Makar Sankranti is regarded as an auspicious festival,
which removes the darkness with bright rays of the sun and fills the atmosphere with joy.
This day marks the beginning of long, warm days and short nights.
Sankranthi is celebrated across the length and breadth of
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is celebrated for 3 days. Houses are
decorated. Guests are invited, and sweets
of different varieties are offered to them. The first day is Bhogi. At dawn, a
fire is lit and all old things are burnt signifying the knowledge of Rudra, a
form of Lord Shiva. In the evening, kids under the age of 8 are showered with
Indian Jujube, also known as Regi Pandlu in Telugu, mixed with coins to protect
them from evil threats.
Second Day is the main occasion, Makara Sankranti. All
members of family wear new traditional clothes and eat homemade delicacies.
Each house's threshold is decorated with colourful
and attractive rangoli designs.
The third day is known as Kanuma and is celebrated by
feeding cattle. Fun activities mark this festival. Races, kite flying, and
cockfights are some of the popular fun activities during Sankranthi.
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