Ahmedabad: People gathered on rooftops, terraces and open grounds throughout Gujarat on Saturday to fly kites as they celebrated the Uttarayan festival with nice fervor. Union Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel additionally joined within the festivities with their households. The sky was teeming with kites of all colours and shapes as music and delicacies such as fafda-jalebi, undhiyu and chikki added to the enjoyable. It was after a two-12 months hiatus that the festival was celebrated with out the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senior BJP chief and Union Minister Amit Shah celebrated the festival along with his household, pals and celebration leaders at Vejalpur locality in Ahmedabad.
The Northern Kite Festival was celebrated with the individuals of the Ghatlodia Assembly constituency of Gandhinagar Lok Sabha.
Today I flew a kite with some individuals at Vejalpur Vidhan Sabha. This festival of pleasure and pleasure will deliver new power to everybody’s life.
Today on Uttarayan day I flew a kite with the individuals of Vejalpur Legislative Assembly. May this festival of exuberance and enthusiasm infuse new power into everybody’s life. pic.twitter.com/u1Q7RGWE42— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) January 14, 2023
He began the day by providing prayers on the Jagannath temple right here along with his members of the family.
Later, he and his spouse visited a residential society in Vejalpur the place they flew kites on the terrace of a constructing with native BJP leaders and supporters by their facet.
On the holy day of Uttarayan, he worshiped on the well-known Bhagwan Jagannath temple in Ahmedabad. महाप्रभु पर साभी
“Best wishes to all of you. May this kite festival bring joy, excitement and enthusiasm into our lives, I wish you all to stay healthy,” Modi mentioned in his message. in Gujarati on his Twitter account.
“Best wishes to all for the auspicious festival of Uttarayan. May Lord Surya Narayan bring happiness, peace and prosperity in everyone’s life,” Shah tweeted.
While within the walled metropolis of Ahmedabad individuals gathered on rooftops, residents of the western a part of the town rented terraces within the outdated metropolis to rejoice the festival.
“The wind speed is excellent, and we are very happy and enjoying the day,” mentioned one reveler.
“There is not much wind, but we hope it will get better,” mentioned a person in Rajkot.