How Makar Sankranti is celebrated from North to South and from East to West?
In Karnataka it is called as the Sankranti. In Maharashtra the festival is celebrated by distributing the Til and Gul. In Kerala the festival Makar Sankranti is celebrated to pay the pilgrimage to the popular Sabarimala Temple. In the West Bengal it is known as the Pithey Parban- a harvest festival and people visits the Ganga Sagar Mela. In Assam people celebrates with the name of Bhogali Bihu. In Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir and in some parts of Himachal Pradesh the day is celebrated as Lohri. In Central India it is celebrated as Sakat and lastly in Orissa it is Makar Mela.