Pongal 2019 Date in Tamil Nadu India: This year, Pongal will start from Tuesday, January 15 and will continue till Friday, January 17. The word Pongal means ‘overflow’ or ‘boiling over’ and also signifies the gradual heating of the Earth by the Sun.
In anm entry on her personal blog, the woman DGP lambasted the 'Kuthiyottam' ritual at the Attukal temple which involves small iron hooks pierced into the skin on the flanks of the boys producing little drops of blood.
Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has often celebrated Indian festivals in the past, and now carrying the tradition forward he celebrated Pongal wearing a kurta and a traditiobal veshti. And, much like the last time, people on social media loved it.
Pongal 2018: The word Pongal means 'overflow' or 'boiling over' and also signifies the gradual heating of the Earth by the Sun. This festival, which is also known as Thai Pongal, starts on January 14 this year and will culminate on January 17.
Happy Pongal 2018: What makes Pongal more special is the gathering of friends and family for the joyous celebrations. To help you wish your loved ones with the loveliest of feelings, we have compiled here a list of messages, greetings and SMS. Happy Pongal!
This year, Pongal will start from Tuesday, January 15 and will continue till Friday, January 18. The festival coincides with another harvest festival Makar Sankranti which is primarily celebrated in North India.
The year has just began and with that a string of festivals have also started. People in different parts of the country are busy celebrating Makar Sankranti and Pongal, marking the onset of spring and the harvest season.
This is the month when the sound of til gud ghya, god god bola will resonate in every Maharashtrian home and every family in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and the northern plains of India will stuff their mouth full with several dishes combining sesame seeds and/or jaggery. How many combinations of these can there possibly be in one country? Lots. Here are a few to inspire the cook in you, and excite the foodies in your family.
Both the DMK and the AIADMK have opposed the Centre’s reported move to convert the holiday given for Pongal festival into restricted one from compulsory list. AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala said the Centre’s step has come as a ‘big shock’ and urged the government to reconsider it.
After South Indian superstar Kamal Haasan made a statement in favour of lifting the ban on bull sport Jallikattu, Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam has written to PM Modi urging him to consider promulgating an ordinance to resume Jallikattu on Pongal this year. The bull-fighting sport had been banned by the Supreme Court in May […]
Madurai, Chennai, Jan 14 (ANI): Tamil Nadu celebrated the harvest festival of Pongal with great zeal and fervor on Thursday. People worshipped local Gods and offered sugarcane and observed fast among other forms of celebrations like cooking mush, porridge, curd rice, poli, payasam etc. Educational institutions in the state held special programmes on the occasion. Dressed in traditional wear, college students in Madurai city prepared beautiful patterns with powdered colours, apart from cooking porridge and other delicacies on the festival. Meanwhile, sugarcane markets remained abuzz in capital Chennai city as people thronged the markets to buy the festival essential.
Ahmedabad, Jan 14 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Thursday celebrated Makar Sankranti and flew kites on the occasion. Makar Sankranti is a harvest festival celebrated over India and Nepal on the joy of getting new crops for farmers. Makar Sankranti is observed with various names in different regions of India; Pongal in Tamil, Lohri in Punjab, Uttarayan in Gujarat.
Allahabad, Jan 13 (ANI): Ahead of Makar Sankranti, a large numbers of pilgrims have started taking holy dips at the Triveni Sangam in Allahabad since early Wednesday morning. Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated with tartness on 14th January every year across India. Makar Sankranti is observed with various names in different regions of India, Pongal in Tamil, Lohri in Punjab, Uttarayan in Gujrat, Maghi and Khichdi are some other names of the same festival.