Happy Lohri 2020 Messages & Images: Twitterati Extend Wishes and Greetings on Punjabi Folk Festival
Lohri (Photo Credits: File Photo)

The Punjabi folk festival, Lohri is celebrated with great pomp and fervour by Hindus and Sikhs in Punjab. It is observed on January 13. People across North India look forward to celebrating the popular festival by following varying customs and traditions. Lohri is believed to mark the end of the winter season and the beginning of sunnier days. The festival is celebrated with dance, music and great food. Punjabis across the country celebrate the auspicious festival by performing the traditional Lohri Puja. As we observe the festival, people are sending Lohri messages and images to each other. Twitterati is sharing Happy Lohri wishes on social media platforms. Happy Lohri 2020 Messages in Hindi: WhatsApp Stickers, HD Images, Hike GIF Greetings, SMS, Quotes and Wallpapers to Send Family & Friends.

Lohri is observed in the month of Paush and is set by the solar part of the lunisolar Punjabi calendar. The Lohri predominantly marks the passing of winter solstice and the beginning of the time when the days get longer. Meanwhile, people are sharing their stories about celebrating Lohri and extending wishes to each other at the festival. Lohri 2020 Wishes in Punjabi: WhatsApp Stickers, GIF Images, Lohri Wishes, Messages, SMS, Quotes & HD Wallpapers To Send on Punjabi Festival.

Check Out The Tweets Below:

Best Wishes on Lohri:

Happy Lohri!

Happy Lohri Folks!

May Goodness Follow You!

May the festival bring you joy:

Happy Lohri, Everybody!

According to tales, the history of Lohri can be traced back to stories of Dulla Bhatti who is known for extraordinary valour and colour. He had fought against Emperor Akbar becoming a hero for his people. Hence, all songs and poems sang on Lohri has words expressing gratitude to him. People dance in circles around the fire as a mark of paying their respects. They seek blessings from their elders and near ones. Folkdances and folksongs are popular at the festival. The fire lit with the Lohri pyre is believed to end evil, negativity and to welcome positivity and good life.