Kite Flying Day 2020 is on Saturday, February 8, 2020: Why people in Delhi fly Kites on I-day?
Saturday, February 8, 2020 is Kite Flying Day 2020. Kite Flying Day at Holiday Insights Origin of Kite Flying Day:
Look for a sunny, public open place, and participate in with Kite Flying Day! Have a have a picnic towards the park and obtain competitive, seeing who are able to fly the greatest, the quickest, and also the most delicately!
Throughout varying regions of India, there is a popular tradition of flying kites on the Independence Day. The sky is dotted with hundreds of colourful kites and people engage in kite-flying competitions. Balconies and roof-tops of houses are full of people flying kites and one can hear cheerful shouts of children in the evening as the kites soar in the sky.
The Indian festival of Makar Sankranti is devoted to kite fighting in some states. This spring festival is celebrated every January 15, with millions of people flying kites all over northern India. The states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat, some part of West Bengal, Rajasthan , and the cities of Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Dhanbad and Hyderabad are particularly notable for their kite fighting festivals. Kite flying in Hyderabad starts a month before the official kite flying festival (Sankranthi). The thread used to fly kites in Hyderabad is known as 'Manjaa'. Highly maneuverable single-string paper and bamboo kites are flown from the rooftops while using line friction in an attempt to cut each other's kite lines, either by letting the line loose at high speed or by pulling the line in a fast and repeated manner. In some Indian cities kite flying/fighting is an important part of other celebrations, including Republic Day, Independence Day, Raksha Bandhan, and Janmashtami.
how people celebrate KITE flying all over?
Kite flying traditions in countries like China, Korea, Japan, malaysia, Thailand and some parts of New zealnd are held as a part of their traditional celebrations of New year.
In Guyana, on Easter Weekend thousands turn out for mass kite flying,
In Greece , kite flying is held on "Clean Monday", where it is celebrated with outdoors excursions, seafood consumption and other non-meat products, and the widespread custom of flying kites. Traditionally, it is considered to mark the beginning of the spring season.
In Pakistan , kite flying is a ritual for the spring festival known as Basant.
new leaf day: flying kites or playing with puppies?
Flying kites day.
OH...can we go to a pond and play iwth sailboats? I've never done that and it looks like...well..not really 'fun'..but I've never done it and everything is worth a try. OH we could eat icecream too. And maybe commit petty crime to even things out !
I'll meet you at the big tree after work !!!