Makar Sankranti 2022: &TELEVISION stars on exactly how they commemorate event in their home towns


New Delhi: The event of Makar Sankranti is commemorated throughout India, though various states have various names as well as unique routines as well as celebrations.

&television musicians that come from various components of the nation, consisting of Mouli Ganguly (Mahasati Anusuya, Baal Shiv), Tej Sapru (Prajapati Daksh, Baal Shiv), Akshay Mhatre (Varun Agarwal, Ghar Ek Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki), as well as Soma Rathod (Amma ji, Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai) speak about the different methods as well as routines of commemorating Makar Sankranti in their particular home towns.

Mouli Ganguly, that plays the duty of Mahasati Anusuya in &television’s Baal Shiv, shares, “Back in my home town Kolkata, Makar Sankranti is referred to as Poush Sankranti, called after the Bengali month in which it drops. This event is extended to 3 days, from the day prior to Sankranti to the day after Sankranti. All the areas of the culture take part in the exact same worshipping Goddess Lakshmi. My much-loved component of the event is the selection of Bengali desserts made with rice flour, coconut, milk as well as khejur gur. The khejur gur utilized to prepare wonderful is made from newly collected paddy as well as day hand syrup. Just discussing it makes me salivate. I will certainly miss out on the Sankranti event this year however attempt to prepare some specials as well as bring Kolkata residence.“


Tej Sapru that has actually just recently gotten in &television’s Baal Shiv as Prajapati Daksh, shares, “Having a strong connection to my Punjabi roots, I vividly remember Makar Sankranti being celebrated as Maghi which holds a lot of religious and cultural values. The day starts with taking a bath in the river during the early hours and then lighting up lamps with sesame oil as it is believed to give prosperity and drive away all the sins. My most favorite part of the festival is getting to do bhangra! Everyone would sit down and eat some delicious delicacies specially prepared for the occasion which includes Kheer made of rice cooked in milk and sugarcane juice, khichdi and also jaggery.” 


Akshay Mhatre as Varun Agarwal in &television’s Ghar EK Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki shares, “Makar Sankranti is celebrated with a lot of joy in Maharashtra. My most favourite part of the festival is savoring the multicoloured halwa made of sugar granules coated with sugar syrup and til-gul laddoo made of sesame seeds and jaggery. The mouthwatering puran poli toasted in pure ghee is also a must have on this special occasion! I literally wait for this festival every year to dig into these authentic Maharashtrian delicacies. Til-gul is exchanged as a token of goodwill by saying ‘til gul ghya aani god god bola’. I am definitely going to miss Makar Sankranti this year in Mumbai but at the same time will celebrate it with my Ghar EK Mandir-Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki family in a new way in Jaipur.”


Soma Rathod as Amma ji from &television’s Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai shares, “We call it Makar Sankrant Uttarayan in Gujarati, as well as it is just one of one of the most waited for events in Gujarat which is gone for 2 days! In order to reduce their rivals kite down, individuals place abrasives on the string as well as scream ‘kai po che’ with delight. The ambiance is really various, as well as you can really feel favorable power all round. A selection of specials such as Undhiyu made by cooking a mix of wintertime veggies, chikkis made from til, peanuts as well as jaggery, as well as various other unique dishes are prepared to commemorate this wedding. “

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