• Lohri
    Lohri, is celebrated every year on 13th of January. It is a festival to worship fire. Lohri Festival is celebrated with great pomp in North India. At this time Earth starts moving towards the sun marking the auspicious period of Uttarayan. First Lohri is very important for the newly wed and the new...
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  • Lohri
    Social Significance of Lohri: Though Lohri festival has no religious significance but it holds a great social significance and is celebrated as a day of imparting social love to one and all. The festival of Lohri is meant to relieve people from worldly day to day routine, and make them relaxed...
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    Lohri, is celebrated every year on 13th of January. It is a festival to worship fire. Lohri Festival is celebrated with great pomp in North India. At this time Earth starts moving towards the sun marking the auspicious period of Uttarayan. First Lohri is very important for the newly wed and the new...
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  • Lohri
    of India like Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and the near by areas. This day, the culture of these places display a new look. Lohri is not just limited to Punjab. But here the look of this festival is something different. This day, the color and happiness is in full beauty and liveliness...
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  • Food Culture
    wealth, prosperity and well-being. Another festival is Lohri which is celebrated to worship fire, and enthusiastically celebrated in Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and parts of Himachal Pradesh. This occasion is for couples, who are celebrating Lohri for the first time after marriage or for the family who give...
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  • Punjab
    sweaters, but she is passionately proud of her collection of woollen shawls. These can be breathtaking. The women of Punjab are responsible for the state’s most famous item of handicraft – the phulkar i. Lohri Celebrated on the 13th day of January, Lohri is a festival of zeal and verve and marks the...
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  • Festivals
    Festivals of Jammu Lohri (13 January) Lohri bonfire This festival heralds the onset of spring and is also known as Makar Sankranti. The whole region wears a festive look on this day. Thousands take a dip in the holy river, called Havan Yagnas, and candles light up nearly every house and temple...
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  • School Days Are the Best Days of My Life
    Easter SMS Eid Mubarak SMS Eid SMS Father's Day SMS Flirt SMS Get Well Soon SMS Ghazal SMS Good Luck SMS Good Morning SMS Good Night SMS Greetings SMS Halloween SMS Holi SMS Inspirational Quotes SMS Insult SMS Kiss SMS Lohri SMS Marriage SMS Misc SMS Jokes...
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  • Pongal Festival
    Pongal was originally a festival for the farming community, today it is celebrated by all. In south India, all three days of Pongal are considered important. However, those south Indians who have settled in the north usually celebrate only the second day. Coinciding with Makara Sankranti and Lohri of the north, it is also called Pongal Sankranti. ...
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  • Uses of Plant
    worship. Lohri -Festival Of North India - Lohri is celebrated with immense pleasure and passion especially amongst the farmers as this fiesta is related with the harvesting of the Rabi crops in winter. According to Hindu calendar Lohri, comes in month of Magha or Pausha, a day before maker sankranti...
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    the harvest festival as Makar Sankaranthi and the main attraction of this celebration is the kite flying. Competitions and contests on kite flying and kite capturing goes on in many states. Lohri - The harvest festival of Punjab is celebrated on the coldest day of the Lunar year. The celebration...
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  • Indian Festival
    • Makar Sankranti • Naag Panchami • Ganesh Chaturthi • Navratri • Pongal • Rakhi • Ram Navami • Christmas • Easter • Good Friday • Guru Nanak Jayanti • Lohri • Bakra Eid • Eid ul Fitr • Muhorram • Thanks Giving...
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  • Essay
    India.  January: Lohri : Lohri marks the culmination of winter, and is celebrated on the 13th day of January in the month of Paush or Magh, a day before Makar Sankranti. For Punjabis, this is more than just a festival, it is also an example of a way of life. Lohri celebrates fertility and the...
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  • Religious Festival
    festivals of Shivratri, Holi, Janam Ashtami,akhi, Dussehra, Diwali, Tikka, Ram Naumi, Nirjala -Ekadashi, Guga Naumi, etc. The seasonal stivals of Lohri, Maghi, Basant and Baisakhi......
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  • Reasearch Paper
    , 2013 November Sunday S.No. HOLIDAY DATE MONTH DAY 1 New Year's Day January 1, 2013 Tuesday 2 Lohri/ Makara Shankranthi January 13, 2013 Sunday 3 Pongal January 14, 2013 Monday 4 Guru Govind Singh Jayanthi January 18, 2013 Friday 5 Id-UI-Mlad / Prophet Mohammad Birthday January...
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  • Sports & Cultural Activities
    . The committee organizes various festivals like Janmashtami, Dussera, Diwali, Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Id, Christmas along with few regional festivals like Ugadi and Lohri. This helps to sensitize all towards the wide spectrum of beliefs which have harmoniously coexisted in India and spreading the...
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  • Broucher
    . activities : * Singing competition. * Indoor games competition (chess,carrom,table tennis). * Poster making competition. * Deepawali celebration. * Lohri celebration. * On the spot poetry competition. * Mess week...
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      |  Christmas  |  Bhai Dooj  |  New Year  |  Lohri  |  Janmashtami  |  All Festivals  |  Symphony of Fire  |  Aalborg Carnival  |  White Nights FestivalMardi Gras  |  Burning Man  |  Seville Feria de Abril  |  Onam  |  Guca Trumpet Festival  |  Panafest  |  Bonn Om Tuk  |  Day of the DeadCopyright © Society for the Confluence of World Festivals & Celebrations. All Rights Reserved...
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  • Event
    |Do |LOHRI CELEBRATION IN YOUR OFFICE |Do | |28 |RQ2902B37 |Do |ANY STATE TOURISM WEEK CELEBRATIONS |Do...
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  • India Natural Reserves
    India's cultural diversity and military might. Religious festivals include Diwali (the festival of light), Maha Shivaratri, Teej, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Baisakhi, Durga Puja, Holi, Lohri, Eid ul-Fitr, Eid ul-Adha, Christmas and Mahavir Jayanti.[60] The Qutub Festival is a cultural event during...
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