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Published Date : 2018-01-04T15:12:36.000Z

Bhogi is the first day of the four-day Pongal (Sankranthi) festival which is celebrated widely in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. Watch this video to know why and how to celebrate Bhogi Pallu function Importance Of Bhogi Mantalu 2018 - Bhogi Pallu Function Mangala Harathi Song - Bhogi Pallu Function Mangala Harathi Song - The Problem With Rich Kids | Puranakathalu -

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Published Date : 2017-01-13T03:09:47.000Z

Importance of Bhogi Festival First Day of Makar Sankranti | Dhanurmasam Significance | Bhogi Vaibhavam | HMTV SUBSCRIBE Us : Like us on FB : Follow us on Twitter : Follow us on Google+ : Visit Us : Visit : HMTV, a leading Telugu News Channel, brings to you all the latest news from around the world through breaking news, regional news, national news, international news, sports updates, entertainment gossips, business trends, political satires, crime reports, exclusive interview programs such as Coffees and Movies.

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Published Date : 2017-01-10T06:31:41.000Z

The First Day of Festival is Bhogi 2018. In many families they celebrate Bhogi pallu, in the evening. These are the regi pallu with petals of flower and coins of money, will be put on the heads of kids generally younger than 3 years to get rid of Drishti. SUBSCRIBE for Updates - SHORT FILMS - FULL LENGTH MOVIES - DAILY SCHEDULE - SPOOF VIDEOS - COMEDY VIDEOS - and VIDEO JUKE BOX - KIDS VIDEOS - RADIO - DEVOTIONAL -

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Published Date : 2015-01-14T05:04:55.000Z

Meaning & Significance of Bhogi Festival, Makar Sankranthi Special by Mylavarapu Srinivasa Rao Garu More Spiritual Videos -

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Published Date : 2014-01-11T10:22:46.000Z

History of Pongal - Significance of Kanuma and Mukkanuma Festival By Dr. Anantha Lakshmi Happy Kanuma 2018 Kanuma is observed on the third day of the Sankranthi festival in Andhra Pradesh. It is believed that Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan hill to protect the people of Gokulam on this day. In 2014 Kanuma is on January 16. Mukkanuma is observed the day after Kanuma and is primarily a day of feasting and merry making.

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Published Date : 2014-01-11T09:32:38.000Z

History of Pongal - Importance of Sankranti Festival (Pedda Panduga) By Dr. Anantha Lakshmi - Happy Pongal 2014 Makara Sankranti is the day when the Sun begins its movement away from the Tropic of Capricorn and towards the northern hemisphere and thus it signifies an event wherein the Sun-God seems to remind their children that 'Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya'—may you go higher and higher, to more and more Light and never to Darkness. To Hindus, the Sun stands for knowledge, spiritual light and wisdom. Makara Sankranti signifies that we should turn away from the darkness of delusion in which we live, and begin to enjoy a new life with bright light within us to shine brighter and brighter. We should gradually begin to grow in purity, wisdom and knowledge even as the Sun does from the Day of Makara Sankranti.

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Published Date : 2014-01-11T08:04:22.000Z

History of Pongal - Significance of Bhogi Festival By Dr. Anantha Lakshmi - Happy Pongal 2017 The day preceding Pongal is called Bhogi when people discard old things and focus on new belongings. The disposal of derelict things is similar to Holika in North India. The people assemble at dawn in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh to light a bonfire to discard old used possessions. The house is cleaned, painted and decorated to give a festive look. In villages, the horns of oxen and buffaloes are painted in colors and in most rural parts of Andhra Pradesh people celebrate it in a grand way as most of them would have their harvest ready or even would have made money out of the harvests.


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