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Lohri 2023: 8 traditional foods to enjoy on Lohri

Published on Jan 11, 2023 08:59 PM IST
  • Some of the traditional foods that are consumed on Lohri include sarson ka saag, makki ki roti, gajak, til-gur laddoos, gajrela, popcorns, peanuts, rewri, and gur. These foods are not only delicious but also have significance in the festival.
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As the festival of Lohri approaches, people all over India are gearing up to celebrate the harvest festival with traditional foods and festivities. Lohri is celebrated on the 13th of January every year and marks the end of the winter season. This year, Lohri will be celebrated on January 13th, 2023.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 11, 2023 08:59 PM IST

As the festival of Lohri approaches, people all over India are gearing up to celebrate the harvest festival with traditional foods and festivities. Lohri is celebrated on the 13th of January every year and marks the end of the winter season. This year, Lohri will be celebrated on January 13th, 2023.(Unsplash)

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The festival of Lohri is a celebration of the harvest season and is celebrated with much fanfare across the country. People gather around a bonfire, perform traditional folk songs and dances, and exchange gifts and sweets. Along with this, the festival is also marked by the consumption of traditional foods that are served during the celebrations. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 11, 2023 08:59 PM IST

The festival of Lohri is a celebration of the harvest season and is celebrated with much fanfare across the country. People gather around a bonfire, perform traditional folk songs and dances, and exchange gifts and sweets. Along with this, the festival is also marked by the consumption of traditional foods that are served during the celebrations. (Unsplash)

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Some of the traditional foods that are consumed on Lohri include sarson ka saag, makki ki roti, gajak, til-gur laddoos, gajrela, popcorns, peanuts, rewri, and gur. These foods are not only delicious but also have significance in the festival. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 11, 2023 08:59 PM IST

Some of the traditional foods that are consumed on Lohri include sarson ka saag, makki ki roti, gajak, til-gur laddoos, gajrela, popcorns, peanuts, rewri, and gur. These foods are not only delicious but also have significance in the festival. (Unsplash)

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Sarson ka saag is a traditional Punjabi dish made with mustard leaves and spices. It is usually served with makki ki roti, which is made with corn flour.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sarson ka saag is a traditional Punjabi dish made with mustard leaves and spices. It is usually served with makki ki roti, which is made with corn flour.  (Unsplash)

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Gajak is a type of brittle made with sesame seeds, jaggery, and peanuts.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Gajak is a type of brittle made with sesame seeds, jaggery, and peanuts.  (Unsplash)

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Til-gur laddoos are made with sesame seeds, jaggery, and peanuts.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Til-gur laddoos are made with sesame seeds, jaggery, and peanuts.  (Unsplash)

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Gajrela is a sweet dish made with carrots, milk, and sugar.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Gajrela is a sweet dish made with carrots, milk, and sugar.  (Unsplash)

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Popcorns are a favorite snack of the festival and are served with a variety of toppings.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Popcorns are a favorite snack of the festival and are served with a variety of toppings.  (Unsplash)

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Peanuts are also a popular snack and are served roasted or boiled.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Peanuts are also a popular snack and are served roasted or boiled.  (Unsplash)

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Rewri is a type of sweet made with jaggery and sesame seeds.  (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Rewri is a type of sweet made with jaggery and sesame seeds.  (Unsplash)

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Gur, or jaggery, is an essential part of the celebrations and is served in various forms. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 11, 2023 08:59 PM IST

Gur, or jaggery, is an essential part of the celebrations and is served in various forms. (Unsplash)

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