Telangana Chief Minister KCR wished Sankranti festival to the people of the state. The CM hoped that the state of Telangana would be prosperous, prosperous and happy. The CM prayed to God that the people would live in peace and happiness. The people were asked to celebrate the festival happily.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy wished the Telugu people a happy Sankranti. “Wallpapers are a symbol of our cultural traditions, of our homeland, of our respect for the peasantry, of our unique arts,” Jagan said. The CMVO office issued a statement to this effect.
CM Jagan wished every family in the state to celebrate Bhogi, Sankranti and Kanuma festivals happily. “We have taken steps for the welfare of the farmers and the development of the villages for the last 19 months in line with the promise that the better the farmer, the better the state,” he said. He clarified that the same policy will continue in the future.
Sankranthi celebrations will start on Wednesday (January 13) with Bhogi in Telugu logs. Bhogi is famous as a festival of offering pleasures. On this festival, Intillipadi gets up early in the morning and takes a bath. Bonfires are lit. On the same day the children are also given bonfires. So that they believe that they will get the grace of Surya Bhagavan.