Lohri, also known as the “fire of the gods”, is a bonfire sacred to the Hindu god Shiva. Held in honor of the deity on an annual basis, the bonfire typically emits a loud and exhaling sound, AROUND TWENTY TIMES A DAY. The flaming pyre represents a universal life-force and is used to represent social and religious brotherhood.
Lohri Bonfire Images
Lohri Bonfire Images show a variety of stereotypes and objects associated with the traditional Hindu festival of Lohri. While some have found the images to be offensive, others find them to be beautiful and reflective of Hindu culture.