The festival of ' Pongal ' is celebrated every year on the Panchami day of Magh Krishna side. The festival is considered to be one of the major festivals in South India. This festival is a major festival of Tamil Hindus and this festival is celebrated with great fanfare on the 14-15 January day every year. The Tamil meaning of Pongal is called a storm or pandemonium. This festival is also considered dedicated to nature and is celebrated after the harvesting of crops.
Talking about the history of this festival, it is said to be 1000 years old. The festival is celebrated especially in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, USA Mauritius, Canada and Singapore. In North India and Maharashtra, it is celebrated in the names of Makar Sankranti, Bihu in Bengal and Assam, etc. While considering the Tamil calendar, Pongal festival is the custom of celebrating from 15th January to 18th January. In South India, the day of the sun's Uttarayan is the beginning of the new year from Pongal. On this day, the houses are cleaned and then the whole house is decorated. Beautiful rangoli is made in or outside the courtyard of the house.
In Hinduism, Rangoli is considered to be a symbol of good wishes. Today we have brought for you the latest rangoli that you can make on this day and decorate your home in an enchanting form. With this rangoli, you can make the festival of Pongal the best and special. Let's show you Rangoli.
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