Sankranti is here!!!
The first festival of the year is around the corner and we are here to shed some light on the most enthusiastically celebrated festival, Sankranti! :)
Makar Sankranti, also known as the harvest festival is dedicated to the Sun God, Surya and marks the end of the winter solstice.
This festival is celebrated with great exuberance all over India with different nomenclature like such as Maghi (preceded by Lohri) by north Indian Hindus and Sikhs, Makara Sankranti (Pedda Pandaga) in Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal (also called Poush sôngkrānti), Karnataka and Telangana, Sukarat in central India, Magh Bihu by Assamese, and Thai Pongal by Tamils. It is called Sankranti in the southern parts of India like Karnataka, Andra Pradesh, and Telangana. On this day children wear new clothes and visit the near and dear ones distributing sweets and sharing joy and love.
In Karnataka, the main ritual of the festival is about exchanging ‘Ellu-Bella’, a mixture of sesame seeds and jaggery with the famous saying "ellu bella thindu olle maathadi" that translates to 'eat the mixture of sesame seeds and jaggery and speak only good.'
As sugarcane is predominant in this region, people also exchange sugarcane, bananas, kumkum, and flowers.
So this Sankranti, look no further as we have an entire range of flowers at the rose bazaar for all your needs.
Be it for puja.
Or the beautiful Rangolis that brighten up the streets!
The beautiful and perfect gifts for the visits.
Also, not to forget, for Decking up self and surroundings :D
At Rose Bazaar, we have thoughtfully put together flowers that will suit the personality and individual taste of you and your loved ones!