Punjabi Club President
By Satpreet Kaur
Manpreet Braich and Vice
President Navdip Samra,
dressed in traditional
, Courier Staff Writer
Dancing, singing and laughing the night away were some adjectives describing students this year at Logan's annual Lohri Celebration.
Last Friday evening, the Logan community held a special event open to all in the tradition of Lohri, a Punjabi holiday celebrating the end of winter. Logan's Punjabi Club organized and delivered an outstanding event.
One of the most iconic ways to celebrate this holiday is by the lighting of a bonfire, where everyone gathers around and dances in traditional Punjabi Folk style (Bhangra and Giddha). A small wood fire was ignited in Colt Court, setting the mood for the entire evening.
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