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This time Panch Grahi Yoga will be made on Makar Sankranti, know Muhurta and worship method

This time the festival of Makar Sankranti will be celebrated on 14 January. 
On this day, the Sun enters Capricorn from the north. On this day, there is a tradition of bathing in a holy river and donating lentils and rice.

Not only this, a new season comes from this day and a new crop is also harvested. This festival is called Khichdi in Bihar and Lohri in Punjab. Kites are flown on this day in Gujarat and Rajasthan. This time the rare yoga of Guru Brihaspati is being made on the bathing festivals of Magh Mela.

Four bathing festivals are falling on Thursday in the six bathing festival of Magh Mela starting from Makar Sankranti on 14 January. According to planetary transits, Guru Brihaspati is capable of destroying epidemics and evil forces.

Auspicious time - This year, on Makar Sankranti, there will be auspicious time from 8.30 am to 5.46 pm for worship, bath and donation.

Worship method- All the members of the house should take a bath in the morning on the day of Makar Sankranti, if it is not possible to bathe in the holy river, then add a few drops of Ganga water to the water with which you bathe in the house. Start the pooja after bathing.

Worship all the nine planets including Sun God. After this, give some donations to the needy (poor). Eating khichdi on the occasion of this festival is also considered good. Therefore, this festival is also known as Khichdi. Khichdi is also donated.

History- Hindu religious belief that on the day of Makar Sankranti, influenced by Bhagiratha's insistence and austerity, Ganga followed him to the ashram of Kapil Muni and from there she joined the sea. This is the reason that the Ganga bath has special significance on this day. Kumbh begins at Prayagraj from the day of Makar Sankranti, where millions of people take a dip in the Ganges.

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