Makar Sankranti 2023 know the history and importance of Bhogi Vrat Marathi News

Makar Sankranti 2023: The first festival in January is Makar Sankranti (Makar Sankranti 2023), On this day, it is said about giving each other tilgul and talking sweetly throughout the year. Bhogi festival is celebrated a day before Makar Sankranti i.e. today. Bhogi Bhaji is prepared on this day. On its second day, the festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated. Most of us do not know much about the festival of Bhogi. Why is it celebrated? how do you celebrate? Very few people know about this too. Let’s know about Bhogi festival…

The festival celebrated on the eve of Makar Sankranti is called Bhogi. Nutritious foods like sesame bread, bhogi bhaji, butter, papad, brinjal bharat, chutney are made on this day. This festival is celebrated to create affection among the people.

Where did the word Bhogi come from?

The word Bhogi is derived from the root Bhunj. It means to eat or consume. On this day, after worshiping God, there is a law to make roti by applying Bhogi vegetable, millet or sesame seeds. Bhogi is a festival of consumption. On this morning the house and surroundings are cleaned. Rangoli is made in front of the door. All the people of the house take abhyanga bath and wear new clothes. On this day, there is a law to bathe by putting sesame seeds in the bath water. On the day of Bhogi, Maharashtra has a special Bhogi recipe of making mixed vegetable and millet bread.

It is customary to celebrate Bhogi with the prayer that Lord Indra prayed for the earth to grow bountiful crops year after year. On this day in some states small Holi is lit and some things are sacrificed. The bhogi bhaji served on this day is very nutritious. All kinds of vegetables come in winter. A new spring has arrived in the field. That’s why during this time, Bhogi Bhaji and Bajra roti with sesame seeds are enjoyed. These foods provide heat, which prepares the body to work again throughout the year.

…so Bhogi celebrates

Lord Indra is remembered on the day of Bhogi. It is believed that Lord Indra prayed for bountiful crops on his land. Prayers are offered on the day of Bhogi that those crops keep growing year after year. On this day in some states small Holi is lit and some things are sacrificed. Earlier, the owner class used to give some gifts to the employees on this day.

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