Makar Sankranti marks the arrival of the spring season and is one of the auspicious festivals celebrated in India.
Throwback to Makar Sankranti celebration where the entire GSBB family along with children were in traditional attires and celebrated the festival with full earnestness by flying kites and having sweets.
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Celebrating Makar Sankranti, a pious and hugely celebrated Hindu festival in the Indian subcontinent.
Makar Sankranti celebrations in Maharashtra usually last three days. People clean their homes well in advance and on the day of Sankranti,they wear ethnic clothes to bring in the festivities.
1. On the first day called bhogi, people pay their respects to the Sun Goa and step out to fly kites.
2. The second day is for married women to carry out the rituals of haldi-kumkum which involves applying turmeric and vermillion on each other's foreheads.
3. The last day is called Kinkrant which marks the day of the defeat of demon Kinkarasur.
Our little tree is up and the mince pies are in the oven. 🎅Feeling festive in this black dress with hearts and spades.. and @thenailspa_me nailing my festive gold glitter nails! It feels like Christmas already! Love love love this time of year 🎄 #christmas2018 ❤️❤️
25120 December, 2018
As we turn off the sound and move into silence, the dancing can begin. We finally hear the music within us and it gives us inner peace. And as we listen to the music of our soul, we mysteriously hear the music of everyone else’s as well and we are at one with the world. Silence is the music of serenity indeed!
Kickstarting this wondrous birthday with a meditational practice to count my blessings! ☀️ #blessedbeyondmeasure