Shubh Muhurat for Makar Sankranti 2019
According to the Hindu calendar, Makar Sankranti is the beginning of the auspicious year This day is also renowned as the festival of harvest The farmers have put in a lot of hard work they have sown the seeds and ploughed the fields and hoping for a fruitful harvest year ahead
According to the Hindu calendar, Makar Sankranti is the beginning of the auspicious year. This day is also renowned as the festival of harvest. The farmers have put in a lot of hard work; they have sown the seeds and ploughed the fields and hoping for a fruitful harvest year ahead.
As per the Hindu calendar and traditions, the puja is usually performed during a specific time which is very auspicious also known as shubh Muhurat.
For the sacred puja, the timings are:
Mahapunya Kaal Muhurat: 7:15 AM – 9:15 AM
Kaal Muhurat: 7:15 AM – 12:30 PM
It’s during the festival that everyone gets together to pray to Lord Surya and braces themselves for the prolific harvest season. Apart from cleaning their houses and wearing new clothes, the day usually begins with prayers and offerings to the lord. The visit to the Lord Surya and Lord Shani temples is also part of the day; deities also take a dip in the Holy Ganges to wash away their sins.
As we all know that the auspicious day is celebrated with customary til ke ladoo and chikki that keep the body warm during this cold season and the day ends with kite flying.
Happy Sankranti and wish you all a lot of prosperity and happiness into your lives.
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