Importance of Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti, celebrated in January every year, marks the end of short winter days and the beginning of longer.
summer days. Traditionally, it’s a time for farmers to rejoice the end of harsh winters and look forward to a
bountiful harvest. The festival celebrates new beginnings and positivity. This festival is dedicated to the Hindu
religious sun god Surya. This significance of Surya is traceable to the Vedic texts, particularly the Gayatri
Mantra, a sacred hymn of Hinduism found in its scripture named the Rigveda. This day one should
possibly donate food, Til(sesame), jaggery to poor people. Donating Til, sweet(ladoo) of Til, or other eatables made
of Til is considered as auspicious work.
8 Kg Rice – 3 Kg Dal
For Rs. 1,100
20 Kg Rice – 15 Kg Dal
For Rs. 2,100
25 Kg Cauliflower – 25 Kg Peas
25 Kg Potato – 25 Kg Spinach
For Rs. 5,100
50 Kg Cauliflower – 50 Kg Peas
50 Kg Potato – 50 Kg Spinach
For Rs. 11,100
Some of the Great, Notable and famous personalities also has believed in bhagawad gita
""I finished reading 90% of Bhagavad Gita, My inner Arjuna is being channeled"
""Learning the Gita helped me being sane and did much to infuse my view of the world and my strategies for bringing independence and a better future for the South African People"
"When I read the Bhagavad Gita and reflect about how God created this universe everything else seems so superfluous."
TULADAAN AT GURU MAHARAJ LOKNATH SWAMI