20th June 2012 is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of daylight for those living in the northern hemisphere. People around the world celebrate this day in various way: festivals, rituals, dances, bonfires etc. See full notice at https://www.publicnoticeonline.com/notice.php?nid=1976#
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Autumn is here (in the northern hemisphere at least). As the nights draw in, the temperatures drop and we start thinking about upcoming events such as Halloween, Thanksgiving and Bonfire Night, we also begin to crave heartier, more filling food.
Makar Sakranti celebrates the sun’s journey into the northern hemisphere, a time considered highly auspicious. This festival is known by different names and is celebrated differently depending on the region of India. Lighting bonfires, flying kites, and bathing in holy rivers are amongst the ways this festival is marked.