Holi, the festival of colours is celebrated at the approach of vernal equinox. It comes on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalguna (Phalguna Purnima) and marks the end of winter season. As per the Hindu Calendar Holi date varies in Gregorian calendar and usually falls in March and sometimes in late February. It is the first major Hindu festival in Gregorian calendar and for some believers beginning of New Year too.
Holi is also known as festival of love. Hindus believe it is a time to say farewell to winter and to enjoy spring’s lush colours. By tradition it was identified as a festival that celebrated agriculture and commemorated good harvests. The mythologies behind Holi signifies the victory of good over evil, and the day is observed as a time to rid oneself from past errors, end conflicts, forget, forgive and to renew ruptured relationships.
The celebrations start on the night before Holi with Holika bonfire. The next morning, people engage in frolic with colours where they play, chase and colour each other with dry powder and coloured water. They celebrate in groups singing and dancing, and it occurs everywhere viz. streets, parks, outside temples and buildings.
Celebrating the colour of Holi with YesMyWish – Holi – is marked with much fun and fervor throughout the country and other parts of the world. Celebrating the triumph of ‘good’ over ‘bad’, this colorful festival falls on Phalgun Purnima, which falls at the end of February or in early March, as per the Georgian calendar. Songs, water balloons and bright colors are the major highlights of this vivid and lively festival. Bright colored powders, known as ‘Gulal’ are smeared on everyone’s faces accompanied by splashing of colored water. Holi is a special time of year to remember those who are close to our hearts with splashing colors!
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