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     marks the transition of the Sun into

     apricorn) on its celestial path.

Traditionally, this has been one of many harvest days in


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Mnother well-known reference of this day came when the great
grand-sire of Mahabharata fame, Bhishma, declared his intent to
leave his mortal coil on this day. He had the boon of 6  

death at his will) from his father, so he kept lying on the bed
of arrows till this day and then left his mortal coil on Makar
Sankranti day. It is believed that the person, who dies during the
period of Uttarayana, becomes free from transmigration rebirth). So
this day was seen as a definite auspicious day to start a journey or
endeavors to the higher realms beyond

It was on this day when Lord Vishnu ended the ever increasing
terror of the 
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heads under the Mandara Parvata. So this occasion also
represents the end of 'negativities' and beginning of an era of
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