Jallikattu starts with Pongal, know some interesting facts related to this game

PKBnews India Edited by: Pradeep Tiwari

Updated: January 13, 2023 | 8:15 PM IST

Jallikattu: This year Jallikattu festival will be celebrated in Madurai from January 15 to January 17. Learn how this 2000-year-old festival began.

This sport is also called yaru thajhuvuthal, which means hugging the bull. In this game, stands are placed on both sides of a small road and the road has plowed soil. The bull is chased away from Badivasal.

This year it will be celebrated in Madurai from January 15 to January 17.  In fact, bulls have been used in homes and farms since ancient times.  Then whether for plowing the land or for pulling the cart, the help of bullocks is always taken.  Pongal festival is celebrated during harvest time.

This year it will be celebrated in Madurai from January 15 to January 17. In fact, bulls have been used in homes and farms since ancient times. Then whether for plowing the land or for pulling the cart, the help of bullocks is always taken. Pongal festival is celebrated during harvest time.

This year it will be celebrated in Madurai from January 15 to January 17.  In fact, bulls have been used in homes and farms since ancient times.  Then whether for plowing the land or for pulling the cart, the help of bullocks is always taken.  Pongal festival is celebrated during harvest time.

This year it will be celebrated in Madurai from January 15 to January 17. In fact, bulls have been used in homes and farms since ancient times. Then whether for plowing the land or for pulling the cart, the help of bullocks is always taken. Pongal festival is celebrated during harvest time.

This sport is very dangerous not only for the bulls but also for the people, there is a risk of death.  This is why there is so much controversy about this game.

This sport is very dangerous not only for the bulls but also for the people, there is a risk of death. This is why there is so much controversy about this game.

Jallikattu was banned by the Supreme Court in 2015.  But strong protests were held across the state against the decision, after which it was declared legal.

Jallikattu was banned by the Supreme Court in 2015. But strong protests were held across the state against the decision, after which it was declared legal.

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