Int’l students commemorate in Punjabi attire & fly kites
Ludhiana, January 12, 2018: ‘Dhiyan di Lohri’ was celebrated at CT University with great fervour. The staff and students gathered together to enjoy the bonfire. International students were dressed up in traditional attire and celebrated the event with Punjabi traditional style and enjoyed the festival by dancing and flying kites.
Dedicating this event to women, CT University’s female students and staff danced together and looked cheerful in traditional attires. The festival was dedicated to the importance of women in society.
Lilian Catherine, a student of B. Pharmacy said, “This is my first time that I celebrated Lohri. My Indian friends told me about this festival and dolled me up in traditional style. I felt good in Punjabi attire. We danced around the bonfire.”
Pro VC Dr. Harsh Sadawarti said, “I wish one and all a very Happy Lohri from CT University. This festival in CTU has come up with a message of saving and protecting the females in the society. Apart from this, hundreds of students and staff enjoyed kite flying. The staff and students danced and had a gala time.”
Chancellor S. Charanjeet Singh Channi, Managing Director Mr. Manbir Singh and Vice Chancellor Mr. Harpreet Singh also graced the occasion with their presence.