Why do you celebrate Holi(Festival of colors)

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Holi Celebration

Holi festival is celebrated on the full moon day (Purnima) in the month of March Phalguna. Holi is a colorful day, not a day of the whole month. It’s feeling good. The festival of Holi is celebrated all over India, but it is celebrated more enthusiastically in North India. Nowadays it is a very famous meat with wine (Daru).

History of Holi

In Ancient history of India. There was a king Hiranyakashayap who observed God himself and wished that everybody should worship him like God. Prahalad son of Hiranyakashayap, he did not obey his father’s order, refused to worship him and Prahalad started worshipping Lord Vishnu. After that Prahalad was suffering from a lot of trouble from his father.

One day Hiranyakashayap made a plane with his sister Holika. Holika had a blessing that she has conquered the fire and her fire cannot be burnt. Hiranyakashayap ordered to Holika for sat on the altar of fire. Prahalad sat on the altar with his aunt(Bua) Holika and went to worship his lord. Then suddenly there was a fire and there was a voice in the air, which reminded her that if she misused her boon, she would burn to ashes and so it happened. Prahalad’s fire could not have been damaged.

People celebrate happiness that day as Holika Dahan and the next day they celebrate Holi with colours.


Now a days people behaves rudely in this festival so avoide these type of people who behaves like this . some point to noted in this festival.

  1. Holi is a festival of colors, but it is important to celebrate carefully, due to adulteration of colors may have to face loss, so it is considered with GULAL.
  2. Before eating any items made outside of the house to be alert of adulteration increasing in the festival.
  3. Do not drink, it is very important to avoid such things.

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