Makar Sankranti Rangoli Designs That You Can Take Inspiration From

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Here are a few Makar Sankranti rangoli designs that you can take inspiration from. These Makar Sankranti special rangoli photos will help you make your own.

Written By Kaushal Ladhad | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Makar Sankranti is celebrated as a sign of change from shorter days to longer days. According to the Hindu calendar, the sun goes into the Makar or Capricorn period. During this day usually, around January 14, the winter period ends and Summer periods stars, which mark the time for harvesting. The festival is celebrated in many different ways in India and it is not uncommon to see many unique Makar Sankranti rangoli designs around the country. In India, Hindus and Sikhs call it Makara Sankranti. During this time, all people come around and celebrate in many different ways. They decorate their houses with festoons and Makar Sankranti special rangoli patterns. Many people make sweets and share them with their family and friends too. Here are a few Makar Sankranti rangoli designs.

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Here are a few Makar Sankranti special rangoli photos:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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These Makar Sankranti rangoli designs will help you make your Makar Sankranti special rangoli. You can use this design and create your own Makar Sankranti special rangoli which will showcase how you celebrate the festival. Happy Makar Sankranti!

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