Holi The Color Festival of India :

Holi Festival is a grand occasion for Hindu religion which is celebrated in all parts of the country. It is known as a colorful festival. This festival observes on the purnima in the month of Phalgun. It has ancient roots and importance. It symbolizes a big victory of good over the bad. The festival increases a brotherhood relation among the people. It fills the social gaps and it also generates a good and lovable relationships.

Facts Related Holi Festival In India:

Bollywood celebrates Holi

Bollywood Holi

Holi is an antique festival of the India. It was called as a Holika. Scholars supposed that it was celebrated by Aryans and mostly it was observe in the eastern part of the country. Holi festival was present many centuries before (more…)

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Holi is the festival of joy and colours. on the second day people sprinkle coloured water, colours on each other. that colour is also known as gulal or abeer. sometimes it was made by the leaf of different flowers. people apply that coloured powder on the faces of each other and they have fun. Boys and girls, men and women, old and young every one looks happy on this day. The people believe that the bright colors represent energy, life, and joy in there life.

Holi is a most colorful day for all of India people. holi is a biggest festival of colours and this holi festival is celebrated across the India. holi festival comes at end of the spring season. holi festival can be celebrated every year in the month of march.

holi is celebrated for two days. the first day is known as holi and the second day it is named as dhurely or dhulandi In India. people celebrate this second day very much in there life. it is the festival of colour and sweets. housewifes and women make sweets and different special recipes at home for there family. people go to each other and wish them for that holi festival.

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