What Is Lohri And Why Do We Celebrate This Festival?

Lohri

Lohri is a popular Punjabi winter folk festival that is not only celebrated in the Punjab region but also in most parts of north India nowadays. It is believed that Lohri commemorates the passing of the winter solstice. People gather around bonfires to celebrate the end of the winter. This festival is the opposite of Diwali as, in Diwali, people rather visit each other’s homes to exchange sweets, but in Lohri people gather at one place, mainly a common bonfire surrounded with chairs, and exchange sweets with each other. The…

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Centre to propose legislation in order to tackle Delhi’s rising air pollution

Delhi Air Pollution

To handle the annual problem of Delhi’s air pollution, the Central Government may soon form a permanent body that will manage, assess, and tackle the capital’s degrading air quality. Forwarding notification to the Supreme Court, the legislation will be soon passed by the government. As a result, The Supreme Court has suspended it’s the order of 16th October that formed a one-man committee of retired Justice Madan Lokur. The apex court will decide further alterations according to the submission of the Central Government and then will layout the aim, work…

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