Lohri Celebrations (Bonfire, Bhangra and More)

Market | English, Hindi | 2hrs

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This Punjabi festival "Lohri" has more to it than just rewri and groundnuts going into the bonfire.

As anyone who has ever celebrated the festival in full fervour around the bonfire would tell you--gur rewri, peanuts, and popcorns are the three edibles associated with this festival. Besides these, in Punjab's villages, it is a tradition to eat gajjak, Sarson da saag and Makki di roti on the day of Lohri. It is also traditional to eat 'til rice'--sweet rice made with jaggery (Gur) and sesame seeds.

Come over to Lahe Lahe Halli for some community dancing, Bhangra, bonfire, and authentic Punjabi food!


The Lohri experience is going to be as authentic as it can get as we have Amritpal who is from Amritsar teaching us Bhangra.

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  • Age Limit: 18+
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  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • We recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes prior at the venue to pick up your physical tickets.
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