Lohri is a popular Punjabi folk festival which is celebrated to mark the end of winter season. It is celebrated the night before the Makar Sakranti, also known as Maagi. People celebrate it gathering around a bonfire and eat Gajak, Groundnuts and Jaggery. They sing and dance to the beat of Dhol. This festival also holds great importance for farmers.
In the school, Lohri was celebrated with a lot of exuberance and fanfare. The mood of the school was upbeat and the students were totally absorbed in the festive spirit of the festival. Principal Mrs. Bindu Bhalla greeted the students and encouraged them to value their cultural heritage. A colourful programme was held on this occasion in which tiny tots of the school danced on Punjabi Bolliyaan and Punjabi Folk Songs.
The students and teachers sang songs immersed in rich cultural folklore of Punjab. Chairman Mr. Arvind Khosla and President Mr. Ajay Khosla extended their best wishes and made the students aware about the misuse of Chinese manjha.