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Makar Sankranti is a major harvest festival in Hindu Calendar celebrated across India.Makar Sankranti marks the end of winter as well as the beginning of longer days on account of the sun's northward journey, this period is also known as Uttarayan on this account and is considered to be very auspicious. The harvest festival is both a religious as well as seasonal observance, and is dedicated to Lord Surya, the Sun God and marks the sun's transit into Makara (Capricorn) raashi (zodiac sign).
On this day devotees take a dip in holy rivers as it is said that taking a dip washes away their sins, it is also considered a time of peace and prosperity and many spiritual practices are conducted on this day. In many places, kite flying is organised as part of Makar Sankranti festivities.
Narayan Seva Sansthan is Distributing Free food for poor families during makar sankranti. Get blessings from these people on this auspicious day of the year.Donate
Narayan Seva Sansthan is doing free-of-cost corrective surgeries for afflicted specially-abled people who are unable to afford the treatment. Seek the blessings of these people on this pious day of the year with your valuable contribution.Donate
Narayan Seva Sansthan is providing free artificial limbs to needy Divyangs who can't afford them. By donating on this joyous day, you can receive the love of those in need.Donate
Narayan Seva Sansthan, has started an initiative “Sukoon Bhari Sardi” for the deprived. Under this initiative we will distribute blankets, sweaters and winter kits for children. The winter kits will include sweater, wool cap, socks and shoes so that the children do not skip school because they do not have appropriate clothes for the bitter cold.
Every year Narayan Seva Sansthan starts a campaign to help the needy during this harsh weather and we have helped thousands of underprivileged people in staying warm and safe during winters. With your kind contribution, we will be able to keep the tradition alive this year as well for helping the needy.