Whether it's a boy or a girl, it's a baby and the end of winter season. Lohri is a time to harvest the greens from fields, light up bonfires, sing and dance.
Let's be real... it's just an excuse for Punjabis to celebrate!
"The festival of Lohri, which is celebrated primarily by Sikhs and Hindus all across the India, marks the end of winter season and is traditionally believed to welcome the sun to the northern hemisphere. Observed a night before Makar Sankranti, this occasion involves a Puja Parikrama around the bonfire with prasad" - indianexpress.com
We are so excited about our hand crafted lohri gift box for your loved ones. This gift box comes with an assortment of sesame covered snacks, gourmet peanuts, and "gajak" bites. The food safe containers are covered with colourful Indian brocade fabrics in a blue lattice pattern sturdy gift box finished with a bow.
Box dimensions: 8 x 8 x 3"
Jar dimensions: 4 x 4"
Options: swap one of the jars for a soy candle.