Tag: Holi Festival

HOLI 2018 – Let’s Get Drenched In Colors Of Love!

HOLI 2018 – Let’s Get Drenched In Colors Of Love!

Travel, Uncategorized
Happy Holi folks! So, the most colourful and playful festival is finally here. Beyond any doubt, we all love Holi. It's the time of year when thrill meter is at its peak. It's the time when you avoid certain lanes just so no one splashes a balloon full of colours on you. Getting tipsy in an array of colours together with friends and taking as many pictures as you like. There are colours all over the streets; gulaal, pichkaari, bhang and so much more brings a complete package of fun to us. Moreover, the aroma of special Holi delicacies draws us to the kitchen. The festival is not just a cultural extravaganza, but also a culinary one. But, do you think only Indians have such fun festivals, like Holi? Looks like we have inspired a whole lot of people to get messy with friends an...
Holi And Drugs – A Big No, Instead Enjoy With Colour Of Love And Hope!

Holi And Drugs – A Big No, Instead Enjoy With Colour Of Love And Hope!

Health & Fitness
Holi & Drugs- Big No No, Instead Enjoy With Colour of Love & Hope this holi. This year it is on Thursday, March 1 and into the evening of Friday, March 2 as people come together and celebrate the colorful festival. Enjoy With Colour Of Love And Hope! Despite this being a Hindu festival, people of all religions and cultures take part as people celebrate it universally. The main event is when people throw a handful of gulal - colored powder. This falls on the second day of the two-day festival, which this year is March 2, and comes after Holika Dahan. All castes, social divisions, and religious barriers come down on this festival, as people celebrate the religious festival universally, regardless of cultural and religious differences. During the festival, people say ‘Bura na
Festival Time: Why They Say “Bura Na Mano Holi Hain”?

Festival Time: Why They Say “Bura Na Mano Holi Hain”?

Entertainment, Lifestyle
Holi- The union of colours and camaraderie Finally, that time of the year has arrived when we celebrate the blossoming of nature and welcome spring. The warmth spreading after the cold and harsh winter is readily enjoyable to all. This is the moment when one of the most important festivals of India i.e, Holi commemoration takes place in different states of India. It is a festival of colours signifying human bonds of trust, friendship, love, and hope. Holi has many names throughout India such as Dol, Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Dhulandi, Vasant Utsav, and Phagwah. Also, a common mythological belief is that the victory of good over evil prevails on its celebration. It is the day when Lord Krishna and Radha played Holi together to celebrate their divine love. Now that tradition is being carried