Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)
In Hindu Solar Calendar, the start of the second month is checked with the festival of Vrishabha Sankranti. It is to be very noted that for Dan-Punya exercises, in the year, every one of the twelve Sankranti(s) are profoundly propitious for the Hindus. Then again, just certain time span much before and much after every last Sankranti minute is respected exceptionally favorable for Sankranti and its connected religious exercises. It is to be exceptionally recollected that the time of Shubh for Vrishabha Sankranti is impeccably sixteen Ghatis before the Sankranti minute. Then again, for all Dan-Punya exercises, the time window of sixteen Ghati much before Sankranti to Sankranti is taken into generally attention by the Hindus.
Around the Hindus, throughout Vrishabha Sankranti, the procedure of gifting cow that is referred to as Godan is viewed as exceedingly favorable. In South India Sankranti is generally known as Sankramanam. Vrishabha Sankranti is otherwise called Brusha Sankranthi, in light of the fact that it is on this specific day when the Sun enters Vrishabha or the Taurus in a conventional Vedic timetable. In the Sanskrit dialect, the term Vrishibha alludes to 'bull'. It is to be recollected that Bull is Lord Shiva's transporter Nandi. As indicated by the neighborhood legends, "Vrishabha period begins on the day and proceeds for 30 days and the one month from now is Mithun Sankranti." In Orissa, Vrishabha Sankranthi is known as Brusha Sankranti and in Oriya datebook; it additionally generally denote the start of the second month.