Lohri Festival – Lohri, is a celebration known for its feisty festivals among the Punjabi group. It is, generally, a profound worship of nature divine beings for an abundant harvest. Most prevalent in the horticultural belt of India to be specific, the Punjab, it has spread its wings to neighboring areas, for example, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Delhi. Lohri celebration in India praises the collecting of rabi harvests with a noteworthy formal custom of blaze. Falling in mid-January, the promising event of Lohri corresponds with the onset of “Magh” month, which initiates only a day after Lohri. This is likewise the time when individuals take a plunge in the blessed waters or water springs to welcome the month of Magh, seeking after a promising begin. In addition, Lohri celebration likewise denote the end of brutal winter, when the sun begins its development in the great northern course. Circumstantially, it is while territorial harvest celebrations, for example, Pongal, Makar Sankranti and Bhogali Bihu are held in distinctive parts of the nation with equivalent enthusiasm.