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Lohri Celebration

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Lohri Celebration

  • Date January 13, 2012
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Lohri is a popular Punjabi festival celebrated all over Northern India. While some believe it was originally meant to celebrate the eve of winter solstice, it is traditionally linked to the harvest of rabi crops and is characterized by the offering of common food items such as peanuts and sesame sweets among other things, into a large bonfire. We had our very own Lohri celebrations at ISBF (now at the new Ring Road campus) on the 13th of January. Students and members of faculty and staff gathered around a bonfire outside the new campus and danced to the lively beats of the dhol waale bhaiyya. Popcorn, til and rewdi were tossed into the fire as sweets were distributed all around. An evening of mirth and celebration, indeed.

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