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Wishing You A Colorful Day A Colorful Life. Color Your Mind With Positivism & Happiness.

Happy Holi Festival.

Sujoy Basu

Holi is a fiesta of colors and a feast of sweets. It is a gala time of the year to meet our near and dear ones, who are close to our hearts with splashing colors. This Happy Holi Wish makes your life filled with the colors of infinite humanity and immense love. Adore this festival by sharing sweets of love & peace with your beloveds. Deep down in your mind and in your heart fill the color of affection & respect for all.

Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as a second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali.

Holi is also known as the Festival of Colors. Indian Holi Festival is a once-a-year event renowned for fun and ubiquitous color powder. It is one of the best occasions to experience India at its happiest. Holi is not only a festival to just throw and play with colors, but it also a day to remember our loved ones, and spend quality time with them. To remove the trigger of animosity and anger from your lives this Holi 2020.

The festival of colors & love, rightly named Holi falls in the month of March, the day after full moon every year. On the eve of Holi, a Holika bonfire is lit to remind us of the victory of good over evil. History tells us that Lord Vishnu appeared as half-man, half-lion and killed Hiranyakashyap at dusk. Lord Vishnu saved his follower Prahlada from pyre while Prahlada’s evil aunt Holika burned.

In the region of Mathura & Vrindavan, where the Hindu deity Lord Krishna grew up, the festival of love is celebrated until rangpanchmi in remembrance of the holy love of Radha for Krishna.  The festival is celebrated with flowers, colors, Gulal and the spread of sweets among all the people of the region.

Now, this festival is celebrated worldwide and people dance on the tunes of Bollywood songs & throw colors & Gulal on each other. The only thing which matters is the way in which you celebrate. Some throw water with pichkari, some throwing water colored balloons, and come play with flowers. The style may differ but the feelings for the festival are the same for all.

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