2023 Uttarayanam Puja Procedure Start And End Date Timings

Know the details about the 2023 Uttarayanam Puja Procedure Start And End Date Timings, 2023 Uttarayana date and time, and Uttarayana 2023 start and end date here.

According to the Sanathana Dharma and the Hindu calendar, a year of 12 months will be divided into two Ayanams -Uttarayanam and Dakshinayanam. This depends on the movement of the God Sun in the Solar system. If the Sun moves to the Northern side then it is called Uttarayanam and if the Sun moves to the Southern side then it is called Dakshinayanam. This also happens when the Sun moves to the Makara Rasi in the 12 Zodiac signs. That’s why starting day of the Uttarayanam is celebrated as the Makara Sankranthi festival. Check below for the details about the Uttarayanam starting and ending dates in the year 2023.

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2023 Uttarayanam Puja Procedure Start And End Date Timings

Makara Sankranthi festival is celebrated on the day of the Uttarayana Punya Kalam. In this particular period, God Sun transmits into the zodiac sign of Makara. That whole preceding and following the particular time is considered the holy period and many sacred deeds like special puja, giving alms, and also performing the Tharpanams to the ancestors are considered very powerful.

On the day of January 15, 2023, Makara Sankranthi is observed and the holy period of Uttarayana Punya Kalam begins in the morning from 7.15 AM.

This festival is mainly related to the God Sun and people perform special poojas to the God Sun in the period of Uttarayana Punya Kalam.

Uttarayanam Pooja Procedure:

  1. On the day of the Uttarayana people have to take a holy bath when the time of Uttarayana Punya Kalam begins.
  2. In the year 2023, Uttarayana Punya Kalam begins on January 15, 2023, in the morning at 7.15 AM.
  3. After taking a holy bath, people have to perform special poojas according to their regional traditions and after completion of the pooja, milk should be boiled in the presence of the Sun.
  4. In some places, farmers offer a part of their crops as naivedhyam to God Sun.
  5. After the completion of pooja, in some places, people enjoy the Makara Sankranthi festival/Uttarayanam by flying kites in the evening.


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