Makar Sankranti 2021 why this makar sankranti is special and all you need to know


This festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated in almost all of India like Khichdi in North India, Pongal in South India, Lohri in Punjab and Sindh Pradesh, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Paush Sankranti in Bengal, Maghi Sankranti in Maharashtra and Haryana. , Suggi Habba in Karnataka, Makar Chaul in Odisha, Bihu in Assam and Kashmir die Shishir Sankrant which is why the festival of Makar-Sankranti has special significance in our country. The period of Makar Sankranti is the midnight period of the deities and after this the deities begin to orient towards their day. Therefore, in the Samhita texts, it is called the Day of the Gods, and it is called the Day of the Gods.

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What is the auspicious time of solstice The

This year confusion has arisen regarding the period of Sankranti, but according to Ketki planetary mathematics, the most modern but traditional book of Indian astrology, the period of Sankranti is proving imminent at 8:18 am. Therefore, it will be appropriate for Sanatan religious people to conduct religion on the basis of the adjacent Sankranti period of 8:18 pm, according to Ketki planetary mathematics, the traditional and most accepted book of astrology. On 14 January 2021, the festival of Sankranti will be celebrated from 8:18 am till the evening. This year, in 2021, Makar Sakranti festival will be celebrated on January 14 with the arrival of Capricorn in the sun at around 8:18 am on January 14 and its auspicious period will start from Sankranti period to sunset period.

Period of charity

On the day of Makar Sankranti, charity can be given to the needy people according to reverence. Bathing, charity, chanting, austerity, shraddh, and rituals are of great importance on this day. Donations made on this occasion are received a hundred times. In the order of donating things, donating sesame, rice, urad dal, blankets, food grains, warm clothes, fire, etc. and feeding khichdi to the poor, one attains eternal virtue. It is said in Dharmasindhu that-

The human brain is not received.

Saptnradhanischavaye, the seventh-born patient.

That is, a person who does not bathe on the day of Makar-Sankranti is sick and poor at birth. This year, special planets of five planets will also be formed on Makar Sankranti. This time the name of Sankranti is Manda. Which is entering Makar riding on a lion. It belongs to the Dev caste. Kasturi paste on the body, wearing white clothes, snake saffron, garland of flowers and Bhusundi arms in hand, eating in a pot of gold.

Sankranti is auspicious on Thursday

Thursday is the day of Jupiter Dev. It is considered auspicious day in astrological texts. Therefore it is very auspicious to change Uttarayan on this day. This solstice is falling on Thursday, which is expected to reduce inflation a bit. It is told in astrological texts that when the sun sign changes, the horoscope is made at the time of solstice. From which the political, social and economic future of the next 30 days can be extracted. This time, when the Sun changes its zodiac sign, Panchagrahi Yoga will be formed by having Moon, Mercury, Guru and Saturn with the Sun in Capricorn. This combination of planets is giving astrological indication of bringing big political and social changes. It has been said in Mayurachitakam that – Panchagrahi Gnanti Chatushpadanam i.e. Panchagrahi Yoga is harmful for animals. According to Jyotirnibandha text in the forenoon, according to the Jyotirinabandha text, when there is a Sankranti in the morning, there is pain for the kings. There is a possibility of administrative reshuffle. People’s health will improve.

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