Zestful men and women dressed to the nines, dancing and singing around bonfires, is what
the Lohri vibe is all about. Bonfires, family gatherings, mouth-watering delicacies, lots of
dance and music, and shimmering outfits are the nitty-gritty of this celebration. Lohri, a
winter folk festival celebrated in North India, is celebrated in January. Linked to the Bikrami
calendar, Lohri is usually observed on the night before Makar Sankranti. It is primarily
celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs all over the world. Though there are numerous folk tales
associated with Lohri, it predominantly marks the arrival of the harvest season.
Posted on JAN 04, 2022