Sign In

Blog

Latest News

80+ Best Makar Sankranti Wishes Quotes and poems

Rate this post

Happy Makar Sankranti 2024: Poems

Makar Sankranti is an annual Hindu festival which is observed as per the solar cycle. The festival has its origins in Gujarat and it is celebrated with great enthusiasm by people. On these day people get together on the rooftops with their family and friends and engage in friendly kite flying competitions, dances and bonfires. They also relish on sweets made of gud and till apart from other traditional delicacies like jalebi ,fafda and undhiyu among others.

To help you send warm wishes to your love once on this festival we have compiled a list of some beautiful quotes messages and poem here for you.

__________________

As winter days come to a close
It’s here, it’s here, everyone knows
All step into the great outdoors
The West wind blows! The West wind blows!
A festive mood fills up the air
Paper crafted with so much care
Of string with powdered glass beware kites everywhere!
Kites everywhere!
These paper kites bring so much joy
To scale the blue the only toy
They mesmerize both girl and boy
We all enjoy! We all enjoy!
A hundred hues fill up the skies
Precious diamonds many a size
All heads upturned, skywards all eyes
Excited cries! Excited cries!
The rooftops become party zones
No gadgets, gizmos, no cellphones
Just sun and sky and mirth filled tones
And paper drones! And paper drones!
The war begins as kites collide
To cut a kite a source of pride
By friendly rules we all abide
Skies don’t divide! Skies don’t divide!
By Sadaf Jamal

 

In mid-January comes Makar Sankranti
On the northern roads, Sun makes an entry
And the days start becoming lengthy.

A time when harvests abound in plenty
Culinary expeditions make delicacies dainty
Old and shabby replaced by new and jaunty.

In Tamil Nadu, Pongal predicts prosperity
Gujarat flies Uttarayan kites with dexterity
Bihu revels of Assam ushers Earth’s fecundity.

Sabarimala in Kerala shows one light of Makar Jyothi
Lohri bonfires in Punjab and Himachal burn negativity
Rest of India celebrates Sankranti with great generosity.

To rituals, legends and traditions provide clarity
Pilgrimage and holy dip in sacred rivers, a reality
Amidst gaiety, may the joy of rejoicing last an eternity!
By Sreechandra Banerjee

 

Makar Sankranti 2024: Wishes, Messages and Quotes for Your Family and Friends

A beautiful, bright, and delighted day, sun entered makar to intense the ray. crop harvested to cheer the smiles, come together and enjoy the life. Wishing You A Very Happy Makar Sankranti
“Warm wishes on Makar Sankranti to everyone. May we celebrate this occasion by flying kites and enjoying the bright sunrays.”
“May Surya Dev help you move fearlessly, achieving all your goals in life. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Makar Sankranti!

It’s time to enjoy the first festival of the year with full intensity and love. Wishing you a prosperous, delightful and auspicious Makar Sankranti!

I may be far away, but the warmth of my message and love will surely reach you. Happy Makar Sankranti!

“On this pure day devoted to the Sun, I hope the universe grants all your wishes. Warm wishes of Makar Sankranti!“

May this festival bring you and your family a lot of sweet surprises. Happy Makar Sankranti!

Let us celebrate the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti by thanking Sun God for the blessings he showers us in form of sunlight. Happy Makar Sankranti.

“May Surya dev give you strength and patience,Lord Ganesha grant you a long life And Goddess Lakshmi give you a lot of wealth and wisdom. Happy Makar Sankranti to you and your family!“

“Wishing you a very happy and cheerful Makar Sankranti. I hope you spend your day with people close to your heart, flying and clearing the sky with your kite and dancing and eating with all your heart.“

On this auspicious day, may your harvests be bountiful and your life be filled with abundance. Happy Makar Sankranti 2024!

Here are some Makar Sankranti quotes in English to get you and your loved ones into the spirit of this festival.

  1. “Honor the hands that harvest your crops.” – Dolores Huerta
  2. “Starting over can be challenging, but also it can be a great opportunity to do things differently.” – Catherine Pulsifer
  3. “Let the sweetness of til and jaggery fill your life with happiness and success. Happy Makar Sankranti!” – Unknown
  4. Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
  5. “Let go of yesterday. Let today be a new beginning and be the best that you can, and you’ll get to where God wants you to be.” – Joel Osteen

 

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *