#Lohri

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Many farmer leaders, including Yogendra Yadav, Gurnam Singh Chaduni, also threw copies of the farm laws in the bonfire. (Photo credit: Twitter/@ANI)

  • Farmers protesting at Delhi borders burnt copies of the three farm laws as a sign of protest to mark the festival of Lohri
  • Several bonfires were lined up at the Delhi-Haryana border stretch
  • The farmers raised slogans, sang songs of resistance and hope as they orbited the bonfire

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Lohri is observed just a night before Makar Sankranti. (Photo credit:Freepik)f

  • Lohri, the Indian festival of Harvest, marks the end of winter solstice and beginning of longer days
  • It is a traditional way to celebrate Sun's journey to the northern hemisphere by Sikhs and Hindus
  • In the evening, people assemble in an open space to light an auspicious bonfire

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Students of a women's institute celebrate Lohri festival in Faridabad. (Photo credit: PTI)

  • Lohri marks the end of the winter season and the onset of spring
  • On this day, people offer food items to Fire God (Agni dev) to get rid of all negativity from life
  • Lohri is incomplete without winter foods that are cooked and celebrated on this day

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
People is Amritsar celebrate Lohri on January 13, 2020. (Photo credit: Twitter/@ANI)

  • Lohri is also known as the festival of harvest
  • Lohri is celebrated a night before 'Makar Sankranti'
  • According to popular belief, Lohri dates back to the Indus valley civilisation

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Lohri is not just about the bonfire, fancy foods, and dancing on chart-toppers but also about flaunting your best ethnic side. (Photo credit: Instagram/Ananya Pandey)

  • Festivals in 2020 were all about staying indoors and spending time with your close ones
  • Lohri officially starts the festival season for 2021 so why not make it special
  • If you are looking for some fashion cue, try out these trends flaunted beautifully by Bollywood ladies

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Chopra has also penned a heartfelt poem in 2020 to spread the message of positivity. (Photo credit: PR team)

  • Chopra has launched her new song for the festival titled ‘Lohri Aundi Lohri’
  • She has recreated the traditional folk song ‘Sundar Mundariye’ with a modern twist for the new age audience
  • The singer in an interview with Opoyi says that Lohri is all about celebrating the farmers community