Dhanu Sankranti 2022: Messages, HD Images, Shayari, Greetings, Wishes, and Quotes: Dhanu Sankranti marks the beginning of the 9th month in a traditional Hindu year. The arrival of Sun God in Sagittarius is called Dhanu Sankranti. This day is considered very holy. The Divakar form of the Sun God is worshiped on Dhanu Sankranti. Dhanu Sankranti festival starts every year on 16th December for about 15 days. The city of Bargarh becomes Mathura, the river Jura becomes Yamuna, and Ambappalli is depicted as Gokul. Worshiping Lord Krishna along with the Sun God on this day brings virtuous results. There is such a belief about this day that this day is very sacred, in such a situation, the person who worships on this day, all the defects of his life will surely go away and all his wishes will be fulfilled. Recite the story of Lord Satyanarayan on the day of Dhanu Sankranti. On the day of Sankranti, Pitru Tarpan, charity, religion and bath etc. have special importance.
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Dhanu Sankranti 2022: Messages, HD Images, Shayari, Greetings, Wishes, and Quotes
The Sun God is offered flowers and water early in the morning to receive the blessings
Special prasad is prepared on this day, which includes sweetened rice flakes in a conical shape to offer the God during the puja ceremony
Apart from daan activities, one should involve himself in sankraman japa, holy water bath and pitru tarpan
This day is considered auspicious to offer a donation (daanya punnya) and perform ancestral pujas
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The Bow Ceremony is depicted in a street play and held as mentioned in the Bhagwad Purana. Devotees from all places come to watch and pray to God