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    Brahmins women Celebrate Kanum Pongal by observing Kanu Pidi for the welfare of their brothers

    "KakaipidivachenKannupidivachen, Kakka Kootam Kalanchalum Enga Kootam Kalayama Irukkanum"

    Kanu Pidi - How and Why ?
    In a open place put a kolam in east direction. Wash the turmeric leaves and place it over the kolam. We have to keep upto four rices on the leaves.
    1. White rice prepared on the previous day (pongal day)
    2. Sarkarai pongal prepared on the previous day (pongal day)
    3. Prepare red color rice by mixing small quantity of rice with kumkum.
    4. The same way prepare yellow rice by mixing small quantity of rice with turmeric powder.

    Take 4 pieces of sugarcane. Place these colored rice and sugarcane pieces in small quantities in the turmeric leaves placed above the kolam.

    We have to say the following phrases while keeping the coloured rice in leaves
    "KakaipidivachenKannupidivachen, Kakka Kootam Kalanchalum Enga Kootam Kalayama Irukkanum"

    After chanting this we have to break a coconut, place it in a plate having beetle leaves and beetle seeds along with 2 bananas. We have to show aarthi around the turmeric leaves and we should pray for our brothers.

    We have to make sure the rice kept in leaves should be eaten only by crow and not by any other animals like Dogs.

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    This day is also celebrated as KANUM PONGAL

    Kaanum literally means ‘to see’ and is the fourth day of the Pongal festival in Tamil Nadu. As the name indicates, Kaanum Pongal is essentially a day of relaxation and socializing and people either visit relatives or go out on a picnic.
    Last edited by Padmanabhan.J; 04-01-2013 at 01:07 AM.

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