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Holi Festival of Colours in India

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Andrea Cruz

on 1 October 2014

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Holi Festival of Colours in India
The colourful festival of Holi is
celebrated by different names in
this vast and culturally diverse country.
Colours are the most joyous part of the Holi celebrations. They add life and vitality to the festival making it most vibrant of all.

Significance of Different Colors
Red - Purity
Green - Vitality
Blue - Calm and sedateness
Yellow - Pious feeling

Holi Knows No Bars
When it comes to Holi, hair are let loose and no restrictions hold. People open up themselves and enjoy the festival to the hilt. For, the rule of the day is, 'Bura na mano Holi hai'. (please don't take any offence for it is Holi).


The sight of Holi is so beautiful to watch; as the entire atmosphere gets filled with the clouds of colours.
The energy of the people as they move out in groups, playing dholaks, singing songs in their highest possible pitch; completly drenched in colours but more so in the spirit of Holi.

Significance of Holi
In spite of being such a colourful festival, there are various aspects of Holi which makes it so significant for our lives. Ranging from socio-cultural, religious to biological there is every reason why we must heartily enjoy the festival and cherish the reasons for its celebrations.


• Retreived on 19/09/14, http://splittoursblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/colors-holi.png
• Retreived on 19/09/14, http://www.hichinese.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/holi-color-festival.jpg
• Retreived on 21/09/14, http://greatatmosphere.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/holi-festival-of-colours-boltons-india_2013.jpg
• Retreived on 19/09/14, http://cdn.theatlantic.com/static/infocus/holi031714/s_h01_79076081.jpg
• Retreived on 21/09/14, http://www.euroalter.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Holi-One.jpg
• Retreived on 21/09/14, http://sonurai.com/bundles/arwallpaper/img/bingwallpaper/HoliHands_EN-US4634719456.jpg
• Society for the Confluence of Festivals in India (SCFI), Retreived on 21/09/14, http://www.holifestival.org/holi-colours.html
Holi Let the colors shower joy (2014) September19 2014 from: http://www.holifestival.org/holi-songs.html

The colorful festival of Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which comes in February end or early March. Holi Festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the triumph of good over bad. On this day, people hug and wish each other "Happy Holi".

In conclusion the Holi Festival is the greatest celebration of colors in all the cities, and all the people that went said positive comments and good experiences about this celebration, you only need a white shirt and a good attitude and positivity. Are u attracted to this festival? You would attend?
This is how we celebrate Holi Festival...
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