Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Unlock your Makar Sankranti with Reliance Jewels Diamond Collection

Must read

On January 14, the Sun enters the Capricorn zodiac during the winter solstice and moves towards the northern hemisphere. The day holds great significance.

It is known as Lohri and Maghi in North, Bhogali Bihu in Assam, Makara Sankramana in Karnataka, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Poush Sankranti in West Bengal, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Uttarayani in Uttarakhand, Shishur Saenkraat in Kashmir, Khichdi Parv in UP Makar Sankranti in various parts of India.

Makar Sankranti marks the celebration of the traditional harvest festival in the country as the sun’s path transitions through the seasons. Welcome the arrival of the thriving harvest period and celebrate the propitious beginnings.

About the Collection
An exquisite diamond collection of lightweight, party & occasion wear pendant sets perfect for minimalistic festive attires.
The collection is inspired by Kites and its various forms.
Crafted in 14 Kt Gold and finished in both Yellow gold and Rose Gold, each of the designs is unique and set with lustrous diamonds to glam up your festive and party look.

The day coincides with the northward movement of the sun has reached its southernmost point. This is known as Uttaryan in Vedic philosophy.

Therefore, this day is known to mark the beginning of the auspicious period of Uttarayan. On this day, people fly kites and prepare traditional sweets including gazak, Rewari, etc.

Kite Flying as a Tradition on Makar Sankranti – Why Do We Fly Kites On Makar Sankranti?
The tradition of flying kites during Makar Sankranti is followed all over in the country and lately has spread to many parts of the world. But this festival not only brings fun but also a number of health benefits. Flying kites gives us healthy exposure to the sun from early morning and the early sun rays are known to be a rich source of Vitamin D. Since winter brings a lot of sicknesses, the sun rays are known to wipe them all.

In Gujrat, which is celebrated as Uttarayan, the symbolism of this festival is to show the awakening of the gods from their deep sleep. Throughout India’s history, it is said that India created the tradition of kite flying due to the kings and royals, later followed by nawabs, who found the sport entertaining, and a way to display their skills and power.

- Advertisement -spot_img

More articles

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest article