Holi Festival 2020

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Hello everyone, welcome you all in my new post, where I will be sharing happy Holi images. Images are the best way to convey your message to your loved one.

Holi the much-awaited fun festival is just around the corner blooming flowers in the combination of bright sunshine and pleasant weather is a perfect blend to celebrate Holi.

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This festival comes once in a year, so we start wishing everyone by sending happy Holi images before a few days ago. As Holi approaches, we can see much more activity starting on our social accounts in the form of Holi Image.

Many creators, who create Holi images for Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and other social media platforms. So let’s check a few best-quality Holi images;

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This festival brings colours of fun and welcomes the wonderful spring. Holi is an ancient Hindu religious festival celebrated in the month of Phalguna. It is celebrated for two days starting on the Poornima that is full moon day in the month of Phalguni falling between the end of February and the middle of March.

On Holi, people meet and hug and celebrate the festival of Holi by applying colour to each other.  Religious and Fagun songs are also sung during this time.  On this day, people eat specially made gujhiya, papad, halwa, etc.  Holika Dahan is done a day before Rang Holi.

The festival of Holi is considered a symbol of the victory of good over evil. We should also abandon our evils and adopt good.

How Holi is Celebrated?

People start preparing for Holi festival many days in advance, colourful Gulal comes to sell new clothes and sweets in the markets.  There is a different beauty in the markets.

 Holi festival lasts for 2 days Holika Dahan is done on the first day of Holi at dusk.  After Holika Dahan, everyone embraces each other and wishes Holi and distributes sweets throughout the locality.

The second day of Holi is known as Dhulandi, on this day all the people paint each other with colourful colours.  And play with colours all day long.

On this day people have a lot of fun and eat new sweet. Before holy people start gathering wooden logs, hay and cow dung for the lighting of the bonfire. On the eve of Holi people gathered and do religious rituals in front of bonfire known as holy God.

The next day of Holi, people play with colours and enjoy to the fullest by pouring buckets of water, spraying the coloured water by pitch curries.

Importance of Holi

The Holi festival signifies the victory of good over evil Holi is known as the day to get rid of all of her wrong deeds which we have done in the past and pray that our internal evil is born with that bonfire.

This ritual symbolizes the victory of good over evil and also the victory of true devotee though the rituals may vary little from place to place the overall spirit of the festival remains the same.

Holi is a cordial festival in which people forget the age-old rivalry fight and embrace each other, hence this festival is also called a symbol of friendship.  On this day, no one sees anything high and low in society, everyone embraces each other and celebrate the festival of Holi.

Mythological story behind Holi

Once upon a time, an evil king ruled in India. He thought he was the most powerful king of the world. he wanted everyone to pray to him, a brave little boy named Prahlada was afraid of the king tried to scare her Lodge with mean words but it did not work prelate still refused to pray to him. The King got very angry he thought of a way too hard for a lot what a mean King.

The King’s sister Holika had a magical power she could sit in the fire without getting hurt. The King wants Prahlada to sit on Holika’s lap in the fire. The King thought the fire would hurt burn odd but not Holika but when they sat in the fire a magical thing happened the fire did not hurt her not at all instead holy God disappeared in the fire because Prahlada was such a nice boy. the evil King and his sister could not hurt him at all.

We celebrate Holi to show that good always wins over evil a long time ago people celebrated Holi by burning a bonfire so you’d make a huge fire they put burned wood or ash on their foreheads later on they started using coloured powder instead of ash to make it more fun.

Interesting Facts about Holi:

Fact Number 1:

Holi is not just a day where you throw coloured powder at your friends. It is the time when the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and the world is coming back to life. also on this day, people try to rejoin their broken relationship.

Fact Number 2:

According to a post by the ODYSSEY, many sports like “the colour run” and “colour me rad” are inspired by HOLI

Fact Number 3:

As many people know HOLI has roots in Hinduism, but there is no barrier to celebrate it. any individual from any part of the world can celebrate the festival of colour.

Fact Number 4:

The origins of HOLI came from the story of Prahlad and his father Hiranyakashyap, according to this famous legend Hiranyakashyap try to kill his son Prahlad because he worships lord VISHNU and didn’t accept his father as GOD.

  Fact Number 5:

According to the data from HOLI official websites, more than 20 countries celebrate HOLI, including many Islamic countries like UAE, Pakistan, Malaysia and many others.

Fact Number 6:

According to the Georgian calendar HOLI is celebrated between the end of February and the middle of March but according to the Hindu Calendar, it is celebrated on the last full moon day also known as Phalguna Purnima.

  Fact Number 7:

In India and Nepal, HOLI is celebrated for two days, The first day is known as Holika Dahan or Chhoti Holi and the second as Rangwali Holi or Dhulandi.

Fact Number 8:

Approx 70% of the dry colour is made from natural things like Indigo plant, Turmeric, Beetroot, Dried tea leaves, Gooseberry and many other regular things.

Fact Number 9:

According to an article on HOLI by Wikipedia, HOLI is not only famous for colourful celebration it is also famous for different types of tasty food which have been cooked all over India. More than 1000’s typing of serving made during HOLI season.

Fact Number 10:

The soul purpose of celebrating the colour festival Holi is spread LOVE and live a peaceful & colourful life.

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