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Pongal - The Indian harvest festival
Pongal is a four-day Hindu festival held throughout South India in the Tamil month called Thai. Watch this video to know how this harvest festival is celebrated and its essence in Indian tradition.
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1 Pongal is a term used for Indian harvest festival, which literally means "to boil" in the Tamil language.
2 It is a four-day Hindu festival held throughout South India, which falls in the month of Thai.
3 This festival is also considered as the traditional Hindu system of worshiping the Sun God.
4 Pongal also happens to be the name of a dish made up of sweetened rice that is boiled with lentils.
5 The first day of Pongal is called Bhogi and is celebrated in honor of Lord Indra.
6 The rituals of Bhogi includes tossing useless items of the household into a bonfire made of cow dung cakes and wood.
7 The second day is celebrated as Thai Pongal. On this day, the devotees traditionally worship the Hindu Sun God and the women offer sweet rice dishes which are cooked in earthen pots on open fires.
8 The third day is known as Mattu Ponga where cows and cattle are venerated.
9 Kaanum Pongal is the fourth day and last day of Pongal, which has its roots in ancient Brahminical tradition.
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