15 Wishes on Makar Sankranti to Share with Your Loved Ones



Mid-January is the period of year when nature delivers the milder breezes of spring to India. Makar Sankranti, India’s most significant harvest festival, is celebrated around this time to honour the end of the winter season while welcome longer days owing to the sun’s northward march. This auspicious festival, also known as Sankranti, is a seasonal celebration in honour of Lord Surya, the Sun God. It marks the arrival of the sun in Makara rashi, or the Capricorn zodiac sign

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The event is named after the god Sankranti, who is worshipped as a God. Sankranti, according to Hindu belief, slew the demon Sankarasur. Karidin, or Kinkrant, is the day following Makar Sankranti. The Devi slew the demon Kinkarasur on this day.

Furthermore, the sun is an important part of Makar Sankranti. The sun shines largely over the earth’s southern hemisphere prior to the celebration. During the festival, though, it begins to travel northward. According to Hindu belief, this time period, known as Uttarayana or Winter Solstice, is fortunate. According to the Mahabharata epic, Bhishma, the supreme leader of the Kaurava troops, had awaited the Uttarayana period to die.

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Makar Sankranti, the auspicious holiday, is celebrated with tremendous pomp and excitement throughout the country. It is regarded as a day that brings wealth, serenity, and pleasure. The kite-flying celebration is nearly associated with Sankranti. Devotees take baths in sacred rivers including the Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Krishna, and Kaveri. They believe that doing so cleanses them of their sins. Worshippers also make an effort to show their thanks and pay homage to the Sun God via a variety of spiritual deeds. People exchange sesame and jaggery-based sweets such as laddoos and chikkis. This action represents a need for togetherness, peace, and harmony.

In honour of this celebration, here are some good luck greetings, messages, and phrases to give to your family and friends.


Allow Makar Sankranti to wash away your sorrows and welcome you with blessings and the promise of a better tomorrow. Happy Makar Sankranti!


This Sankranti, may your house be filled with the light and blessings of the Sun God.


May you, like the magnificent kites in the sky, achieve new heights of pleasure and brightness. Happy Makar Sankranti!


May this harvest season bring you happiness and prosperity. Have a wonderful and safe Maar Sankranti!


The sky is filled with kites, the cheeks are full of smiles, and the hearts are full of joy – Makar Sankranti has arrived!


May the world become a better place for us to live and enjoy with the first festival of the year. Happy Makar Sankranti.


May you be showered with all the joy the earth has to give. Happy Makar Sankranti 2023!


May the sun’s heavenly beams shower you with pleasure and happiness. Happy Makar Sankranti!


The sun god will be the warm amber glimmer of hope at the end of the deep darkness this Makar Sankranti.


 As the sun rises on Makar Sankranti, I hope it brings with it enough light to dispel all the darkness in your life.


Let us pray this Makar Sankranti to be with one other through thick and thin, connected by love and togetherness.


This Makar Sankranti, may you be connected to the brightest of times. And may you soar to great heights as the kites do on this auspicious occasion, adding to the attractiveness of your festivities. Happy Makar Sankranti!


This Makar Sankranti, the sun rises with hope, kites soar joyfully in the sky, and crops are ready for harvesting, all indicating optimism, joy, and abundance. Happy Sankranti.


 As the sun begins its journey northward, he brings all the joy of the year. Happy Makar Sankranti to you and your family!


 May the Makar Sankranti fire burn away all your sorrows and provide you with the warmth of pleasure, contentment, and love.

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