The overabundance of lithium in low-mass red giants has been a topic of interest for over four decades. Low-mass stars are expected to destroy lithium gradually throughout their lifetimes. Against this expectation, about 1 % of red giants in the Galaxy show anomalously large Li which, in the literature, are known as lithium-rich giants. The advent of large-scale stellar surveys (LAMOST, GALAH, Kepler, Gaia) coupled with high-resolution spectra enabled to find important clues about Li enhancement origin in red giants. These new studies suggest Li enhancement is mostly associated with the red clump region, post-He-flash. Here, we will describe our recent results along with current updates in the field.