Immersed in hues of love the colours of Holi speak of the love that people have for you in their hearts. Heavenly blue, sun-kissed yellow, propitious red, vibrant green, pretty pink and soothing purple – are what make Holi a bright and beautiful festival.
When is Holi Celebrated in 2019
Holika Dahan: 20th March 2019
Holi: 21st March 2019 (Colour Day)
Holi is the festival of colours and is fondly celebrated in India by her people on the last full moon day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar. This also marks the beginning of spring. The date usually falls in March, but at times the full moon happens to fall at the end of February.
Why is Holi Celebrated
Holi is celebrated for different reasons in different parts of the nation. Its significance varies according to the region or religion. There is an interesting belief behind each legend, and people celebrate that belief with the same respect each year.
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