Pongal Special Offers, Makar Sankranti Deals From Top Brands, Discounts on online shopping. Let’s Celebrate Pongal 2020:
Top Deals of the Day
- Flipkart: Happy Pongal Sale: Get upto 80% OFF on Men’s Clothing – Offer
- Shopclues: Fashion items starting price @ Rs.199 – Offer
Flipkart Pongal Special Offers: Shop Now
- Upto 60% OFF on Television and Appliances.
- Get up to 80% discount on all products during Flipkart Pongal sale.
Flipkart is the leading e-commerce marketplace in India with a 100 million user base. This site provides all the products used in day to day life. Flipkart giving Pongal Special Offers like other festivals, it comes with its best-discounted product. So, hurry and make this Pongal enjoyable.
Amazon Pongal Offers: Shop Now
Amazon.in is a very well known website for its offers and best quality product. In every festival and celebration, it comes with it’s best to discount promocode and offers to grab the Online market. Every year on Pongal it gives more and more offers, so the user can get more discount on the products that they have purchased.
Shopclues Makar Sankranti Sale: Shop Now
- Get upto 60% discount on the full range of fashion items.
Like other websites, Shopclues also comes with its best-discounted products on this Pongal. Shopclues is well known for its cheapest and quality products.
What is the Pongal Festival?
Pongal is running for four days in Southern states of India. This festival is abode by from 14 January to 17 January every year. It is the most popular festival in southern states of India. There are several festivals on food harvesting, Pongal is one of the popular of the years. This four-day festival of worshiping to nature takes its name from the Tamil word meaning “to boil” and is held in the month of January-February during the season when rice and other cereals, sugar-cane, and turmeric (an essential recipe in south side cooking) are cultivated.
History of Pongal?
Pongal has originated about 1000 years ago. This festival is mainly dedicated to the Lord Sun. From this date, the Uttarayan direction started. When the Sun is moving from south to north is called Uttarayan. The Pongal is also known as Makar Sankranti in other areas of India. Not only India but also outside of India abide by like Nepal and Bangladesh.