Happy Lohri 2021 Wishes Images, Status, Messages, Quotes for Friends & Family
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- 13 January 2021,
- 12:03 AM
Another important item to this is radish, as it is harvested between October and January. According to the folktale, Punjabi women go around the fire singing, and if you have the chance, you should visit and experience Lohri!
Happy Lohri 2021 Images, Greeting Cards, & Wallpaper
Lohri Wishes in Punjabi/Gurmukhi
Lohri is the festivity of welcoming warmness into harvesting crops. Let’s celebrate this Lohri by sharing our time with our loved ones sitting around a bonfire.
Lohri Wishes in Hindi
Wish your friends and family this Lohri with uplifting Lohri wishes, quotes, and messages listed on our page.
Lohri Wishes in English
Welcome, Lohri by sharing it with your loved ones through wishes and messages. Just a small message can bring in some positive change in their lives.
Lohri Invitation, Greeting cards
Why not try something a little different this Lohri? Celebrate it with your close ones together, and send some fancy invitation cards over to them!
Happy Lohri 2021 Wishes, Quotes & Status in Punjabi, Hindi, English
- Mithaa gur te vich mil geya til, Udi patang te khil geya dil, Har pal sukh te har vele shanti, Pao rab agge dua tusi, Lohri khushiyaan naal manaao! Happy Lohri 2021.
- Sardi ki thartharahat mein, moongfali, rewari aur gur ki mithas ke saath, Lohri mubaarak ho aapko dosti aur rishtey ki garmahat ke saath.
- Happy Lohri 20201: On this festive season of Lohri, may God bless you with good health and lifelong companionship.
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What is Lohri Meaning?
Lohri is primarily celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus all over India, marking the end of winter and welcoming the sun for harvest. It is traditionally done with great pomp and show around a bonfire. It is a festival of harvest and a way to spread joy and see sparking results of Rabi crops.
Lohri is celebrated in many parts of the country and has a story to its celebration. Lohri has its connection to the story of Prahalad, son of Hiranyakashipu who warned him against the worship of Vishnu. His father tried to kill him by putting him on Holika’s lap, the sister of Hiranyakashipu. Blessed with power against fire, but in turn, burnt her down and Prahalad was saved after he prayed to Vishnu. Therefore, Lohri is all about burning woods and people pray not to harm their sons like Prahalad.
Lohri can be traced back from the tale of Dulla Bhatti. He was a legendary hero of Punjab who led a rebellion against Akbar, the Mughal Emperor.
Due to an act of courage and bravery, now, Lohri festival is sung with words to express gratitude towards
Lohri holds great significance in many ways for various communities. It marks the harvest of rabi crops, end of winter followed by worshipping fire and the sun. It is considered very auspicious for a newborn baby and new bride as it marks fertility.
Lohri festival is decorated with colourful decorations, the festival brings in brightness and hope. It is decorated with lantern lights, kites of different colours. But, most people prefer the tone of red to symbolise fire.
Lohri Folk Song
Lohri is celebrated with folk songs and dances where people play the folk drum. Friends and family get together to sing the Punjabi folk songs, and dance around the fire bringing in happy and hopeful energy for the coming years.