“Lohri is a festival of farmers, Indian food soldiers. Marvels and heroes, we dedicate this festival to them” says Gurpreet Kaur Chadha who bids her farewell to 2020 with the festivities of 2021.
Kite flying and holy bonfire marked Lohri and Makar Sankranti celebrations at Chadha residence.
SreeramaChandra, Yash Wadali, Prashant Virendra Sharma, Ananya Chadha, Gananya Chadha, Richa Verma, Jyoti bhatt, Tuteja Harpreet Kaur, and many others
She along with her friends and family celebrated Lohri and Makar Sankranti with traditional fervor and gaiety.
Marking the commencement of the sun’s journey to the northern hemisphere, with warmer, longer days and shorter nights, and the beginning of the harvest season, this day is celebrated amid lots of fanfare and enthusiastic kite flying.
The sky was a riot of colors at the Chadha residence with all the guests singing and dancing to the tune of Punjabi tracks.
Guests gathered around the holy bonfire, sang their famous traditional song, and danced on them. They were offered with the traditional food- peanuts, til Rewari, maize seeds, etc.
“2020 was a tough year for all. Though it took a lot from us, it taught us the true meaning of togetherness and selflessness.
We welcome 2021 with positivity and festivals and what better than the first festival of the year Lohri and Makar Sankranti.
Just like the pandemic got us together, it is time we celebrate the festivals and strengthen our bond” says Gurpreet Kaur Chadha.