The festival of Makar Sankranti is highly regarded by the Hindus from North to down South. The day is known by various names and a variety of traditions are followed. In Bengal,Thousands of pilgrims from different parts of the country gather at Gangasagar, the point where the holy river ganges meets the sea, bay of bengal to take a dip very early in the morning and wash away all the earthly sins. This fair is known as "Gangasagar Mela".
To celebrate this festival, I prepared two sweet bengali delicacies...
Natun Gurer Payesh which I posted earlier. For the recipe, click on the titles.
I am sending these two delicacies to Priti of Indian Khana, who is celebrating the festive food of Makar Sankranti.