Festivals in India are not only the rituals to perform but they are explicitly associated with our legacy to celebrate togetherness. Lohri is the celebration of the arrival of longer days after the winter solstice. Many of us are not aware that the word Lohri comes from ‘Tilohri’ i.e. ‘til’ meaning sesame and ‘rorhi’ meaning jaggery/gur. Eventually, the festival was just referred to as Lohri. Presidians were taken in by air of festivity during Lohri Celebration. The virtual assembly started with a speech highlighting the importance of the festival of Lohri followed by a beautiful poem on the auspicious occasion. Also, the spirit of students was high when they tapped their happy feet on the beats of ‘Giddha—Bhangra’ and sang the traditional Lohri songs like ‘Sunder Mundriye.’ They were apprised of the significance of the festival.