2023 Bhogi Date and Time Telugu Calendar Puja Muhurtham

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Bhogi pallu| Bhogi Pandaga 2023 :

The first day of the four-day Makarsankranthi celebration is known as Bhogi. It is a celebration that is widely observed in Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. On Bhogi, people focus on new things that bring about change or transformation while tossing off outdated and abandoned items. People start a bonfire at daybreak using wood logs, other solid fuels, and outdated wooden furniture from their homes. According to another legend, Buddha passed away in Bhogi Pongal during a time when Buddhism was widely practiced throughout India.

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2023 Bhogi Date and Time Telugu Calendar Puja Muhurtham

  1. On Saturday, January 14, 2023, Bhogi Pandigai
  2. Moment of Bhogi Sankranti at 8:57
  3. On January 15, 2023, Sunday, is Makar Sankranti.

Sankranti is a four-day festival each of the four days has specific rites that are observed, and those days are referred to as :

  • Day 1 is Bhogi, often referred to as Bhogi Pandigai.
  • Day 2 is Makara Sankranti, also referred to as Pedda Panduga in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Pongal in Kerala.
  • Day 3: Mattu Pongal in Tamil Nadu and Kanuma Panduga in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Day 4: In Andhra Pradesh, Mukkanuma, and in Tamil Nadu, Kaanum Pongal.

Bhogi Pallu Ceremony:

Children between the ages of three and six are frequently showered with the Indian jujube fruit known as Regi Pallu in Andhra Telugu homes. For the event, the kids are dressed in vibrant outfits, including traditional Langa-Voni for the girls. They are covered in a potpourri of Regi Pallu, Senagalu (soaked and drained black grams), flower petals, sugarcane pieces, jaggery, and coins. Children are said to be protected from the evil eye and granted monetary abundance and long lives by the Bhogi Pallu ritual.

In addition to the Regi Pallu ceremony, there is also a children’s event called Ariselu Adugulu. Small children are asked to walk on ariselu(s), a sweet treat composed of rice, which is placed on the ground. To commemorate the day when the child learns to take its first step, Ariselu Adugulu is observed.

Numerous rangoli competitions are held to commemorate Bhogi, and large, vibrant rangolis are painted outside of residences and other structures. Many households have multi-tiered Bommala-Koluvu on display. Sweets are cooked in large numbers on Bhogi Day and shared among families and friends.


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