Sankranti Sambaralu

Madnoor and Jukkal mandals of Kamareddy region are in the middle of three State fringes — Telangana, Maharashtra and Karnataka. Individuals here take after the way of life of these three States furthermore communicate in Telugu, Marathi and Kannada dialects. They observe Sankranti celebration in an alternate way from whatever remains of the State. 


In the early hours of the Sankranti day, ranchers go to their fields alongside their relatives, construct a sanctuary (cottage) with jowar plants and new fabrics, called the pandavula gudi and put a deepam (light) called Lakshmi deepam amidst the sanctuary. They perform pujas to Goddess Lakshmi and the Pancha Pandavas. From that point onward, they take rice and drain in a pot and bubble it — giving it a chance to flood towards the north. It is trusted that when the drain floods towards the north, it is a decent sign – great downpours, prosperous harvests and great yields. 


Later, ranchers and their family do five pradakshinas around the Pandavula gudi and Lakshmi deepam, sprinkle the rice and drain fluid around the sanctuary going to Goddess Lakshmi and the Pandavas. After the puja, they set up a vegetable dish with brinjal, beans, bengal gram, cucumber and fenugreek leaves, called bajji curry. The dish is arranged just on Sankranti day. 


Subsequent to finishing the ceremonies in the fields, ranchers and their family come back to their homes alongside the Lakshmi deepam. Ladies put this deepam in a wicker bin and improve it with another sari and convey it to their home securely. Mid-way, they perform pujas at the Hanuman sanctuary and different sanctuaries too. They trust that conveying Lakshmi deepam to their home is an indication of flourishing. 


At night, youngsters and seniors circulate desserts made of sugar and sesame seeds. The following day, on the event of Kanuma, individuals get ready non-vegan dishes. Kids and older folks fly kites and ladies beautify their homes with brilliant rangolis. 


Telangana strength (Adilabad) 


Each locale has its own customs with regards to Makar Sankranti, a noteworthy celebration of the agrarian group having a place with Telugu States. Individuals venerate dairy animals on Kanuma, which is commended a day prior Sankranti in a few sections of the recent Adilabad locale. 


Particularly, Nuvvula boorelu is arranged separated from normal dishes in specific spots of the area, as indicated by artistic identities. Nuvvula (sesame seeds) boorelu can be cooked utilizing sesame seeds, jaggery and oil. Grains of sesame are full in a chapati made of wheat flour. At that point, they are seared in oil. "Expending dishes arranged with sesame seeds is logically useful for soundness of people, particularly for kids. This is the reason one can discover a few formulas of these seeds in perspective of Sankranti," says Bori Muralidhar, a prominent author from Adilabad. 


"This present locale's agriculturists and individuals venerate residential creatures with much pageantry and joy on Kanuma as a component of festivities of Sankranti," he includes. For the most part, the agrarian group love bulls amid this celebration. "Most likely, this custom can be seen just in this locale," he commented. "This custom of loving cows means the agriculturists' token of appreciation towards the creature. "Ranchers depend on dairy animals and bulls for an assortment of requirements. They raise it for working the land for development and as a wellspring of salary by offering milk. It's a vital piece of their way of life," includes Muralidhar. 


Ladies enliven edges by attracting brilliant rangolis which nava dhaanyaalu (different sorts of grains delivered by agriculturists) and gobbemmalu are put in the center. Gobbemmalu are balls made of dairy animals compost which are embellished with turmeric powder (pasupu), vermillion powder (kumkuma), blossoms and diverse sorts of grains. 


Celebrations of a kind (Nalgonda) 


The tribal thandas in the region observe Sankranti sans rangolis, gobbemma (hand-squeezed heaps of dairy animals excrement) and bhogi mantalu (campfire). 


The tribals offer exceptional petitions to Lakshmi Devi and give up a goat at the sanctuary on the day. Sankranti is a one-day celebration for them as they don't observe Bhogi and Kanumu. 


N Khandriya, an occupant of the Devarapalli town of Chandampet mandal in Nalgonda area, said that they give up a goat at the Lakshmi Devi sanctuary and share the meat similarly among all families on the Sankranti celebration day. "There won't be any rangoli outlines, blaze or gobbemma," he included. 


Balu Naik, an inhabitant of Rakanaik Thanda of Jalalpur gram panchayat in Suryapet locale, educated us that one day before Sankranti, little branches of Indian Jujube trees, gigantia swallowwort and a little part of the bone of creatures would be set on top of the houses and showered in the agrarian fields, with a conviction that it would shield them from negative powers. "We trust that the practice would likewise give us a decent gather," he kept up.

Of parades and vrathams… (Karimnagar) 


Kothakonda Veerabhadra Swamy jatara is a well known custom in this locale. Brahmostavalu of Veerabhadra Swamy are held at the season of Sankranti consistently. In spite of the fact that it is a 15-day program, the fundamental jatara is held for five days from January 13 to 17. Around then, an enormous number of aficionados will have a darshan of the managing divinity who is thought to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. 


The significant fascination in the whole jatara is the bullock trucks parade which begins on January 13 night, with goat trucks' parade. Agriculturists and other individuals plan cultivate trucks as chariots and parade them around the sanctuary to satisfy their guarantees made to the God. 


Around 78 bullock trucks from Kothapalli town alone will take an interest in jatara. It is a convention that 


individuals of the town parade trucks in jatara consistently. 


Other than bhogipandlu, gobbemmalu, and different ceremonies, individuals perform unique vrathams on the event of Sankranti. Individuals, particularly recently married couples, perform vrathams by setting 13 distinct things before the ruler. 


Heavenly issue at Veerabhadra Swamy temple(Warangal Urban) 


Sankranti is commended in towns and towns in the area customarily simply like in whatever other parts of Telangana. 


While ladies are occupied with get ready Sakinalu, a Sankranti exceptional nibble, the men direct bullock truck races at a few towns to stamp the celebration. Designing the front yard of the house with Gobbemmalu (bovine compost cakes) with jujube and nine assortments of the grains is a typical sight, other than the manadatory visit by the Jangam devara. Yet, what makes it extraordinary is the Jatara at Veerabhadra Swamy sanctuary in Kothakonda of Bheemadevarapally mandal in Warangal Urban region. 


The Jatara is commended each year in a marvelous way. Lakhs of enthusiasts go to the Makara Sankranti Jatara in the sanctuary. Amid the Brahmotsavam Bhadrakalyanam Bhogi, individuals request that the God satisfy their desires. On the morning of Makara Sankranti, fans go for a darshan of Swamyvaru. Many bullock trucks (prabhalu) meander around the sanctuary amid Makara Sankranti. To start with, the bullock truck of the "Kummari" people group is permitted to spin around the sanctuary and after that the other bullock trucks are permitted. 


Brahmostavams at Mallikarjuna Swamy sanctuary at Inavolu town in Warangal Urban locale additionally start on Bhogi. Lakhs of lovers visit the sanctuary amid these Brahmostavams.

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