CBSE Class 5 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 2 Faslon Ka Tyohar - Download Free PDF
The Faslon Ka Tyohar Class 5 describes the festival of harvest in India. This festival is celebrated in the winter and is called the festival of khichdi or Makar Sankranti. The story starts with describing a winter morning of Makar Sankranti when the sun has not risen for the last 10 days. The papa (father), uncle, and dada (grandfather) of the narrator gathered in one room to celebrate the rituals of the festival. The dadi or grandmother of the narrator was wearing a white khadi saree that day.
In the banana leaves, there was some rice, sesame, and mittha or jaggery which everyone in the family touched and saluted. After that, those foods were donated. Khichdi and chuda-curd is eaten in the Makar Sankranti. Tilkuts of sugar, jaggery, and sesame are also eaten at this festival.
The story tells us about the festival of harvest which is celebrated all over India in the middle of January. On this day, everyone enjoys new crops coming home and hopes for good yields in the next year.
In almost every province of India, the festival of crops is celebrated. All of these provinces and religions have their style of celebrating this festival - it is called Til Sankranti or Makar Sankranti in Uttar Pradesh, kite festival in Gujarat, Sarhul in Jharkhand, and Lohri in Punjab.
Different tribal groups celebrate this festival of harvest at different times of the year. Tribal communities of India worship nature during this festival. Sal tree is worshipped in Jharkhand’s Sarhul festival.
In Tamil Nadu, this festival of harvest is known as Pongal. On this day, the Kharif crops like tur and rice come home. Every household bought a Matka or earthen pot on this day where they put rice out of new Kharif rice, jaggery, and milk. On the other hand, on this day the sky of Gujrat gets full of different shapes and sizes of kites. Every person of Gujrat irrespective of caste, age, or religion flies kites on this day.
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1. In which provinces of India, the festival of harvest is celebrated?
The festival of harvest is celebrated in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh.
2. In which province, the festival of Pongal is celebrated?
The festival of Pongal is celebrated in Kerala.
3. In which province, the festival of Sarhul is celebrated?
The festival of Sarhul is celebrated in Jharkhand.