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Happy Holi Celebration 2018

 

Holi is the most popular Hinduism religious festival celebrated in the India to say good by to Winter and welcome Spring season, so called “Festival of Colors”. This event is celebrated as per the Hindu calendar. This event was came into existence and celebrated initially in the 7th century Sansakrit play called “Ratnavali”.

 

 

How holi looks Today & why india Celebrate!

First question comes in our mind, who do we celebrate holi in india or why india celebrate holi? The answer is that it the holi festival of the Hindus, expressed the beauty of the spring arrival and Hindus celebrate it with full zest and zeal by throwing colored water, colored powder, flowers with each other by dancing and smiling. Friends and family members meet visit home and hotels, restaurants to decorate this event with love and happiness. Earlier by this festival attach with the legend of Holika (was a hindu) on believes he is ruler of the universe.

 

 

Love Story Behind Holi Festival

Holika Dahan oftenly celebrated this event by lighting and bonfire on the night before start of this event day. Then on the holi day, hindus collect the ashes and smear on the other bodies for fun due to this people become colorful.

 

Later on, with the passage of time the tradition of throwing color powder is originated from the love story of Radha & Krishna. Karishna was the son of Radha who was his mother. To make life of son’s with happiness, his mother suggested to do this event by colors. They believed that the Holi festival create a love between the Hinduism.

 

 

Holi in India is celebrated with height of passion even most of the celebrities arranged live updates of Holi and perform function in the audience and celebrate. Live concerts have arranged on this event and telecast on the TV.

 

Holi is also celebrated in the most of the Europe countries across the world. People enjoy this event with love and forgiveness throwing color water, powder through guns, balloons.

 

 

 

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