AP Sankranti holidays 2024-2025 for schools ( Pongal festival ) : DSE Andhra Pradesh has announced Pongal (Sankranti) Holidays for the academic year 2023-24. Students Can check AP Sankranthi school holidays 2024 or Pongal holidays 2024 in Andhra Pradesh for schools.
- The Andhra Pradesh Government has announced a 6 days holidays for AP schools from 12th Jan to 18th Jan 2023
- Check : AP General holidays list 2023
Sankranti holidays list 2024 in AP schools
The education department of Andhra Pradesh has declared 7 days holidays for Sankranti festival to all the private and government schools will be remained close from 12th Jan to 18th Jan 2023. The schools will be reopened on January 19, 2023.
Sankranthi (Pongal) festival Holidays dates
- Holidays From: 12th Jan to 18th Jan 2023.
- The Schools Shall Reopen On 19th January 2023
—> Also Read : AP General holidays 2024 —>
The authority directed to the DEOs to see that the schools adhered to the notification. However, the Andhra Pradesh state education department in its academic calendar 2022-23 stated that a stern action will be taken against AP schools which run classes during holidays.
|Authority||DSE Andhra Pradesh|
|Topic||AP school second term holidays 2023|
|Holidays date||12th Jan to 18th Jan 2023|
Andhra Pradesh Sankranti Holidays: Andhra Pradesh government has declared Sankranti holidays for schools from January 11 to January 16. As per the calendar, the schools will reopen on January 17 after a short vacation.
This year, Pongal will be celebrated from January 2024, to January 2024 as it’s a four-day festival. Each day of Pongal is marked by different festivities; the first day is called Bogi Pandigai, the second day is called Thai Pongal, the third day is called Mattu Pongal and the fourth day is called Kannum Pongal.
Andhra Pradesh State Educational Research Training Council Academic Calendar (2023-24) has given information about Sankranti holidays earlier. In this academic year, schools will function for 220 days and there will be 80 days of holidays.
AP School Academic Calendar 2023-24 download pdf
About Sankranti festival
Sankranti is a popular festival celebrated in Andhra Pradesh with great enthusiasm and fervor. It is a harvest festival and marks the beginning of the auspicious period of Uttarayan, which is considered to be an auspicious time for new beginnings. Here are some ways in which Sankranti is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh:
- Rangoli: People make beautiful rangolis at the entrance of their houses using colored powders, flowers, and rice flour.
- Bhogi Mantalu: On the day of Bhogi, people light bonfires in front of their houses and throw old and unwanted things into the fire.
- Pongal: Pongal is the main dish prepared during Sankranti, and it is made using rice, jaggery, and milk.
- Kites: People fly kites on the day of Sankranti, and there is a lot of enthusiasm and competition involved.
- Sankranti Panduga: It is a four-day festival that includes Bhogi, Sankranti, Kanuma, and Mukkanuma.
- Bull-taming: Jallikattu, a bull-taming sport, is also played in some parts of Andhra Pradesh during Sankranti.
- Sankranti Sambaralu: In some places, people organize Sankranti Sambaralu, which includes traditional dance forms like Kuchipudi and Bhamakalpam.
- Bathing in holy rivers: People take a dip in holy rivers like Godavari and Krishna and offer prayers to the Sun God.
Overall, Sankranti is a festival of joy, happiness, and new beginnings.
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