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Pongal 2021: Know significance, dates, muhurat of this Tamil harvest festival

DNA Sunday, 10 January 2021 ()
Pongal translates to "spilling over" and the festival derives its name from the tradition of boiling rice, milk and jaggery till the pot overflows.
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