Today, 14th January, is celebrated across India as the Kite Flying festival.
Known as Makar Sankranti or Uttrayan, this festival is a celebration which sees scores of people get together for kite flying competitions along with friends, family and neighbors.
It’s a fun-filled fiesta with kite flying competitions enjoyed over sweets (called chikki) and loud (mostly Bollywood) music.
It is the one (or rather 2-3) day where all people come out on their terraces to fly kites of various colors. The sky is a sight to behold!
The festival is also a chance for a get-together and celebrations which sees girls and boys enjoy without inhibitions.
Here’s wishing all readers of A Rustic Mind a very Happy Uttrayan/ Makar Sankranti.
A microtale from my book The Untold Stories captures the festivities around this day and celebrations, via a sweet story. Here’s a look at it!
Aww! isn’t it?
Would you like to read more of these kind of tales?
The book contains 131 such microtales around various topics, like festivals, movies, TV shows, human behavior, terrorism, environmental imbalance and much more!
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I hope you enjoy reading it!