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The four day celebration Pongal Festival and Harvest Festival, peace and happiness. There is a Tamil saying that Thai peranthal Vali Perakum. That paraphrased means with the dawn of the month of Thai, there will be peace, happiness, prosperity, brightness and harmony in the life of everyone. It is held to honor the Sun, for a bountiful harvest. Families gather to rejoice and share their joy and their harvests with others. The Sun is offered a "Pongal" of rice and milk.

Bhogi Pongal (1st Day): Bhogi Pongal, is the first day of the pongal festival and devotees worship Lord Indra.

Surya Pongal (2nd Day): The second day of the festival is dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun God). Devotees perform puja which requires rice to be boiled in milk in an earthen pot.

Mattu Pongal (3rd Day): Mattu Pongal day is dedicated to the cows, oxs and people adorn them with beads, bells and worship them.

Kaanum Pongal (4th Day): The final day of Pongal is – Kannum Pongal also known as Karinaal. Devotees worship Sun God and even offer food along with Sarkarai Pongal along with sugarcane. This offering symbolizes sweetness, happiness and joy in one’s life. Further women perform their ritual in the early morning and further sisters pray for the happiness of their brothers