makar Sankranti (Uttarayan). Take time to visit this on the banks of Sabarmati, to see the huge kites the kite fliers from all across the globe bring along.
  • Ahmedabad is a city that offers something to the visitor of every kind. Food, street shopping, culture, architecture – it has it all.
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