All kinds of symmetries are present in nature. The same is true for one of the main building blocks of nature, namely solids, which exhibit different symmetries such as translation, reflection, inversion, chiral, etc. High-harmonic generation (HHG) from solids becomes a method of choice to probe solids' static and dynamic properties. In this direction, it is interesting to interrogate how different symmetries in solids and their breaking affect HHG. This talk will discuss how different symmetries-breaking manifest in the high-harmonic spectrum from solids and how the underlying electron dynamic is modifying. I will present few examples in this direction.