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Happy Makar Sankranti 2022: Wishes, Images, Status, Quotes, Messages and WhatsApp Greetings to Share in English, Hindi and Marathi!

Happy Makar Sankranti 2022 Wishes Images, Quotes, Status, Messages, Photos: The harvest festival is celebrated across the country with much pomp and enthusiasm. One such festival is Makar Sankranti, which falls today on January 14. Makara 1407 is particularly lucky because it marks the day that marks the first movement of the Sun into Makara or Makara in Hindu scriptures. Every year, this day is celebrated in the honor of the solar deity.

International Kite Festival is also one of the biggest celebrations in India and it is also organized on the day of Makar Sankranti on 14 January. Kite Festival is usually held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

The name of the festival is Uttarayan. So send these sweet greetings and messages to your loved ones on this auspicious day of Makar Sankranti.

How do you say Happy Sankranti in English?

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival celebrated on 14 January every year. Makar (Capricorn) is a Hindu zodiac and Sankranti means change of direction.

According to the Hindu calendar, Makar Sankranti occurs when the Sun changes north from Dhanu Rashi (Dhanu) and enters Makar Rashi (Capricorn) in the month of Paush and Makar Sankranti is considered a very auspicious day and can be celebrated by any It is considered a holy day.

Any ritual or work can be started or done on this day and it will be fruitful. It marks the beginning of the harvesting season and the end of the chilly winter season. You can visit this website to get deals on this festive day.”

Sankranti Information


Makar Sankranti festival is celebrated with enthusiasm in all parts of India. In North India, people take a holy bath in the Ganges and donate rice and dal (lentils), they also make khichdi (a rice dish).

The famous Magh Mela begins on this day on the banks of Triveni Sangam in Allahabad. Makar Sankranti is essentially a very family festival which is celebrated with utmost sincerity.

What do we call Sankranti in English?

Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan or Maghi or simply Sankranti, also known as Paush Sankranti in Bangladesh, here Sam(n)kranti means ‘transfer’, this day is considered to be the day of Sun’s transition into Capricorn.

Due to the addition of one day in a leap year, the date of Makar Sankranti may vary slightly. In leap years it falls on 15 January, otherwise it falls on 14 January. There are 365.24 days in a year but we are able to use only 365 days. Then we add one day to the leap year.

By the time of leap years, the year calendar is trailing the Sun by almost a day, making Makar Sankranti on January 15. Makar Sankranti falls back on January 14 when the correction is done.

The festivals associated with Makar Sankranti are known as Magh Bihu in Assam, Maghi in Punjab, Maghi Saji in Himachal Pradesh, Maghi Sangrand or Uttarayan (Uttarayan) in Jammu, Sakarat in Haryana, Socrates in Central India, Pongal in Tamil Nadu.

Uttarayan in Gujarat, and Uttar Pradesh, Ghughuti in Uttarakhand, Dahi Chura in Bihar, Makar Sankranti in Odisha, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, West Bengal (also known as Poush Sankranti), Uttar Pradesh (also known as Khichdi Sankranti), Uttarakhand (called ‘Uttarayani’) or as Sankranti in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Maghe Sankranti (Nepal), Songkran (Thailand), Thingyan (Myanmar), Mohan Songkran (Cambodia), and Shishur Senkrath (Kashmir).

The Sun god is worshiped along with Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi all over India on Makar Sankranti.

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Makar Sankranti is a major Hindu harvest festival celebrated with different names across India, it is also the first major festival of the year and is celebrated in January, and this year it will be on January 14. The festival has several names, such as is called Maghi by North Indian Hindus and Sikhs, and is preceded by Lohri.

In Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka and Telangana it is called Makar Sankranti and in Central India it is also called Paush Sankranti, Socrates, Magha Bihu by Assamese and Thai Pongal or Pongal by Tamils. In Gujarat, kite flying is organized as part of Makar Sankranti festival.

Makar Sankranti is dedicated to the Sun god Surya and marks the first day of the Sun’s transit into Makara (Capricorn) Rashi (Rasi), it also marks the northward journey of the Sun and hence it is also called Uttarayan. And it is considered auspicious.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, normal celebrations and festivities, such as kite flying, taking a dip in holy rivers like Ganga and Yamuna, visiting your loved ones may not be the wisest option, although one should always practice social distancing, wearing a mask.

can celebrate And sending virtual wishes and messages to your loved ones. Here are some Makar Sankranti wishes for you to share:

Makar Sankranti Wishes 2022

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Makar Sankranti Messages:

  1. Wishing you and your family loads of happiness and sweet surprises this Makar Sankranti!
  2. May your life is blessed with love.
  3. May your life be blessed with Lakshmi
  4. May your life be blessed with happiness.
  5. Happy Makar Sankranti!

Makar Sankranti quotes:

  1. A beautiful, bright and delighted day,
  2. sun entered makar to intense the ray.
  3. crop harvested to cheer the smiles,
  4. come together and enjoy the life.
  5. Kites flying high to touch the happiness,
  6. til mangled with sweet to spread sweetness.
  7. Time to enjoy the moment with full intensity
  8. Very happy prosperous Makar Sankranti

Our thoughts have the power to make, bend or break our circumstances. Happy Makar Sankranti. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Makar Sankranti.