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The day going before Makara Sankranthi is called Bhoghi. This is when individuals dispose of old and abandoned things and focus on new things causing change or change. At day break, individuals light a blaze with logs of wood, other strong fills and wooden furniture that are never again valuable.

Makara Sankranti

The second day is Makara Sankranti. Individuals wear new garments, implore God, and influence offerings of conventional nourishment to progenitors to who have passed on. They additionally make excellent and luxurious illustrations and examples on the ground with chalk or flour, called “Rangoli” or “muggu” in Telugu, before their homes. These illustrations are embellished with blossoms, hues and little, hand-squeezed heaps of cow manure, called “gobbemma” .

For this celebration all families get ready Chakinalu, Nuvvula Appalu, Gare Appalu or Katte Appalu or karam appalu, Madugulu (Jantikalu), Bellam Appalu, kudumulu, Ariselu, Appalu (a sweet made of jaggery and rice flour) dappalam (a dish made with pumpkin and different vegetables) and make an offering to God.

Beautiful floor work of art (muggulu or Rangoli or Kolam) enhance passageways and boulevards on Makar Sankranti

On the third day, Kanuma is commended. Kanuma is exceptionally cozy to the hearts of ranchers since it is the day for supplicating and exhibiting their steers with respect. Cows are the representative sign of success. On the day after Makara Sankranti, the set of all animals is recollected and, specifically, dairy animals. Young ladies sustain the creatures, flying creatures and fish as an image of sharing.


The fourth day is called Mukkanuma which is prevalent among the non-veggie lovers of the general public. On this day, ranchers offer petitions to the components (like soil, rain, fire for helping the collect) and the (town) goddesses with their blessings which at times (and nowadays basically) incorporate creatures. Individuals in Coastal Andhra don’t eat any meat (or fish) amid the initial three days of the celebration and do as such just upon the arrival of Mukkanuma. Kanuma, Mukkanuma and the day following Mukkanuma call for festivities with union of families, companions, relatives. Individuals play with kites and the sky is loaded with delightful kites.

Another prominent element of the celebration in Andhra Pradesh is the Haridasu who goes at a young hour early in the day around with a brightly dressed cow, singing melodies of Lord Vishnu (Hari) consequently the name Haridasu (worker of Hari). It is a custom that he ought not converse with anybody and just sing tunes of Lord Vishnu when he goes to everybody’s home.

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