Happy makar sankranti 2022, when is Makar Sankranti celebrated

Makar Sankranti 2022 Date: Makar Sankranti is a major festival in Hinduism. In different parts of India, this festival is celebrated according to local beliefs. Makar Sankranti is usually celebrated on 14 January every year. On this day the Sun turns Uttarayan, while the Northern Hemisphere turns towards the Sun. According to astrological beliefs, the Sun enters Capricorn on this day.

Makar Sankranti 2022 Date: Significance of Makar Sankranti

According to astrology, there are 12 Sankranti in a year, but out of these, Makar Sankranti has special significance. On this day Uttarayan begins with the Sun entering Capricorn. That is why this day is also called Uttarayan. From this day the days get longer and the nights start getting shorter in the country.

Makar Sankranti 2022 Date: Makar Sankranti - Shubh Muhurta

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Duration - 01 hours 45 minutes

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Makar Sankranti 2022 Date: Importance of bath and charity

The special importance of bathing and charity has been told on Makar Sankranti. Taking a bath in the holy river on Makar Sankranti is considered very auspicious. Along with this, all kinds of wishes are fulfilled by donating on the day. The donation of khichdi on this day is considered to be very rewarding.

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Makar Sankranti 2022 Date: Sun Transit in Capricorn

Sun is considered a symbol of power and fame. Along with this, the Sun is also called the king of planets. It is said that in whose horoscope the position of Sun is strong, then that person's leadership ability, honour, prestige and prosperity increase. Therefore, people of this zodiac will get the maximum benefit from the transit of the Sun in Capricorn. Along with this, some other zodiac signs will also get happiness, prosperity and wealth.

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