Holi: The Vibrancy of colours and called as a “Festival of LOVE”

Holi, the festival of colours marks the commencement of spring season in India after the winter season. It is celebrated with utmost joy throughout the country. Similar to many other festivals in India, this festival also symbolizes the victory of good over evil in India. People of all age groups with their faces and clothes smeared with different colours of ‘Gulal’ celebrate the festival with great enthusiasm and fervour. The festival is generally celebrated on Phalgun Purnima (February – March) and people greet each other by rubbing colours on each other’s body or face by saying ‘Bura Na Maano Holi Hai’.

The vibrancy of colours is something that brings in a lot of positivity in our lives and Holi is the festival of colours is actually a day worth rejoicing. Holi is a famous Hindu festival that is celebrated in every part of India with utmost joy and enthusiasm. The ritual starts by lighting up the bonfire one day before the day of Holi and this process symbolizes the triumph of good over the bad. On the day of Holi people play with colours with their friends and families and in the evening they show love and respect to their close ones with Abeer.

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