Delhi flies kites on I-day; know when these states fly them

By Editorji News Desk
Published on | Aug 15, 2023

Vishwakarma puja - West Bengal

Viswakarma Puja is a revered occasion where artisans and creators pay homage to Lord Viswakarma, the divine architect and fly kites to celebrate.

Lohri - Punjab

Lohri signifies the onset of harvest season in Punjab. A bonfire is kindled to invoke blessings and success and kites are flown for prosperity.

Pongal - Tamil Nadu

Pongal is a harvest festival of the Tamil community. It is a celebration to thank the sun and mother nature. People fly kites to celebrate this day.

Uttarayan - Gujarat

Makar Sankranti is celebrated as Uttarayan in Gujarat where people gather on the terrace and fly kites with their friends and family.

Magh Bihu - Assam

Marking the end of the harvest season in Assam, Magh Bihu is celebrated for 2 days. In this festival people pray to the holy fire and fly kites.

Makar Sankranti - Uttar Pradesh

Mostly kites are flown in all parts of Uttar Pradesh during Makar Sankranti also popularly known as Khichdi

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