MALKIT RAUNI : I believe Lohri is a festival of brotherhood and togetherness. I celebrate Lohri having a bonfire in my village where everyone irrespective of religion, caste or creed comes together to sing Lohri Songs and we all have a blast together. There’s a special celebration when there’s a birth or wedding in the family. This is one of my favourite festivals.
SHIVENDER MAHAL : Happy Lohri to everyone. I make it a point that I am with my friends and relatives to enjoy lots and lots of Rewaris, Gajaks, Popcorns and Peanuts. We have a lot of fun as we celebrate descending winters and change of season.
ANITA SHABDEESH : Lohri means a lot of dancing, songs, fun and frolic for me. I dress up in traditional Punjabi attire and dance around the bonfire on many folk Punjabi songs. I really enjoy the food and festivity associated with the celebrations.
SURBHI JYOTI : I wish everyone a very happy Lohri and as a young girl I get together with lots of friends and we start visiting each others homes right from early morning. In the evening there’s a small Puja at my home where I spend time with my family: eating, dancing and enjoying to the core.
BOBBY SANDHU : I can miss any festival around the year be it New Years or Diwali, but on Lohri I make it a point that I am with myfamily. The festival is all the more significant to us because it’s mysister’s birthday on the very same day. I give her nice gifts, we cooktraditional Punjabi food and together we all enjoy the celebrations. A veryhappy Lohri to all!!!