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Lohri is a way to spread the joy of seeing the sparkling pearls of rabi crops amidst traditional folk songs, dance and food. It is famous festival amongst Punjabi’s. It is always an important festival for Punjabi’s and also being celebrated as the first festival of newborn baby or newly married couple. They celebrate this with great pomp and show. Relatives are being invited to their homes and a grand celebration is being done. So this year, make the festival more interesting and joyful by inviting your near and dear ones in your style with First Lohri party Invitation video card. Send them the online invitation and save your time for the preparation of the function. We have the great collection of first lohri invitation videos for newborn baby and first lohri invitation videos for newly married couple. So don’t waste your time searching anywhere else.
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About Lohri :
Lohri marks the coldest day in northern India. The earth is farthest away from the sun at this time and begins its journey towards the sun on Lohri. Hence bonfire Festival of Lohri marks the end of cold month of Paush and beginning of Magh or the arrival of spring. This shift in season gives people all the more reason to celebrate. Lohri also marks the last day of the month of Maargazhi, the ninth month of the lunar calendar. Festival of Lohri is succeeded by Makar Sankranthi – a popular festival in central India. The auspicious day of Makar Sankranti (January 14) is celebrated as Bhugali Bihu in Assam, Pongal in South India and Bhogi in Andhra Pradesh. Dances are one of the most fun loving aspect of Lohri celebration. Punjab is a land of exciting culture, myriad images of swaying emerald green fields and hearty people whose robust rustic dances that reflects unique camaraderie and bonhomie. Lohri dances are very much a part of the heritage of Punjab. Punjabi dance form is unique in sense that there is altogether different dance forms for male and female. While the male dances are the Bhangra, jhoomer, luddi, julli and dankara. the female one’s are Giddha and Kikli. Bhangra and Giddha are the most popular form of dances performed by man and women on Lohri. Lohri marks the end of winter on the last day of Paush, and beginning of Magha (around January 12 and 13), when the sun changes its course. It is associated with the worship of the sun and fire and is observed by all communities with different names, as Lohri is an exclusively Punjabi festival.