People are invited in the celebration and seating will be on first come first basis," a spokesperson from Epicentre told this citizen journalist .
Every year not just in Gurgaon but in the whole of North India Lohri is celebrated with great enjoyment, and with traditional folk songs.
According to folk lore, in ancient Punjab, Lohri was celebrated on the eve of winter solstice day. It is for this reason that people believe that Lohri night is meant to be the longest night of the year, and on the day after Lohri, the lenght of the day starts increasing and it gradually becomes warmer.
People celebrate lohri having fire camp in the night with people enjoying, dancing and playing around fire and singing folk songs.
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