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This is the time when all most everybody think that they are infected with Coronavirus or Delta virus or Omicron virus just because they have severe cough and cold.

Honestly, this is the time when all most everybody think that they are infected with Coronavirus or Delta virus or Omicron virus just because they have severe cough. Therefore, it is the need of the hour to cure cough at home using traditional home remedies.

So, some of the ways in which cough can be cured at home are as follow:

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Every year, January 15 is observed and celebrated as Indian Army Day. This year, India will be celebrating 74th Army Day.

Every year, January 15 is observed and celebrated as Indian Army Day. This year, India will be celebrating 74th Army Day.

Indian Army day is celebrated to honour the soldiers of the army, who have served the nation selflessly and set the greatest example of brotherhood and patriotism. It must be noted that this day is celebrated at all Army Command Headquarters.

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This year, Pongal will be celebrated with great zeal and zest from January 14 to January 17.

Pongal is a four-day festival of harvest celebrated in South India, especially Tamil Nadu. This year, Pongal will be celebrated with great zeal and zest from January 14 to January 17.

Interestingly, Pongal marks the beginning of Uttarayan, which is the sun's journey towards north, leading to the end of winter season. It must be noted that Pongal is celebrated just like other harvest festivals of India namely Lohri, Makar Sankranti, and Magh Bihu.

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A still from the film ‘Veer-Zaara’ where people are seen celebrating the festival of Lohri

Every year, the festival of Lohri is celebrated on January 13, which is a night before Makar Sankranti. Lohri is basically celebrated to commemorate the passing of the Winter Solstice and looks forward to longer days. The festival is primarily celebrated by the Sikh and Hindu communities in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent.

History and Significance of Lohri

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