As indicated by the Hindu logbook Makar Sankranti is celebrated at Magh, the first of Hindu Solar Calendar for the satisfaction of getting new yields for farmers. It additionally images the end of the winter comfort which makes the day last more than night Makar Sankranti is a noteworthy harvest festival celebrated in different parts of India.
Makara Sankranti honors the start of the harvest season and end of the upper east storm in South India. The movement of the Sun from one zodiac sign into another is called Sankranti and as the Sun moves into the Capricorn zodiac known as Makara in Sanskrit; this event is named as Makara Sankranti in the Indian Vedas. Makar Sankranti, aside from a harvest celebration is likewise viewed as the start of a promising stage in Indian society.
It is said as the 'heavenly period of move'. It marks the end of an unpropitious stage which as indicated by the Hindu schedule starts around mid-December. It is accepted that any propitious and consecrated custom can be purified in any Hindu family, this day onwards. This day indicates the start of hotter and longer day's compared with evenings. As such, Sankranti marks the end of winter season and start of another reap or spring season. Makar Sankranti in the year 2015 is on Thursday, January 15.