Meen Sankranti | Hamro Patro

ब्लग - साहित्य / चाडपर्व तथा दिन विशेष सामग्रीहरू

Meen Sankranti

Meen Sakranti Special Audio

12th Sankranti of the year
With the dryness and light breezes of March, dried leaves and dust particulars frequently appear and reappear in our courtyard and doorsteps. These movements bring a strange inspiration to our hearts, the long winter is now being compensated by the warm waves. Congratulations, we have managed to witness these 11 incredible months of the current year, welcome to this final and 12th month, Chaitra.

Meaning of Sankranti
The pure Sankranti translation defines the word "Sankranti" as a transitional and changing phase of time, Sankranti depicts the changes of months, and the first day of a new month is Sankranti as we all know. Along with these passing months, our dress, seasons, and thinking are also changed, Meen Sankranti now demands to store your winter clothes and take back summer clothes.

Movement of sun in Meen sankranti
Sun enters in Meen Rashi from either Kumva or Mesh Rashi, this day has its religious significance and devotion towards the Sun and its light. Rural Nepal is now all set to organize local fares "Melas", Chaitra is a month of color and brightness. These Melas are organized above the recently cut wheat plants in the fields, Cuckoos are singing the valor of love and rejoice.

Welcome to the spring, king of all seasons. Loads of love, Happy Chaitra.

-Suyog Dhakal

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