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  • Brainly User
2015-01-28T15:55:19+05:30

Uttarayan (known as Makar Sakranti in other parts of India) is the day when the sun starts to travel northwards marking the decline of winter. The days become longer, the skies clearer and the breeze cooler. A feeling of anticipation, joy and jubilation grips all who celebrate the occasion of thanksgiving and merry-making.


Gujarat celebrates 2,000 festivals every year! Among these, the festival of Uttarayan is one of the grandest and stands tall. In Gujarat, Uttarayan is a holiday when every family can be met outdoors. People of all ages fly kites from dawn to dusk. Crowded rooftops, fun-loving rivalry to outdo each other in kite flying skills and delicious traditional Gujarati feast are the hallmarks of the day.

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  • Brainly User
2015-01-28T18:12:50+05:30
Uttarayan falls on 14th January every year.It also known as makarsankranti.Rich people give alms to Brahmin.Some people fed the holy cows.It is religious festival of Indus.The old and young are interested in kite fliers.The sky is full of colorful kite.There is a competition between kite fliers.They try to cut one another kite.It is a day of joy for everyone.I like uttarayan very much.
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