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Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
Celebrations Of Bhogi And Makar Sankranti
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Makar Sankranti Marks The Transition Of The Sun Into The Zodiac Sign Of Makara (Capricorn) On Its Celestial Path. The Day Is Also Believed To Mark The Arrival Of Spring In India And Is A Traditional Event. Bhogi Is The First Day Of The Four Day Pongal Festival. According To The Gregorian Calendar It Is Normally Celebrated On January 13 But Sometimes It Is Celebrated On January 14. 
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