Lohri is a popular winter festival is finally here. Lohri is one of the famous Indian festivals and is celebrated to mark the end of peak winter. The festival is also associated with harvest of crops and that’s why it is known as Harvest festival. Also Punjabis considers the day after Lohri as financial new year. Burning bon fire, dancing, singing and distribution of feast and sweetmeats are an intrinsic part of the festivities. Food items like rewri, gajak, sarson da saag and makke di roti are associated with the festival.

Lohri 2018: Date, Significance, Customs and Rituals of The Harvest Festival

Lohri 2018: Date, Significance, Customs and Rituals of The Harvest Festival

People across the country celebrate the occasion by organizing a huge bonfire get together. Friends and family enjoy feasts and sing folk songs and dance bhangra around the fire and they make offerings of jaggery, sesame, peanuts, puffed rice and popcorn to the fire as well. After the parikrama, people meet and greet their friends an family and exchange gifts and prasad. The advent of technology allows many to wish loved ones quickly from their mobile. And if you are too looking for some good messages and wishes for Lohri then you are at right place as today we have listed out some of the best messages for Lohri that you can send and celebrate with your loved ones.

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Lohri ki aag mein dehan ho saare gam…Khushiyaan aayein aap ke jeevan mein hardam…Happy Lohri !!2

Sardi ki thartharahat mein,moongfali, rewari aur gur ki mithas ke saath,Lohri mubaarak ho aapko
dosti aur rishtey ki garmahat ke saath.3

Dil di khushi te apno da pyar… Sabko mubarak ho Lohri ka tyohar

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Chand ko chandni mubarak..dost ko dosti mubarak..Mujhko aap mubarak…Aur meri taraf se aapko Lohri Mubarak5

Tan me masti,man me umang,chalo aakash me dale rang,Ho jaye sab sang sang, Udaye patang, Lohri mubarak.

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Jese jese Lohri ki aage tez hoVese vese humare Dukho ka ant ho…Lohri ka Prakash, aap ki zindagi ko prakashmay kar de Happy Lohri.

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Punjabi Bhangra Te Makhan-Malai,Punjabi Tadka Te Dal Frai, Tuhanu Lohri De Lakh Lakh Vadhai..!!

On this pious occasion, the legend of Dullah Bhatti who was Punjabi version of Robinhood is recounted in form of folk songs. People pay homage to Lord Sun as well for its presence and helping them for bounteous harvest. During the festival, a new bride or new born baby is showered with lot of gifts and blessings as it marks fertility and joy of life. It also sets the mood for blending with loved ones and gives a chance to widen our social circle. In short this occasion fosters a sense of fellowship and encourages all to stay in harmony.