Lohri 2019: Mouth-watering delicacies are an important part of every festival in India. For Lohri, which will be celebrated on January 13 this year, here are a few recipes that you can cook for your near and dear ones.
Lohri this year will be celebrated on January 13. If you have been too caught up with the preparations, then let's make things easier for you. Here's a list of songs you can easily add to your playlist to brighten up your celebration.
Lohri festivities 2018: People offer their thanksgivings and pray to the deities of sun, earth and fire for prosperity and happiness on Lohri. Read further to know more about the Lohri Puja Vidhi 2018 and auspicious puja timings of the festival.
Lohri 2018 Recipes: India is known for its diverse culture and traditions, and no celebration is complete without good food. Revel in the spirit of Lohri with these recipes that you can take inspiration from!
This is the month when the sound of til gud ghya, god god bola will resonate in every Maharashtrian home and every family in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and the northern plains of India will stuff their mouth full with several dishes combining sesame seeds and/or jaggery. How many combinations of these can there possibly be in one country? Lots. Here are a few to inspire the cook in you, and excite the foodies in your family.
In India, there is no one time of the year that can be regarded as the ‘only’ festive season. As the world is just getting into work mode post the New Year celebrations, we are all set to celebrate series of festivals around the country, beginning with the harvest festival. Celebrated with different names such […]
Ahmedabad, Jan 14 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Thursday celebrated Makar Sankranti and flew kites on the occasion. Makar Sankranti is a harvest festival celebrated over India and Nepal on the joy of getting new crops for farmers. Makar Sankranti is observed with various names in different regions of India; Pongal in Tamil, Lohri in Punjab, Uttarayan in Gujarat.
Amritsar, Jan 13 (ANI): The nation celebrates the bonfire festival of Lohri today, signalling the end of the Winter Solstice. The people of Punjab and Haryna primarily celebrate Lohri in which during the day, children go from door-to-door singing folk songs in praise of Dulha Bhatti, a person with the similar image of Robinhood, who robbed the rich to feed the poor during Mughal period. Festivities usually include a large bonfire which is surrounded by people as they enjoy the warmth munching peanuts and sweets.
Allahabad, Jan 13 (ANI): Ahead of Makar Sankranti, a large numbers of pilgrims have started taking holy dips at the Triveni Sangam in Allahabad since early Wednesday morning. Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated with tartness on 14th January every year across India. Makar Sankranti is observed with various names in different regions of India, Pongal in Tamil, Lohri in Punjab, Uttarayan in Gujrat, Maghi and Khichdi are some other names of the same festival.