Holi is a vibrant, bouncing and multi-colored carnival of love, color, and fertility that takes place every year in February/March. Not only does it mark the official arrival of spring, but it also celebrates the lasting love between Lord Krishna and Radha.
It is an exclusive festival, the likes of which are possibly not found anywhere else in the world. An energetic yet colorful festival of the several myths, folklore, and divinities associated with it. Holi is manifested as much by sacred fever and devotion as it is by loud music, traditional dances and of course the forceful throwing of bright vermillion on friends and folks. Interestingly in Nepal, celebration day and method is different in Kathmandu and in Terai region. Holi is not just a riot of colors, but a significant consolidation of customs and devoutness. You must participate and enjoy during Holi if you want a real feel of this vibrant festival.
Nowadays everyone the world over has heard of Holi, the jolly and vivid Festival of Colors. What originated as a Hindu commemoration has gained global attention and is now celebrated around the world. But, the fact remains, undeniably nothing knocks rejoicing this colorful and truly remarkable celebration in its original home on the Indian subcontinent.
In an outstanding demonstration of the victory of virtuous over wicked, massive crowds adjoin a medley of rainbow-colored powders into the air, coating the whole world in an enchanted, shimmering radiance. The mood is sparkling and bubbly where the beams and amusement are definitely infectious.
10 reasons why you should celebrate Holi:
- Unfastened and discover your inner child
- Add pulsating color to a black and white world
- Rejoice the arrival of spring
- Celebrate love, passion, and harmony
- Entice your taste buds with magnificent festival food
- Demonstrate that colors really do speak all languages
- Laugh overwhelmingly as it is the best prescription
- Dance in the merry music and absorbing atmosphere
- Form memories with treasured ones
- Kick off your day with a blank canvas and transform it into a vivid work of art
The festival signifies the conquest of noble over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and pardon, and repair cracked relations.
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