When we say colors, it creates an energetic splash in our mind. We all know that we have a special celebration for colors, yes we call it as Holi the festival of colors, not only colors it is also known as the festival of love. Holi is celebrated usually in the month of February or March all over India, formerly Holi is the festival of Lord Krishna. Holi the festival of colors is celebrated for about 16 days in the Brag region of India, the birthplace of Krishna. In this year, Holi widely celebrated on 2nd March 2018(Friday), the exact date of the festival is determined by the Hindu calendar. As it is the time to celebrate, people of all age group play with the color powders and water balloons in a traditional manner.
Do you know?
- This festival is celebrated as the sign of “victory of God over evil“.
- It is a national festival celebrated across all the 28 states of India.
- It is two days festival, the first day is Holika Dahan and the second day is Rangwali Holi
- Actually, it denotes the passing of winter and beginning of Spring.