2023 Kanuma Panduga Telugu Calendar Date Timings Festival

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A significant day in the Sankranti festival is called Kanuma Festival. This Festival is grandly Celebrated in South India. Especially in Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh, The farmers honor the cattle and other animals that are essential to their wealth on this day. On this Day Jallikattu is the most significant event. Farmers decorate and worship them as a sign of gratitude, while also providing sweets and savory foods in addition to the usual menu.

Sankranti is a four-day festival observed in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Kanuma, the day following Makara Sankranti, is a holiday. Similar to Govardhan Puja in other states, Kanuma originated in Andhra Pradesh. On the auspicious day of Kanuma, it is said that Lord Krishna raised the Govardhan Hills to guard the inhabitants of Gokulam.

Story Behind the Kanuma Festival:

The day also commemorates Lord Krishna raising the Govardhan hill to defend the inhabitants of Gokulam/Gokul. As per Sanathana Dharma, Lord Krishna raised the Govardhana Hill to save the Gokul People. Lord Krishna commanded the inhabitants of Gokul to pray to the hill on behalf of Lord Indra. For this reason, The Meghadhipathi, Swargadipathi Lord Indra was blocking the clouds that would have brought rain. Lord Krishna lifted the hill with his little finger and provided shelter to everyone in order to safeguard the humans and the animals. On this day, Kanuma is observed.

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2023 Kanuma Panduga Telugu Calendar Date Timings Festival

  • On Monday, January 16, 2023, Kanuma Panduga
  • Moment of Kanuma Panduga Sankranti on January 14 at 8:57
  • On January 15, 2023, Sunday, is Makar Sankranti.

Celebration Procedure of Kanuma Festival

  • Kanuma is very similar to Tamil Nadu’s Mattu Pongal Festival. On Kanuma, which is a day set aside for honoring livestock, bulls and cows are decorated and worshipped.
  • On this day, the cattle will be worked since they are more significant in communities that depend on agriculture. For this reason, the majority of people will decorate their cattle on this day and do pooja for them.
  • The owners of the cattle will be washing and decorating them on this day. After the livestock have been decorated, the pooja is performed for the cattle in the evening.
  • Doing Go Pooja and Vrushabha Pooja (Ox and Cow Puja) are the major part of this Festival
  • Also, In some areas of Karnataka, This Kanuma day is celebrated in a different thing. Cattle Owners do Agni pooja, named as “Kitchu harisuvudu” for Cows and Oxs
  • This day is completely dedicated to people who love Agriculture and all.


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