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The festival of Lohri falls in the month of Poh and is dated as per the solar part of the lunisolar Punjabi calendar. It is celebrated before the festival of Maghi. The midwinter celebration is mainly observed in North India, especially in Punjab, Haryana, Jammu, and Himachal Pradesh by the Dogra, Punjabi, Haryanavi, and Himachali communities. The celebration of Lohri begins with families coming together and rejoicing in the new harvest by setting up a sacred bonfire. The celebratory mainstays are:
- Savouring the festive food, which is sarson da saag with makkey di roti, jaggery, gajak, radish, and ground nuts.
- Dancing to the beats of dhol and performing gidda or bhangra.
- In the bright-hued Lohri suits, or lehengas.
- Collecting gifts and lots of blessings from loved ones.
Sharara has been a favourite choice as a Lohri dress for ladies since time immemorial. After all, what is not to love about the silhouette? The flowy sharara pants with flattering short kurtas enhance the dressing appeal of a woman. Shararas, by default, are a fail-proof ensemble that manages to secure a wow from the ton! Our spread of dresses for the Lohri celebration, featuring dainty Sharara suit sets with ornate embroidery and time-honoured print tales, awaits your attention. Scroll down to explore.
Bring your sartorial A-game to the vibrant revelry in our sublime pink sharara set, woven in palatial tissue weave. One of the dreamiest picks from our Lohri outfit ideas, this delicate ensemble truly embraces the celebratory spirit.
Witness the most enchanting melange of time-honored weaves come alive in this rust ensemble from our Lohri outfit ideas. Crafted intricately in organza, chanderi, and Banarasi weaves, this self-embroidered sharara ensemble is the dream pick for the newlyweds at their first festivity with the new family.