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Makara Sankranti Puja Date And Pooja Timing From 2018 to 2030

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Makara Sankranti Sunday 14th January 2018
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 2:00 PM to 17:41 PM
Duration = 3 Hours 41 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 2:00 PM
Maha Muhurtam = 2:00 PM to 2:24 PM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Tuesday 15th January 2019
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 8:05 PM on 14th, January
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:03 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

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Makara Sankranti Wednesday 15th January 2020
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 2:22 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:02 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

Makara Sankranti Thursday 14th January 2021
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 8:29 AM to 5:41 PM
Duration = 9 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 8:29 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 8:29 AM to 8:53 AM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Friday 14th January 2022
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 2:42 PM to 5:41 PM
Duration = 2 Hours 58 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 2:42 PM
Maha Muhurtam = 2:42 PM to 3:06 PM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Sunday 15th January 2023
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 PM to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 20:57 PM on 14th, January
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:03 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

Makara Sankranti Monday 15th January 2024
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 2:53 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:02 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

Makara Sankranti Tuesday 14th January 2025
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 9:03 AM to 17:41 PM
Duration = 8 Hours 38 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 9:03 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 9:03 AM to 9:27 AM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Wednesday 14th January 2026
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 3:12 PM to 5:41 PM
Duration = 2 Hours 28 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 3:12 PM
Maha Muhurtam = 3:12 PM to 3:36 PM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Friday 15th January 2027
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 9:13 PM on 14th, January
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:02 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

Makara Sankranti Saturday 15th January 2028
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 12:30 PM
Duration = 5 Hours 11 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 3:26 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 7:19 AM to 9:02 AM
Duration = 1 Hour 43 Mins

Makara Sankranti Sunday 14th January 2029
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam =09:28 AM to 17:41 PM
Duration = 8 Hours 13 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 9:28 AM
Maha Muhurtam = 9:28 AM to 9:52 AM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

Makara Sankranti Monday 14th January 2030
Makar/Makara Sankranti Muhurtam:
Muhurtam = 3:36 PM to 5:41 PM
Duration = 2 Hours 4 Mins
Sankranti Moment = 3:36 PM
Maha Muhurtam = 3:36 PM to 4:00 PM
Duration = 0 Hours 23 Mins

‘Makar Sankranti’ is one of the most auspicious days for the Hindus. It is celebrated in almost all parts of the country. There are many cultural forms, great devotions, dedication and happiness. Traditionally, ‘Makar Sankranti’ begins when Sun moves northward [‘Uttarayan’] and sun sign is ‘Makar’ [Capricorn]. According to Solar calendar, ’Makar Sankranti’ always falls on 14th of January every year. People take a holy dip at Ganga Sagar, Prayag and pray to Sun God.

Sankranti Celebration:
Festival is celebrated with lots of pomp and glory. In southern parts of India, it is known as ‘Pongal’. In Punjab it is celebrated as ‘Lohri’ and ‘Maghi’. In Rajasthan and Gujarati, people respectfully look up to the sun. Also, they offer thousands of objects in colourful, beautiful kite forms displayed all over skyline. Festival introduces kite enthusiasts world-wide to the intriguing beauty and cultural diversity of India.

Regional Significance:
In Uttar Pradesh, ‘Sankranti’ is called ‘Khichiri’. On this day, taking a dip in holy rivers is regarded as most auspicious. Also, there is ‘Magha-Mela’, a big fair lasting for one month, at Prayag, Allahabad. Besides Triveni, ritual bathing spots include Haridvar, Garh Mukteshwar in Uttar Pradesh, and Patna in Bihar.

In West Bengal, ever year, there is a big ‘Mela’ at ‘Ganga Sagar’. At this point, river Ganga divides into the rear area. This area dramatically reminds people of ashes of sixty thousand ancestors of King Bhagirath. In Maharashtra, on Sankranti day, people exchange multicoloured tilguds made of til [sesame seeds] and sugar. Also they exchange ‘til-laddus’ made of ‘til’ and jaggery.

In Gujarat, there is a tradition of giving gifts to relatives. Gujarati pundits grant scholarships to students for higher studies in astrology and philosophy. Also, flying kites is associated with this festival in a major way. Hence, there is an internationally well-known kite flying event.

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