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”Holi ke din dil khil jate hai , rango mein rang mil jate hai”

Hello everybody, and happy holiiiiiiiii….

Holi?? What is this??

If you have this question in your mind, so relax and   get ready for the most colorful festival of the year called as “Holi”;. 929 more words

The Importance Of Bonfire On The Eve Of Holi By Vaikundarajan

Holika Dahan or the lighting of bonfire takes place on the eve of Holi. This day is popularly known as ‘Chhoti Holi’ or the ‘Small Holi’. 247 more words


Could Holika Dahan damage the environment?

At a bus stop across from the Nashik shrine Sai Baba of Shirdi, a fire tree reminded me of Australia. The deciduous Red Silk Silk cotton tree, … 906 more words

Tribal India

Setting the mood for Holi

Appeal to abstain from using chemical colours

Marwari women performing pooja near the arrangements made for ‘Holika dahan’ at RK Beach in Visakhapatnam on Sunday. —Photo: K.R. 164 more words


Holi Mubarakh Ho!

The Geeta Ashram Youth would like to wish everyone a very, very HAPPY HOLI!!! :) :) :)

Here’s how we celebrated at Geeta Ashram PJ! 40 more words

Happy Holi!!!!!!!

Holi Festival

One of the major festivals of India, Holi is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar. 1,023 more words

Holi Festival

Holi (Phalgun Purnima) -Festival of Colors

Holi (Sanskrit: होली) is a festival of colors celebrated throughout the world among Hindus. The greater occasion is expressed by the vibrant use of colors used to smear each other for fun. 640 more words

Travel NEWS

lonetrekker reblogged this on Adventure Travel Blog and commented:

Holi -The festival of Colors is widely celebrated in Nepal and India among the Hindus. Come March 16, people will be smeared with colors.