Kite Flying

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The festival takes place on 14 January of each year during the Makar Sankranti and continues until 15 January.The symbolism of this festival is to show the awakening of the Gods from their deep sleep.

During the event, kite markets are set up alongside food stalls and performers. The kites are usually made with materials such as plastic, leaves, wood, metal, nylon and other scrap materials but the ones for Uttarayan are made of light-weight paper and bamboo and are mostly rhombus shaped with central spine and a single bow. Dye and paint are also added to increase the glamour of the kite.