President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday greeted individuals on the event of harvest festivals, that are celebrated in varied elements of the nation beneath completely different names (Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Bihu, Uttarayan and Paush Parva), and prolonged to them his greatest needs.
In a tweet message, President Kovind wished that these festivals might strengthen the bond of affection, affection and concord in our society and enhance prosperity and happiness within the nation.
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu mentioned that these festivals are identified for his or her colourfulness and symbolise good harvest and bountifulness of nature.
PM Modi wished that the Uttarayan surya might infuse new vitality and enthusiasm in everybody’s life. He wished that these festivals might encourage us to reside in concord with nature and additional the spirit of compassion.
“Pongal greetings to all, particularly my Tamil sisters and brothers. This particular pageant showcases one of the best of Tamil tradition. Could we be blessed with good well being and success. Could this pageant additionally encourage us to reside in concord with nature and additional the spirit of compassion,” he tweeted.
“Magh Bihu needs to everybody. Could the approaching instances be stuffed with happiness. With the blessings of Almighty might there be brotherhood and wellness throughout,” the prime minister mentioned. Magh Bihu is widely known in a giant method in Assam.
Makar Sankranti is marked with enthusiasm in a number of elements of India. This auspicious pageant illustrates India’s range and the vibrancy of our traditions. It additionally reaffirms the significance of respecting Mom Nature.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 14, 2021
He additionally greeted individuals on ‘Makar Sankranti’. The day additionally marks the beginning of the solar’s northward journey, ushering in longer days.
Makar Sankranti is seen as a celebration of the top of the winter solstice month and likewise marks the top of the winter harvest. The pageant is understood with completely different names in several elements of the nation. It’s celebrated as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Bihu in Assam and Poush Sangkranti in West Bengal.