Bhogi Pongal 2023: Rituals, Timings, And Significance

Pongal 2023 is a four-day harvest celebration that will start on January 14 and ends on January 18. The Bhogi Festival, Thai Pongal, Mattu Pongal and Kaanum Pongal are among the four-day festivities.

Pongal 2023 is a four-day harvest celebration that will start on January 14 and ends on January 18. The Bhogi Festival, Thai Pongal, Mattu Pongal and Kaanum Pongal are among the four-day festivities.

According to the Tamil calendar, Bhogi takes place on January 14. This harvest festival, which is also known as Pedda Panduga in a few states, is mainly observed in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana.

According to the Tamil calendar, Bhogi takes place on January 14. This harvest festival, which is also known as Pedda Panduga in a few states, is mainly observed in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana.

Timings of Bhogi Pongal 2023

As mentioned in Drik Panchang, Bhogi Pongal will be celebrated on January 14, 2023, Saturday at 8:57 PM.

Tomatoes
Veggies
Onion
Chili
Cheese

Rituals

Rituals

People take an early bath and put on new traditional clothing as part of the Bhogi ritual. Bhogi Mantalu is another important custom that is practiced on the first day of Pongal.

People take an early bath and put on new traditional clothing as part of the Bhogi ritual. Bhogi Mantalu is another important custom that is practiced on the first day of Pongal.

Significance

Significance

On the eve before Pongal, participants gather to create a fire out of wood. Women dressed in new attire perform songs and give sacrifices to the Sun God and Mother Earth with sandalwood paste and kumkum at the bonfires.

On the eve before Pongal, participants gather to create a fire out of wood. Women dressed in new attire perform songs and give sacrifices to the Sun God and Mother Earth with sandalwood paste and kumkum at the bonfires.

Burning trash is a symbolic way of saying goodbye to the old and welcoming the new.

Burning trash is a symbolic way of saying goodbye to the old and welcoming the new.

Tomatoes
Veggies
Chili
Cheese

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