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Lohri 2019 is a festival full of Rewari, peanut and lava coming in just a few days. This festival filled with dance and songs is celebrated not only in Punjab but also in Haryana, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal. On this day, the fire is lit by gathering woods outside intersections or houses.
Lohri is a festival celebrated widely in Punjab with gaiety, chivalry and pomp. It also marks the end of winter season and the onset of spring. It is celebrated after sunset by lighting a bonfire, worshipping it and offering seasonal treats like sesame sweets, popcorn and peanuts to the flames. Folks sing Punjabi folk songs and dance to the beats of traditional drum known as dhol.
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The Lohri festival is celebrated with great zeal and fervour in most parts of northern India, especially Punjab and Haryana, on 13 January every year. During the leap years, Lohri is celebrated on either 12 or 14 January.
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The day is considered to be auspicious for newly-married couples and to-be-parents. People often wish for prosperity as they toss corn, sesame seeds, rice and jaggery into the flames.
During cultural events, traditional dance forms Bhangra and Gidda, folk songs, etc. are performed to mark the occasion. Not only this, on this day all the Punjabi Dhol also perform a lot of dance songs. If you are celebrating Lohri this year or if any of your friends is celebrating Lohadi then definitely be sure to send them this message.
Sardi ki thartharahat mein,
moongfali, rewari aur
gur ki mitha ke saath,
lohri mubaarak ho ho ho
rasttey ki garmahat ke saath.
Mithaa gurh te vich mil gayeya til
udhi te khil geya
dil har paal sukh te vere shanti paao
rabb agge dua tusi lohri
khushiyan naal manaao!
The New Year 2019 has started and we won’t stop from throwing ourselves headfirst into the upcoming festivals in January 2019. In India, we are frankly spoilt for choice when it comes to festive celebrations, and January is no exception.