Colours of Holi

Happy Holi


Festival of Colours Holi (होली) is an Indian Hindu sub-festival, which comes from the Indian subcontinent. It is celebrated mainly in India and Nepal but has spread through the Indian subcontinent through the diaspora Indians in other regions of Asia and the Western world. Holi is known as "festival of colours" or "festival of colours" or "festival of love" of Indian "spring".

The festival is a celebration day for the arrival of spring, end of winter, blossoming love and meeting others, play and laugh, forget and forgive and repair broken relationships. The festivals also celebrate the beginning of a good spring harvest season. 


Holi starts from the evening of Purnima (full moon day) falling in the Vikram Samvat Hindu Calendar month of Phalgun and runs for one night and one day, which falls between the end of February and mid-March. On the first evening, Holika (burning of demon Holika) is known as combustion or Small Holi, and the next day Holi is known as Holi, Painted Holi, Dhulati, Dhulandi or Phagava.

Holi starts with Holika the day before Holi, where people gather, do religious rituals in front of the bonfire, and pray that their inner evil should be destroyed, just as the Holika, the monster Sister of King Hiranyakashipu was killed in the fire. The next morning the colour is celebrated as Holi.


Holi - a free festival of colours, where people dampen each other with colours and feed each other to sweets. Water guns and balloons filled with water are also used to play and colour each other. Any and everyone is fair play, friend or stranger, rich or poor, man or woman, child and elderly. 

Holi - conflicts with colours and battles are out of roads, open parks, temples and buildings. Groups carry drums and other musical instruments, go from one place to another, sing and dance. People go to meet families, friends and enemies and throw colourful powder on each other, laugh and gossip, then share Holi's recipes, food and drink.

Let the Colours of Holi unfold the message of peace and happiness

The main idea behind Holi festival Should we live in harmony Instead of nature, trying to destroy it and Make him our slave. Holi is the perfect time to break the ice Renew relationships and link yourself with them That you wanted to do with a little colour. May this colourful and auspicious occasion Holi gives you extra power Desires in dreams and reality Wish you a very Happy Holi.