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LOVE IN LIFE… (Epi 3)

hey guys this is nithu…im back with my another epi…guys do tell me if im out of track…cuz i can understand no one is intrested in my ff…
MAKARA SANKRANTHI SUBHAKANKSHALU…
i mean to say
HAPPY MAKARA SANKRANTHI…
ill tell you the importance of sankranthi..in my ff…

IN RANA MANSION
every one are busy running here and there decorating the house…
ani: ramu kaka…see the flowers there…chandu mama aap lights ko dekho…
just then somu and ishu enters..
ishya: di…what about rangoli..

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ani: how can that go out my mind…u guys carry on ill join you..
somu: di..this time..evry one will make seperate rangoli…
anish:why..evry year…we will do it together right
somu: but di..this time..we will do seperate…and who does the best rangoli..will get a prize..from our …
anish: frm..our..
somu: let me think na di..
sid enters..

sid: frm your bhayya…
anishya: okayyyyy…bhayyuuu…love you and hugs him..
vikram coms there and smiles..seeing them
vi: but who willl judge..definetly not ur bhayyu and me..
dadi comes there…
da:oh..then..your respective partner in crime will judge you..
anishya gets confused..
visida:arey yaa…shivomru..will judge..
anishya: nahi…vo log..hamere taarif ke jageh burayi karte hein..
da: udges are final…no more buts…and anishya..come fast to OM as fast as possible..cuz you no..
visid:shivomru cant decide what to wear if you dont select their dresses..
anishya..okay dadi..we will come…afterwards we will do our rangoli…

IN OM..
anika goes the shivaye room
ishu goes to om room
somu goes to rudy room
in hivaay room
shivaye wears his overcoat…then anika stands infront of angrily..
shi: ik..ki im handsime..dont stare at me…
ani: ur not…SRK…okayy…btw what dress you wore..is it the dress you wear fr sankranthi..
shi:its your mistake ani..y did you come late…
ani:do you think there is only one work me..but no..FYI…ishd look at our business the for festival i need to look ater decorations…then i shd make list of food items..and give it to you cuz you will prepare them..then call pandit for puja…and seelect dress for you…shd call designer for rana and oberoi..dresses…and you say im late..uk..i shd wake early in the morning …do head bath…wait a sec…did you do oil bath…
shivaay nods..his head..in negative way
ani: see this also i shd rem…now go and do oil bath…go…
shi:ani..pls not this time..pls..i beg you…
ani:no..means..no…
shi makes puupy face…
ani : okay for this time..but rem..ill make you do oil bath today in the evng..rem…
ani: wear this dress and come..
sh: but..this is…
ani gives death glare to him…
shi shuts his mouth and says okayy…
anika leaves from there..

IN OM ROOM…
ishu: om..thu aaj bhi yeh..dress hi pehnega…
om:whats wrong in this dress
is:om yeh dress change karo…and gives him a dress
om: but its…
ishu: i told you…and thts it…no more changes in my decision..and if you dont wear ill not bcome a model for your sculpture…
om:okay…mere maa..ab jaa thu..
ishu leaves…

IN RUDY ROOM
rudra runs all over his room…somu runs behind him…
so:ru stop running..and wear this dress..
ru: pls..sumo..ill not wear this dress all my girl frnds will laugh seeing me..and cries..
somu:ru agar..tum yeh dress pehnega tho..sab ladki….tumhe dekh te hi flat …hothe hein..
ru runs near somu and holds her hands
ru:sach mein…
so:haann..
ru then takes his dress from somu and asks her to move out of their room…
she goes frm there..

IN RANA MANSION
ANISHYA ROOM…
ani: iss shivaay ko sambhal na namunkin hein..had hein koi…sankranti k din..3 piece suit pehnta hein..
ishu:om bhi..har roj..vahi kapde pehnta hein…
somu: ru k baar mat hee..puuch..vo sara kamara bhagta raha..usse manane keliye..uff..mein kya kuch nahi ki..
sid: tum log..unke baare baat karte rahoge ya..tum log bhi..ready..honge..
anishya..
;haan bhayya..
they get ready..
all rana goes to OM…
IN OM…
da: tum log sahi time per aaye ho..pandit ji..puja shuru hi karne vale hein..
SHINKY TEJANVI VIDA: bacche kaha per hein…
da: dekho vaha…
first…prisid comes…and stands…
then.RUMYA ..
then…ISHKARA…
last but not the least…
SHIVIKA..comes and stands in the middle of the hall
elders gets shocked seeing their kids..
OBROS WEARS WHITE DHOTI WITH GOLDN BORDER AND WEARS BLUE CLOUR SHADES
ANISHA WEARS WHITE CLR BALOON HALF SADI..(IMAGINE THE WEEDING SADI.OF ANIKA..WHICH IS IN RED CLR BUT WHITE HERE..IN IB.)WITH GOLDEN BORDER..
SOMU WEARS SIMPLE HALF SADI…WITH GOLDEN BORDER…ALL SISSO’S DID A VERY LIGHT MAKEUP…
all takes blessings from..elders…

da: shivomru..tum log..sach mein..bhahoot..hot lag rahe hein..inn dhoti mein..
shivomru:app bhi na dadi…
da:sach mein…anishya…bahoot sundar hein..tum log se …aur thanks beta..
anishya:kiskeliye dadi..
da: inn bandaroon ko..dhoti pehnane ke liye….inn tinoo..ko manane keliye…bhahoot mehnet ki..nah..
anishya:nahi..dadi..ty mat bolna..aaap.inko manana..bahoot hard hein…uff…
SHINKY TEJNVI:tum teenoo…bhi iss half sadi…mein bahoot cute hoo…
pandit: puja shuru hone vale hein…
evry goes to attend puja…

after pooja..
all rana and obrois…sit in the hall eating payasam…
ru:sankranti k peeche kuch story hein kya dadi..
da: haan puthar..hein na…
ru: then tell nah..dadi..
da:somu tum…hyderabad..aur banglore mein padi thi nah…vaha ki culture bataoo
somu: ru har ek state mein sankranti ..alag tarah sse mante hein…
ab ANDRA PRADESH AUR TELANGANA mein chaar din mante hein..
Day 1 – Bhoghi (భోగి) (Andhra Pradesh, తెలంగాణ and Karnataka )
Day 2 – Makara Sankranti (మకర సంక్రాంతి-పెద్ద పండుగ), the main festival day
Day 3 – Kanuma (కనుమ) (Andhra Pradesh And Telangana]Day 4 — Mukkanuma (Andhra Pradesh And Telangana]Bhogi(భోగి)
The day preceding Makara Sankranti is called Bhoghi (భోగి). This is when people discard old and derelict things and concentrate on new things causing change or transformation. At dawn, people light a bonfire with logs of wood, other solid fuels and wooden furniture that are no longer useful. The disposal of derelict things is where all old habits, vices, attachment to relations and material things are sacrificed in the fire of the knowledge of Rudra, known as the “Rudra Gita Gyana Yagna”. It represents realization, transformation and purification of the soul by imbibing and inculcating divine virtues.

In many families, infants and children (usually less than three years old) are showered with the Indian jujube fruit Ziziphus mauritiana, called “Regi Pandlu” in Telugu. It is believed that doing this protects the children from the evil eye. Sweets in generous quantities are prepared and distributed. It is a time for families to congregate. Landlords give gifts of food, clothes and money to their workforce.

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Makara Sankranti(మకర సంక్రాంతి)
The second day is Makara Sankranti. People wear new clothes, pray to God, and make offerings of traditional food to ancestors who have died. They also make beautiful and ornate drawings and patterns on the ground with chalk or flour, called “Rangoli” or “muggu” in Telugu, in front of their homes. These drawings are decorated with flowers, colours and small, hand-pressed piles of cow dung, called “gobbemma” (గొబ్బెమ్మ).

For this festival all families prepare Chakinalu, Nuvvula Appalu, Gare Appalu or Katte Appalu or karam appalu, Madugulu (Jantikalu), Bellam Appalu, kudumulu, Ariselu, Appalu (a sweet made of jaggery and rice flour) dappalam (a dish made with pumpkin and other vegetables) and make an offering to God.

Kanuma(కనుమ)
On the third day, Kanuma (కనుమ) is celebrated. Kanuma is very intimate to the hearts of farmers because it is the day for praying and showcasing their cattle with honor. Cattle are the symbolic indication of prosperity.

Nowadays Kanuma is not celebrated as widely as it used to be, but it is an integral part of the Sankranti culture and is meant for thanksgiving to cattle. On the day after Makara Sankranti, the animal kingdom is remembered and, in particular, cows. Girls feed the animals, birds and fish as a symbol of sharing. Travel is considered to be inappropriate, as these days are dedicated for re-union of the families. Sankranti in this sense demonstrates their strong cultural values as well as a time for change and transformation. And finally, gurus seek out their devotees to bestow blessings on them.

Mukkanuma
The fourth day is called Mukkanuma (ముక్కనుమ) which is popular among the non-vegetarians of the society. On this day, farmers offer prayers to the elements (like soil, rain, fire for helping the harvest) and the (village) goddesses with their gifts which sometimes (and these days mainly) include animals.

People in Coastal Andhra do not eat any meat (or fish) during the first three days of the festival and do so only on the day of Mukkanuma.

Kanuma, Mukkanuma and the day following Mukkanuma call for celebrations with union of families, friends, relatives followed by fun activities, which mainly include cock fighting, bullock/ox racing, kite flying, and ram (pottelu) fighting.

On this occasion, in every town and city, people play with kites and the sky is filled with beautiful kites. Children and elders enjoy this occasion.

Another notable feature of the festival in Andhra Pradesh is the Haridasu who goes early in the morning around with a colourfully dressed cow, singing songs of Lord Vishnu (Hari) hence the name Haridasu (servant of Hari). It is a custom that he should not talk to anyone and only sing songs of Lord Vishnu when he goes to everyone’s house.
IN MAHARASTRA..
In Maharashtra on Makara Sankranti (मकर संक्रान्ति) day people exchange multicoloured halwa (sugar granules coated in sugar syrup) and til-gul laadoo (sweetmeats made from sesame seeds and jaggery). Gulachi poli/puran poli (गुळाची पोळी / पुरण पोळी) (flat bread stuffed with soft/shredded jaggery mixed with toasted, ground til [white sesame seeds]) and some gram flour, which has been toasted to golden in pure ghee, are offered for lunch. While exchanging til-gul as tokens of goodwill people greet each other with the words “तिळगुळ घ्या, आणि गोड-गोड बोला / til-gul ghyaa, aani goad-goad bolaa” meaning ‘Accept this til-gul (sweet) and utter sweet words’. The underlying thought in the exchange of til-gul is to forget the past ill-feelings and hostilities and resolve to speak sweetly and remain friends. The importance of sesame seeds is it keeps body warm and provide good oil, which is needed as winter dried up the moisture from body.

In Maharashtra, similar to Andhra Pradesh Makar Sankaranti, is normally a three-day festival.

Day 1 is known as Bhogi (भोगी), day 2 as Sankrant (संक्रांत) and day 3 as Kinkrant/Kinkranti (किंक्रांत/किंक्रांती).

The story behind this festival is Sankarasur (संकरासुर) Rakshasa was very brutal indeed. And He started torturing and killing people. To finish off Sankarasur Goddess Sankranti (संक्रांति) appeared on the earth and killed Sankarasur. To celebrate the downfall of Sankarasur, people started festival Sankranti.

This is a special day for the women in Maharashtra when married women are invited for a get-together called ‘Haldi-Kunku’ (literally meaning turmeric-vermillion) and given gifts such as utensils, clothes etc. Typically, women wear black sarees or black coloured outfits on this occasion. The significance of wearing black is that Sankranti comes at the peak of the winter season and black colour retains and absorbs heat, helping keep warm.[citation needed] Maharashtra is also famous for kite flying on this special occasion.

Kites waiting to catch the wind, held down by weights
Makara Sankranti is one of the most auspicious days for the Indians and is celebrated in almost all parts of India in myriad cultural forms, with great devotion. Millions of people take a dip in places like Ganga Sagar (the point where the river Ganges meets the Bay of Bengal) and Prayag and pray to the Sun God (Surya). It is celebrated with pomp in southern parts of India as Sankranti in Karnataka (Pongal in Tamil Nadu), and in Punjab as Maghi.

Makara Sankranti is also to honour, worship and to pay respect to Saraswati (Goddess of Knowledge). At the start of this significant event, there is worship for ancestors.

Makara Sankranti identifies a period of enlightenment, peace, prosperity and happiness followed by a period of darkness, ignorance and viciousness with immense sorrow. The six months of northern movement of the sun is followed by six months of southern movement.

Since the festival is celebrated in mid-winter, food prepared for this festival is such that it keeps the body warm and gives high energy. Laddu of til made with jaggery is a speciality of the festival. In the western Indian state of Maharashtra it is called ‘Tilgud’. In Karnataka it is called ‘Yellu-Bella’. In some states, cattle are decorated with colours and are made to jump over a bonfire.
AND YOU KNOW..HOW WE CELEBRATE IN PUNJAB..RIGHT…
ru: tum bahhot intellengt ho somu..
somu:ty.
all the elders and youngsters:vah..somu..vah….
so:ty.ty…
om: what abt your rangoli..competition…
anishya: yea..lets ..go..

PRECAP: SHIVIKA ISHKARA RUMYA MOMENTS….

guys this is o long epi.pls cmment…as gift for sankranti…ilove this festival..so much..i hpoe u will nnot dissapppioontt..meee….
love you guys…
bye…

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