Cogzidel Celebrates Pongal, India’s Harvest Festival

Cogzidel wishes Happy Pongal 2012


 Pongal is India’s annual harvest festival, which is slated on January 15 of this year. This is basically a great opportunity to celebrate a good, bountiful harvest. For many people, it also marks the chance to drive away bad memories of the past, which can be done by burning old items, and looking forward to a better year ahead.

The 2012 Pongal Harvest Festival is especially significant as it marks the transit in which the Sun will enter Capricorn on January 15th. This presents a perfect opportunity to rewrite the rules and change the old ways. As they say, aim for better and brighter things ahead.

Having made a successful run during the past year, Cogzidel joins India and the rest of the world in celebrating abundance and prosperity. It’s a 4-day thanksgiving celebration marked with good food and pure fun, being one of the most important festivals in Hindu culture.

As we step into the New Year, we look forward to big positive changes and better opportunities. The Cogzidel team has already jumpstarted 2012 with the release of a number of highly innovative products, including the much-anticipated Pinterest clone. This the successful start of 2012, Cogzidel expects to set the tone of productivity and prosperity for the entire year for its organization and the clients it caters. With great projects lined up, we can definitely expect for better things up ahead in our unending quest of harnessing the full potential of technology.

In behalf of the entire Cogzidel family, we would like to extend our warm and sincere wishes of bounties of happiness, prosperity and sustained success.

Cogzidel Wishes You All A Very Happy and Prosperous Pongal!

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