Jyotsna Chandola - I used to fly kites since childhood when I was in Hyderabad, and we used to celebrate this festival very nicely. I couldn't fly kites at that times, so I used to fly them with my cousins who were very good at it. I don't like Khichadi much, but my mom always makes Khichadi during Makar Sankranti so have to eat it.
Sameksha - In winters in Chandigarh we used to love eating all fried pakoras and chai because of cold weather and there used to be winter vacations and schools would open after Lohri. I remember flying kites with my brother on our roof top and I used to shout and tell him that I will tell mom. When he would run after kites roof to roof and he would hardly let me fly kites as I was always holding that thread(dor).
Jasmin Bhasin - The fondest memory of Makar Sankranti is flying kites with cousins on terrace and cutting people's kites, playing loud music and my mother used to make til ke ladoos. I love to fly kites a lot and Jaipur looks colorful on Makar Sakranti
Sudeepa Singh - This festival is very famous in north. I used to fly kites with our friends and family. There used to be competition ki Kaun kisski patang kaatega. I have very fond memories of my childhood and yes we eat lot of peanuts and sweets.
Adaa Khan - Well with Makarsankrati I have only childhood memories where I used to fly kites with my dad and with my elder brother. Once I had cut my hand with the Manja and I really didn't know what to do so I ran down from the terrace as a kid and I don't want to tell anyone that I had a cut on my hand. So I used to see my dad putting after shave on his face whenever he had any cut. So as a stupid kid I went and opened his cupboard and applied after shave cream on my hand which was burning like hell and I yelled so much. Of course I was a kid and I didn't had sense at that time and that was like the craziest memory that I have. After that I never flied kites and just watch people flying kites. I love eating Til ke laddu and halwa.