Why and How Holi is Celebrated?

What is Holi?

Holi is the festival of colors; it is one of the famous and colorful festivals India, Holi is celebrated with a lot of fervor across the country. A day before Holi, people make huge Holika bonfires and sing and dance around it. On the day of Holi, people go to each other homes and apply dry and wet colors of multiple hues to each other, with some carrying water guns and colored water-filled balloons. People prepare sweets and lots of Dishes to serve whoever comes to their home.

Holika: – Holika was a demon who died in the bonfire.

Holika which the intention to kill prince Prahlad set on fire with the prince but regardless of the fact Holika was immune to the fire she got burned and prince Prahlad survived

Why is Holi celebrated?

It is celebrated to enjoy the death of demon Holika and it signifies the victory of good over evil.

What is the Significance of celebrating Holi?

Holi signifies the victory of good (Prince Prahlad) over evil (Holika) and the arrival of spring.

Holika which the intention to kill prince Prahlad set on fire with the prince but regardless of the fact Holika was immune to the fire she got burned and prince Prahlad survived

What are the Key attractions of Diwali festival?

All the street in India will be scattered with colors and water, Holika bonfire, playing with colors, and bhang thandai (A solution prepared by the tree of weed).

You can feel the zeal of enjoyment in any street of India on the day of Holi

When is Holi celebrated?

On the day of the Full moon (Purnima) of the Phalgun month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to the month of March of the Gregorian calendar?

Where is Holi celebrated?

Almost in every state of the country (INDIA); most vibrant celebrations can be seen in North Indian states.

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