Happy Lohri 2021 WhatsApp Wishes Facebook Status lohri images lohri wishes in hindi


Lohri 2021 Facebook and WhatApp Status

Hand witch peanuts
Mouth Witch Revd
Choking a little bit of la
Speak again … Happy Lohri
Happy Lohri 2021

From you to you and your family
Happy Lohri
Happy Lohri 2021

All gum should be burnt in Lohri fire
Happiness will always be in your life
Happy Lohri 2021

Sweet words, sweet tongue, this sweet dish
I wish you this auspicious message of Lohri
Happy Lohri 2021

Sesame found in sweet jaggery
Kite and heart blossomed
Happy Lohri 2021

Joy of heart and love of loved ones
Happy Lohri festival to you
Happy Lohri 2021

Keeping all the evidence and witnesses in mind, the reader of the message
Happy Lohri is said to be happy for a lifetime
Happy Lohri 2021

Sugarcane de rasa es chinni di sack
Turned usurp
Rall mill all Khaiya til de naal
Teee, eighty happiness filled Lohri
Happy Lohri 2021

We live in your heart
That is why every sorrow is tolerated
No one should tell us before
That’s why first of all you are called Happy Lohri…
Happy Lohri 2021

Bhangade Di Wari has come again
Celebrate Lohri, prepare
Come on call
Sing the beautiful monkey
Lohri Di Aap Te Te Apade Congratulations to the whole family
Happy Lohri 2021


Where did the word Lohri come from?
People have different beliefs about the word Lohri. Many believe that the word Lohri originated from ‘Loi (wife of Saint Kabir), but many believe it to have originated from Tilodi, which later became Lohri. At the same time, some people believe that the word originated from ‘Loh’, a tool used to make chapati.


What is the importance of fire?
It is believed that the fire is burnt in memory of Sati, daughter of King Daksha, on the day of Lohri. According to legend, once King Daksha performed a yajna and did not invite his son-in-law Shiva and daughter Sati in it. Disappointed with this, Sati went to her father to get an answer as to why he did not send Shiva to the Yagya. On this matter, King Daksha strongly condemned Sati and Lord Shiva. Sati cried a lot, she was not seen insulting her husband and consumed herself in the same yagna. Hearing the news of Sati’s death, Lord Shiva himself produced Veerabhadra and caused the demolition of the yagya through him. At the same time, some people believe that this fire is lit on the last night of Pus and the first morning of Magh to reduce the harsh cold.


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