most 4 popular festivals in India Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Mahashivaratri, Sharad Purnima

 most 4 popular festivals in India:

Makar Sankranti (मकर संक्रांति):  Symbolizes happiness the whole of India celebrates this festival very happily this festival is celebrated it is celebrated when the Sun enters Capricorn.
The festival of maker Sankranti will be celebrated on 14th January. Donating, bathing or performing Shraadh work on the day of Sankranti is considered auspicious On the day Makar Sankranti, the river Ganges and many rivers in which all People bathe and Charity in virtue so that all Wishes are fulfilled, On this day People make Khichdi and offer it to Lord Suryadev and on this day, kite flying with happiness and celebrate this festival, This festival is considered very good in Punjab Which is Known as Lohri and Known as Pongal in South India, In South India, this festival is celebrated with great joy and gaiety.

Pongal (पोंगल):  Pongal is considered a very good festival in India it is celebrated in the south of the country, this festival is very happy and this festival is celebrated for four days when the crop is ready, the crop is dedicated to its deity and the festival is celebrated with joy and gaiety and Prasad is offered to the sun god, Lord Surya worshiped and hence the name of this festival is Pongal.
(Pongal)  This festival is celebrated on 14th January.
(first day): We celebrate this festival for four days and on the first day we celebrate it, Lord Indra is worshiped because Lord Indra gives rain to our crops, due to which our crops are good, Lord Indra is the supreme ruler of the clouds and provides water to our crops, making our crops good Hence Lord Indra is Worshiped.

(second day):  This festival, held in India, is celebrated in South India for four days, in which the second day is worshiped in this way when rice is boiled in milk outside the house in earthenware And is offered to Lord Surya with the following items And all the People wear nice clothes and celebrate this festival with joy and gaiety and the offerings include coconut and banana dishes and sugarcane.

(third day):  On this day all the People are happy and wish their crops to be good This day is known as Mattu Pongal and all cows are worshiped on this day in South India, A garland of flowers is tied around the neck of the cow and written on the cow and they are worshiped very well.

(fourth day): In India, Pongal is celebrated with great joy and gaiety and on the last day turmeric and leaves are placed in the ground Many types of items are placed on this leaf Like Coconut, Sweet rice, Betel nut, e.t.c.

Mahashivaratri (महाशिवरात्रि): Mahashivaratri festival is celebrated every year in honor of Lord Shiva, on Mahashivaratri everyone prays to Lord Shiva for good health and it falls in the months of February and March, On the day Lord Shiva appeared in a very good and huge Shivling Which is called Jyotirlinga.
On the day of Mahashivaratri, Lord Shiva is anointed with various sacred things and offered bilvapatra, gulal, plum, datura, abir, etc. It is believed that on this day, Lord Shiva opened his third eye by doing orgy, Lord Shiva destroyed the universe with his third eye.

On this day, devotees worship Lord Shiva and pray with all gaiety Everybody fasts Awakening at night, it is believed in many Places that Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati were married on this day. On this day, Shiva temples are crowded with devotees, who consider themselves lucky to see Shiva, Everyone worships Lord Shiva in the temple And all the People of Hindu society living in India celebrate this festival All people worship Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati and joy and gaiety with celebrating this festival.

Sharad Purnima (शरद पूर्णिमा): It is believed that on this night, nectar falls from the moon's rays. Then on this day in India, there is a law to make kheer and keep it in the moonlight overnight This festival comes Diwali before15 days And Goddess Durga is also related to this festival in some parts of India. The idol of Goddess Durga is taken to the temple pomp with great premises, Goddess Durga is taken to the temple premises Which is called Chhabina (छबीना).

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